Bottom line, if you're looking for an overboot, or heading to a place where you even have the slightest thought that your feet could get cold, you want these. They're made well, ca...viewcomments(0)
The Dalbello Virus AT Boot is the best touring boot out there.
I recently bought some Black Diamond Factors and was blown away by how stiff they skied and how great the tour mo...viewcomments(22)
The Scarpa Skookum Alpine Touring Boots are probably one of the best downhill performance boots Scarpa makes. For most of my touring life I have used the scarpa Denali's and I hate...viewcomments(3)
If you don't have some sort of custom insole in your ski boots (or in every pair of shoes you own for that matter) you are missing out! Each brand seems to have a different fit- so...viewcomments(3)
If you have a medium to high-volume foot and larger than average calves, these boots may be a good fit for you. Although they are fairly light for a 4-buckle AT boot, you may want ...viewcomments(0)
Scarpa AT boots have a lower volume, but fit great for most "normal" mid-volume feet. The Denali TT is a lightweight low-performance four buckle boot that will work best for the oc...viewcomments(4)
A backcountry skiing sock that is also good for sock puppeteering (Watch the video). A good sock for the low price. Nice and thin, but they are pretty short. If you have long legs...viewcomments(1)
Therm-ic boot heaters are an amazing product! I've heard from a couple ski techies that they are far superior to Hot-tronics, but I would love to do a side by side test to see wha...viewcomments(0)
Sock technology is getting more and more advanced every year. Bridgedale has been leading the way- combining wool with microfibers to create anti-microbial, wicking, warm socks. ...viewcomments(2)
The Scarpa Spirit 3 is a high performance lightweight boot specifically intended for Backcountry Skiing.
Light and Strong. This boot does not sacrifice any performance by havi...viewcomments(6)
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