Dynafit Vulcan TF Ski Boot

$274.98

$219.98

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Short Description
  • Ultra-Lock-System
  • Dynafit Quick-Step-in
  • Shell: Grilamid
  • Cuff: Carbon Fiber/Grilamid
  • Buckle: Ultra-Lock System
  • Forward lean: 15°, 18° & Walk-Mode
  • Cuff rotation: 60°
  • Sole: Dynafit Pro
  • Field of use: SkiTouring, SpeedTouring
SKU
dyn-vulcan-tf-p
Brand Name
Dynafit
Part Number
"61205"
As every Trekkie knows, Vulcans are all about the following: logic and its value in creating order and functionality; straightforwardness; and using their fine-tuned skills and knowledge in everyday life. These boots are their namesake for a reason. Abiding by the rules of logic and reason (as well as general badassery�), designers have used their [clearly superior] intelligence in perfecting the most basic concepts required for a good boot: stability, customizable forward stiffness, and support. Made from lightweight carbon steel, grilamid, and magnesium, the boots are compatible with any touring binding and promise perfect performance. From the milk run to the night ski, after a long day on the mountain, there's no better feeling than collapsing in exhaustion back at the lodge. And while your body may ache from the day's adventure, make sure your feet don't. Dynafit Vulcan TF Ski Boot: the logical, reasonable, intelligent choice.

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3

These are fantastic ski boots. There is minimal, if any, compromise between weight and stiffness. In touring mode, you have a ton of flexibility and they are fairly comfortable to walk around (especially over rocks and variable terrain) and tour in. When you reach the top of your run, you can slide in the removable tongues, which are made of super hard plastic and add a ton of stiffness to the boot, and flip down your upper-most buckle (this buckle also acts as the locking mechanism for tour/ski mode) and ski down in a very sturdy boot.\n\nI also really like the design and location of the buckles. There are only three, and the buckle itself is made of a thin (but strong) wire that hooks onto its respective hooks. The location of the middle buckle is great because as you are touring you can lock it down to prevent your foot from moving around a ton and giving you blisters.\n\nAs far as "cons" go for this boot, I would say that it fits a little tightly for those of us with wide feet. However this is nothing that a good liner-molding can't fix. I also experienced some pretty serious degrading of the boot sole. I'm not 100% sure what it's made of (it's not Vibram), but the rubber near the toe of the boot started chipping off after a couple tours that required some hiking through terrain with insufficient snow and some rock scrambling. As of right now, I don't think this is going to have any functional effect on the boot, but I worry that if this continues to happen, the boot won't line up with the toe of the dynafit binding correctly. But again, as of right now it seems to only be cosmetic.\n\nOverall, if you can find this boot for a decent (whatever your definition of decent is...) price, and you're looking for a pretty lightweight yet quite stiff touring boot, I say go for it. I found mine for 40% off on *** Co Op at the end of this season and so far they have been treating me real well.\n\nHappy skiing all.

4

These are fantastic ski boots. There is minimal, if any, compromise between weight and stiffness. In touring mode, you have a ton of flexibility and they are fairly comfortable to walk around (especially over rocks and variable terrain) and tour in. When you reach the top of your run, you can slide in the removable tongues, which are made of super hard plastic and add a ton of stiffness to the boot, and flip down your upper-most buckle (this buckle also acts as the locking mechanism for tour/ski mode) and ski down in a very sturdy boot.\n\nI also really like the design and location of the buckles. There are only three, and the buckle itself is made of a thin (but strong) wire that hooks onto its respective hooks. The location of the middle buckle is great because as you are touring you can lock it down to prevent your foot from moving around a ton and giving you blisters.\n\nAs far as "cons" go for this boot, I would say that it fits a little tightly for those of us with wide feet. However this is nothing that a good liner-molding can't fix. I also experienced some pretty serious degrading of the boot sole. I'm not 100% sure what it's made of (it's not Vibram), but the rubber near the toe of the boot started chipping off after a couple tours that required some hiking through terrain with insufficient snow and some rock scrambling. As of right now, I don't think this is going to have any functional effect on the boot, but I worry that if this continues to happen, the boot won't line up with the toe of the dynafit binding correctly. But again, as of right now it seems to only be cosmetic.\n\nOverall, if you can find this boot for a decent (whatever your definition of decent is...) price, and you're looking for a pretty lightweight yet quite stiff touring boot, I say go for it. I found mine for 40% off on Gear Co Op at the end of this season and so far they have been treating me real well.\n\nHappy skiing all.

5

The burliest and one of the lightest AT boots out there. Simple and well thought out design with a very intuitive walk mode. Time will tell how durable the sole is. I added Intuition liners and booster straps and wouldn't hesitate to ski this boot at the resort, but the bc is where she really shines.

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