Scarpa TX Comp Telemark Boot

Priced: $698.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
Scarpa TX Comp Telemark Boot
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Color: Saffron / Anthracite
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Scarpa TX Comp Telemark Boot -
Wide, stiff, and powerful, the TX Comp Telemark Boot carves out it's position as Scarpa's new on-piste, NTN-compatible dominator. Armed to the nines with an Intuition Liner, Pebax shell, Vibram sole, and a burly Active power strap, this boot has garnered awards throughout the industry. Need all the power you can handle for your knee-dropping debauchery? Look towards the TX Comp Boot.

Fit:

  • Intuition Liner provides a supremely comfortable fit in a low-profile package

Features:

  • Pebax shell provides a consistent flex despite varying temperatures from deep winter storms to Spring shredding
  • New Telemark Norm (NTN) compatibility brings reduced lateral flex, easier walking and kick-stepping, and the elimination of uncomfortable tele-toe
  • Fixed Powerblock Forward Lean Mechanism locks cuff and shell together for increased responsiveness and control
  • Dual-inject Edge Guard protects bellows from ski edges during turns
  • Pivoting Tongue makes entry and exit fast and easy
  • 102mm last means ample room for wider feet
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I've said it before and I'll say it again: Hands down the best NTN boot there is. Considering all factors (bellows flex, lateral/torsional rigidity, bellows stiffness, quality product) this boot is the best offering for NTN.
And this is coming after I owned and had considerable use on Crispi Shivers, Garmont "False" Prophets, and finally Tx-Comps. I actually wish the bellows were a tad stiffer since there is no black springs option for NTN anymore.
The ski/walk mode is an added bonus as the older versions sucked when you would have one of the mini downhills while skinning and the boot stayed in the forward position. You can't go wrong with the tongue style liner as well. Absolutely loved it since the beginning; it really allows for you to get a more intimate fit than the wrap style. The new style instep buckle setup is pretty nice too. The only thing I would really want to see in this boot is tech fittings. Once that happens I'll be one happy NTN skier.
The only bad thing I can say of this set up is Scarpa dropping the booster strap that came standard with it as it really complemented the rest of the boot well. Picking one up would be worth the extra $30.
Seriously get this boot over any other boot available, it is the best overall option for those that want to charge and get everything out of their boot.

Alexander Romashko at Backcountry.com on 09/26/2011

This is the most comfortable ski boot I've ever ridden. I have put down over 115 days on these skiing five to seven full days a week during winter and spring. They provide a consistent and even flex, the appropriate amount of stiffness and a supportive liner. I like the fact that there are no tech fittings on these boots! My job requires me to walk and hike a ton in these boots, and they have stood up against that wear and tear well! The only issue I've had with these boots is losing one of the lowest buckles on a powder day. Bummer! On the other hand, I was able to test Scarpa's customer service. I shot them an email, received a response within two hours and had a replacement buckle the following week with no charge! All of the emailing took place on the chair rides up between runs within the same day! The loss of the buckle affected the performance of the boot very little and I was still able to work and free ski using these boots without it. These are my all time favorite tele boots! You will not regret this purchase.

Caveman at Backcountry.com on 10/02/2013

After years in the T-race I jumped into NTN and the TX-Comp. Haven't looked back - everything about NTN is better than 75mm.
Overall the setup is lighter than my 75mm gear, the boot is lighter, much more climb-able without the duckbill, and has all the power that the T-Race has.
Only bummer - no tech inserts. If they had tech inserts they'd be the only boot I'd ever need. Now I switch between the TX-pro for my tech needs and the TX-comp for my NTN skiing.

Adam Ü at Backcountry.com on 10/27/2013

I got these for my pops as a christmas gift.
Pros: He likes the placement of the ankle buckle as he has high arches. He is a mountain rescue OG and frequently has to skin to location and put on crampons for rescue. With these the transition is seamless and these boots are better for ice climbing than what he had previously.
Cons: Would have been 5 stars if they had tech fittings.

FLETCH at Backcountry.com on 01/09/2013