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Dynafit TLT X Boot

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They made it! The revered TLT boot series from Dynafit has made it all the way to X. That means the new TLT X is approximately the 10th iteration of innovative German/Italian engineering (please gloss over Dynafit’s choice to skip the “nine” like they are a big tech company). No need to gloss over the details of the boot since, owing to them, this might be the best TLT yet.

With an entirely new mold, Dynafit has targeted the “X” for the North American masses in terms of fit. Not the Euro-fit of the 5, not as high volume and snub-nosed as the 7/8, the TLTX just seems to fit the feet. It has a great range of motion like all TLT boots (well, since the 5). It has good ski performance like all TLT boots (well, since the 6). Dynafit chose to go with a Twistfit closure over the top of the foot for a secure, precise fit. The UltraLock 5.0 closure system incorporates a decade of tweaks to the system that just works. The liners are the best yet in a TLT boot: thick enough, dense enough, and very moldable.

Finally, and perhaps best of all, Dynafit is launching a “lifetime” guarantee program for their boots to match what they have done with their bindings. In this case, a boot lifetime means five years, which is quite a bit longer than any other A/T boot manufacturer (1-2 years). The Dynafit TLT X is the best TLT yet backed by an exceptional warranty. An easy choice if you have the common foot shape to match.

  • Ultra Lock 5.0 is an integrated top buckle and ski/walk mechanism.
  • Grilamid shell and spoiler are stiff, lightweight, and workable by a fitter.
  • Grilamid cuff is loaded with glass fibers for excellent power transmission.
  • MasterStep inserts are easy to step in and supremely reliable.
  • Twistfit instep closure secures the foot up and down and front to back.
  • Pomoca soles are durable yet grippy enough for those fun scrambles.
  • Toe and heel welts that work with most automatic crampons.
  • Comfortable last width fits a lot of North American feet.
  • “Lifetime” guarantee of five years can’t be beat.
  • Power strap included in the box but not installed.
Specifications
Weight
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1075g [27.5]
Weight (pair) 2150g [27.5]
Buckles   Twisfit + Ultra-Lock
Boot Sole Length   277mm [25/25.5]
287mm [26/26.5]
297mm [27/27.5]
307mm [28/28.5]
317mm [29/29.5]
327mm [30/30.5]
Binding Compatibility   Tech only
Cuff Rotation   60°
Forward Lean(s)   15° - 18°
Specs Verified Yes
Design
Materials   Grilamid shell, fiberglass-infused Grilamid cuff
Liner   Dynafitter 5
Sole   Pomoca
Skimo Co Says
Usage Ski touring & ski mountaineering
Notes Twistfit wraps around the heel
Bottom Line The best TLT yet
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Questions & Reviews

4/28/2022
Question from PRB
 
Is there a straightforward way to use a leash with the TLTX? There are no obvious eyelets, and there is no forefoot buckle.
4/28/2022
Answer from PRB
 
Update: I found some eyelets and extra screws in with the extra footbeds, but no mention in the instructions. Should I undo one of the screws and install the eyelet that way?
4/29/2022
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey PRB, this should be possible, but you would want to be very careful with removing the screws so as not to lose the BOA guides.
5/3/2022
Answer from mw2nw
 
Yes. You can undo one of the 3 screws in the forefoot of the boot and attach this into the screw. As Zack mentions you need to be careful that you don’t let the boa cord fall apart while you do this. Not too hard if you take liner out and are slightly careful.
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4/25/2022
Question from jeff
 
So, if this is a non-snub nose boot.., does that mean it will be compatible with Vipec/Tecton bindings?
4/25/2022
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Jeff, the TLT X should work with the Vipec. However, Fritschi has a list of boots that are compatible with the Tecton 12 and has not updated it to reflect the X yet. That one is less likely.
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4/20/2022
Question from Kuba
 
Hi.
I’d like to change my old TLT7 for new one.
I’m thinking about TLTX vs Backland Carbon vs Dalbello 110 vs scarpa F1
Which one will be most versality?
I have one problem with boots - i have thin legs so my ankle are moving up. Which one choose?
4/20/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Kuba. If possible, please fill out our boot fitter so we can better help you out!
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4/12/2022
Question from Zach
 
