A state-of-the-art set up for freeski touring. The Precision Lock System provides maximum mechanical thrust by locking the shell, cuff and spoiler together into one interconnected structure for skiing. The generous metatarsal area enhances comfort and improves circulation, while the heel and rear area offer precision and control while skiing. A custom liner uses mapping construction and Ultralon foam for warmth and a comfortable fit. The Beast Carbon is proof that innovations in boot architecture can help you drive through deep powder with speed, hike up and do it again.
- Pebax and carbon fiber shell and cuff; rigid and lightweight magnesium spoiler.
- Large metatarsal for comfort, good circulation and warm feet.
- Liner with mapped construction offers a cradled fit.
- Precision Lock System provides energy transfer and eliminates play and deformation.
- Power Drive tongue disperses force while the asymmetric liner tongue increases contact area.
- Softer materials in less critical areas make them walkable and easy to get on and off.
- Side bumper works with the leg’s natural bend for progressive response during turns.
- Compact profile and central buckles reduce drag, protect boot components and ensure efficient travel through snow.
- Boa Closure system allows micro adjustments.
- Quick Lace Kevlar cable locks the tongue in position as you close the boot.
- Posterior architecture prevents snow build-up and stops it getting inside at the back.
- Buckles open in one swift motion. Magnetic catches keep them in position.
- Quick Step-In Insert provides 70% easier entry into Dynafit bindings.
- Pomoca sole has a self-clearing tread for traction on snow and rock.
- Compatible with Dynafit Quick step in and standard touring bindings.
The boot and binding systems must match for best performance and safe use.
|Lower shell material||
|Shell cuff material||
Alpine Touring: with tread; compatible with DIN touring bindings. Alpine Touring Tech (Tech): with tread; compatible with G3 Onyx and Dynafit. Downhill: without tread; compatible with freeride/downhill bindings.
Forward lean affects a skiers balance. Some boots have a set forward lean angle; some are adjustable. Less lean places your knees in a more upright (almost standing) position, whereas more lean positions your knees forward over the ball of your feet.
Range of motion
The range of motion of the boot when in hike mode.
|Thermoformable inner boot||Yes|
A mechanism that allows to release the boot cuff to switch to tour mode.