Dynafit Gaia

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Description

I ski this boot every day, inbounds and out. With four buckles, a 110 flex and an alpine overlap cuff, they’re not too stiff or mushy. The rubber and plastic soles are interchangeable. I ski them with Dynafit bindings in the backcountry, and with an alpine DIN binding inbounds. The latter horrifies ski techs—and Dynafit cannot recommend for liability reasons—but I’ve been doing it for years, and it’s worth it for me to have rubber soles. The 102 last is narrow for an AT boot, but is wider than a traditional alpine boot. The thermoformable TFx liner fit perfectly out of the box. - Emily Stifler

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Description I ski this boot every day, inbounds and out. With four buckles, a 110 flex and an alpine overlap cuff, they’re not too stiff or mushy. The rubber and plastic soles are interchangeable. I ski them with Dynafit bindings in the backcountry, and with an alpine DIN binding inbounds. The latter horrifies ski techs—and Dynafit cannot recommend for liability reasons—but I’ve been doing it for years, and it’s worth it for me to have rubber soles. The 102 last is narrow for an AT boot, but is wider than a traditional alpine boot. The thermoformable TFx liner fit perfectly out of the box. - Emily Stifler
Manufacturer Dynafit
Style Alpine, AT
Gender Womens
Last 102
Flex 110
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