Skier's Choice Draft Picks
Round 5 – Boot Selection, AT/Sidecountry/Telemark, Pick 3Trekking uphill using Marker Dukes and regular alpine boots was mostly a slogfest due to the heavy weight. To get farther and use less effort, I knew I needed to cut weight, but I wanted to do so without sacrificing performance. The Dynafit Titan Ultralight was the fix. The boot maintains its downhill freeride performance and still maintains a light weight. With Dynafit’s versatile Triple Binding Sole technology, the Titan Ultralight can lock into either alpine or touring-binding systems.
|Description||The Titan Ultralight is designed to be the best all-around freeride touring boot on the planet. The lightest and the stiffest in its class, no compromises. The Titan Ultralight will become the new standard for super-stiff freeride touring boots yet light enough for the longest tours. The alpine overlap construction combined with micro-adjustable magnesium buckles allows for an unbelievable range of motion for walking, climbing and skinning.|
|Features||Triple Binding sole (Alpine-style-binding-compatibility • Shell/Cuff: High module Pebax • Heel Booster: Carbon Fiber • Four magnesium buckles + power strap • Alpine Overlap • Quick Step-In inserts • 12, 21-degree forward lean • 25-30.5 + 1/2 sizes • 1,75|