I wear a 27 Scarpa Maestrale, 28 Sportiva Racetron, any thoughts on which size TLTX I should consider?
4/12/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Zach. If possible, please use our online boot fitter so we can better help you out!
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4/7/2022
Question from Yifan W
 
How do these ski compared to the atomic backland carbon? I love the fit/weight and modability of those, but hate how soft they are. After a season they now flex so easily it's hard to transfer any power through them.
4/9/2022
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Yifan, since we just got the boot in stock we haven't put too much time out on them skiing yet, but we think that they will be a pretty similar stiffness. We also think that the TLT X might be just a tad bit more of a progressive flex pattern as well. I would be on the lookout for the Dynafit Blacklight boot in the fall that should have a bit more upright stiffness than the current TLT X.
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4/7/2022
Question from Kade
 
Currently ski a 26.5 hoji pro tour- wondering about similar fit and when 26.5s are projected to be in stock?
4/7/2022
Answer from Jeff
 
Kade, These three sizes are an early release, so the other sizes will be in next Fall. We don't have a more exact timeline now.
Width and volume are similar, but not the same as the previous TLT8. The Hojis had a somewhat unique Pie shape to them, narrow towards the heel, wide in the forefoot. The original Pro Tour has a particularly Low instep height. The TLT X has an average + instep height.
4/14/2022
Answer from EPoore
 
Kade, I wore a 26.5 in the Hoji Pro Tour and have been skiing in the TLTX in a 27 with a boot board to take up some of the excess volume. I find the extra length to be nice in my lighter (longer day) boots. It also has the added benefit of being the same BSL as my 26.5 Radical Pro (297mm).
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3/21/2022
Question from Scythian
 
Interestingly it seems like the boot has two power straps, which should increase stiffness a bit and also result in a more snug feel. I am pretty happy with TLT8 carbonio, but out of curiosity, how the stiffness and heel box width compare between these two? Thanks.
3/22/2022
Answer from Ian C
 
Hi Scythian, this boot just has the one power strap plus the ski-walk strap, similar to the TLT8! Without having skied it yet, it's hard to compare the boots but I expect the stiffness will be comparable to the Carbonio and the heel box will be a touch less voluminous due to the thicker liner. Also, the boa will feel a bit different in terms of snugging up the instep and ankle.
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3/19/2022
Question from Andrew
 
I too am in a Radical Pro which I'm very happy with size wise. Is the 27/27.5 TLT X comparable to the same size in the Radical Pro?
3/19/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Andrew. It's our understanding Dynafit is basing the TLT X fit on the Radical Pro. Once we receive the production model, we'll be able to make the final assessment, though.
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3/17/2022
Question from Anthony
 
What’s the BSL going to be for size? similar to the TLT 6 or more like the 7/8? and what happening to 9:)
3/18/2022
Answer from Ian C
 
Hi Anthony, word is that the BSL of the 27 will be a 297mm, so more similar to the TLT6 unless something changes by the time they are officially unveiled next season. As for the nomenclature, it appears Dynafit has used Apple's strategy of jumping straight to Roman numerals after 8 ;)
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3/16/2022
Question from Justin B
 
Cannot wait! I just got some Radical Pros and I'm looking to cover the speedier side of the quiver.

Also, any word on the Backlight version?
3/18/2022
Answer from Jeff
 
Justin, Heres the word. The Obvious is the Carbon fiber cuff. The other difference is the TLT X has a Grilamid shell. The Blacklight shell will be Grilamid with Carbon fibers added. So that should make the boot stiffer. The advertised weight difference is 40g lighter.
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3/15/2022
Question from Dallin
 
Do we know anything about fit besides the last? I have a higher instep. The Dynafit Radical Pro's are perfect. Similar fit? Thanks!
3/15/2022
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Dallin, yes we've tried them on. It is fairly accommodating over the instep with the Twistfit. Dynafit tried to match the Radical Pro shape, just scaled down a little to work with a thinner liner.
3/16/2022
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Justin, not until next season for those.
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3/15/2022
Question from gareth
 
OK, I'll bite. When will the boot be available? Currently in a TLT 7 at 27.5. Sizing similar?
3/15/2022
Answer from jbo
 
Hi gareth, yes, you should be the same size in the X as the 7. We are currently expecting these early April, but hesitate to promise anything these days.
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