Scarpa Terminator X

Priced: $668.95 - $669.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Scarpa Terminator X
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Color: Anthracite / Lime
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FEATURES of the Scarpa Men's Terminator X
SPECIFICATIONS of the Scarpa Men's Terminator X


  • Dynafit-style tech fittings allow you to ski telemark or randonee with the same pair of boots; be sure to read the owner's manual prior to using the boots with tech bindings
  • Intuition Performance Flex G liner is factory-molded to a men-specific last shape for a precise out-of-the-box fit
  • TLT fittings for compatibility with all 'Tech' bindings


  • 100% Pebax shell construction allows the boot to be lightweight without sacrificing stiffness or strength


  • Refined Torsion frame gives the boot maximum lateral stability


  • Scarpa Intuition® Performance Tour liners offer warmth, comfort and resistance to packing out, and can be remolded many times
  • 102mm last width comfortably wraps around the forefoot without constricting blood flow

Traction and Grip:

  • Vibram Evo sole has a smooth toe to pair with bindings and is lugged elsewhere for traction


  • Three buckles and a power strap securely anchor your foot in the boot
  • Buckles are lightweight and easy to use; power straps snug the boots around your calves


  • Dual-injection edge guards protect the bellows from sharp ski edges
  • Adjustable forward lean from 14 to 20 degrees
  • Compatible with NTN and TLT bindings, allowing you to ride the boot with a free or fixed heel
  • Pivoting tongues make getting in and out of the Scarpa Terminator X boots easier
  • New Telemark Norm-compatible
  • Triple-injection molding offers power for the descent; Pebax® plastic performs well across a wide range of temperatures, ensuring consistent flex, strength and stability
  • Ultralon Foam in the liner provides efficient energy transfer and is resistant to being packed out
  • Pivoting tongue makes for easy entry and exit

Take the duckbill boots and cable bindings to the swap; the Scarpa Terminator X Telemark Boot is the new boss in the backcountry. Compatible with NTN and TLT binding setups, the Terminator gives you the choice of riding with a free or fixed heel. The 100% Pebax shell keeps the weight down for long tours, and the Intuition Performance Flex G liner provides a precise out-of-the-box  fit.

REI (2014)

Designed for compatibility with Rottefella NTN Freedom touring bindings and Dynafit-style tech bindings, the Scarpa Terminator X boots have the power to drive modern backcountry skis down steep lines.


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The world's first telemark/AT compatible boot...100% power control, zero limits.
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Activity:Backcountry skiing
Binding System:NTN, TLT
Binding compatibility:NTN / tech
Boot design:All-mountain
Buckles:3 + Active Power Strap
Forefoot width:102 mm
Forward Lean:14° – 20°
Inner Boot:Intuition Performance Flex G
Liner fabric:Thermal-formable foam
Liner lacing system:None
Moldable liner:Custom moldable
Shell / Cuff / Tongue:100% Pebax
Sizes:(Mondo) 26.5 - 29.5
Ski/walk position:Yes
Sole:Vibram Evo
Weight:1/2 pair
Weight per pair:(Size 27) 3,260 grams
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Scarpa Terminator X Reviews:


I got this boot to match with the NTN Freedom binding. I'm coming off Scarpa T2 Eco's (older light green ones), so most of this review will be anchored to that example.
Range of motion: It is big, but it is biased forwards. The cuff doesn't feel like to goes as far back as my older T2 Eco's, but it goes way further forward. So, walking on flats (parking lots) I feel a bit restricted. When climbing & skiing, I don't notice.
Buckles: I like 'em, but I wish the ankle (middle) strap was shorter. New, out-o-the-box I am already feeling like there is no room left to really crank down the boots. Replacements (shorter) from scarpa are about $15ea. I may buy or cut/crimp the existing ones shorter. I also wish they would have left the bottom buckle reversed like on the T2.
Fit: the length is the same, but the boot "feels" a bit narrower near where the bottom buckle is riveted to the outside of the boot. I've had the liners baked, but there is still a pressure point that I can feel even when I put my old liners in the new boots. And, I added a 1/8" shim to the top of the heel pad in the shell to fill a gap that was there. Deliberate or not, it didn't feel right 'till I put the shim in.
Overall a good boot - but I might need to get it punched to fit right (the only one of 3 pairs of scarpa teles i've owned).

Ken Murray at on 04/17/2013

Very smooth flex compared to the T2 eco, no break in required. Superb liner is comfortable all day long.
I feel that this boot with NTN Freedom gives a more precise feel and a more predictable flex than the T2 + BD01 that I used before. Feels like a very good set up for varied North East conditions on K2 Sideshow (90mm waist) skis.

Jmh at on 12/18/2012