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Dynafit TLT7 Carbonio Ski Touring Boot Review

Posted on July 14 2016

A New Wave in Alpine Touring Boots the Dynafit Carbonio TLT7

The new things that the Dynafit TLT 7 Carbonio brings to the table are almost too many to list or to keep track of which is the biggest improvement.

  • Speed Nose
  • Master Step Tech Inserts
  • Beast Binding compatible with no additional attachment necessary
  • Ultra-lock 3.0 Buckle system
  • Under 1,000 grams
  • All Carbon Fiber and Grilamid

This boot is easier to get into and easier to get out of. It’s easier to step into your bindings and an easier boot to skin in thanks to the Speed Nose. It is a simple design in a lightweight package that you will be stoked to ski day-in, day-out, on longer tours and even as a great light-weight boot to get some uphill exercise at the resort.

Dynafit Carbonio Ski Tour Boot


Scarpa F1 Evo

Dynafit TLT 7 Carbonio

Atomic Backland Carbon Light

Price

$699

$999.95

$1,100

Quiver Slot

Daily Driver, Endurance Touring

Daily Driver, Endurance Touring, Ski Mountaineering

Endurance Touring, Resort Skinning, Training  

Fit

Wide Forefoot, Snug Heel Pocket

Slightly wider than TLT6

Low Volume, but entire boot is heat moldable.

Liner

Intuition Tongue

Dynafit Custom Light

Platinum Light, washable

Uphill

Strong

Strong

Strong

Downhill

Good

Good

Fair

Weight

1230 g

990 g (sz 27)

987 g (sz 27)

Forward Lean

20° & 22°

15° – 18°

15° & 17°

Cuff Articulation

62°

60°

74°

Flex

95

110

Soft Tongue 90           Stiff Tongue 100 

Buckles

1

2

2

Powerstrap

Yes, Rigid

No

Yes, 30mm Nylon

Binding Type

Tech Fit

Tech Fit

Tech Fit

Shell Material

HPA Carbon Core & Pebax

Carbon Fiber, Grilamid

Grilamid, Carbon Reinforced Polymer, Pebax

Sole

Vibram UFO Evo

POMOCA

Skywalk


Fit

When first trying on the TLT 7 it was such a relief to immediately notice that the boot was definitely higher volume than all previous iterations of the TLT boots. The liner certainly felt to be more comfortable as well; not as stiff/rigid as past Dynafit liners which should make fitting and all day comfort much easier to find.

Randy

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