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Fischer Transalp Carbon Pro Boot

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With the Transalp Carbon Pro, Fischer's history of boot-making prowess is on full display. Billed simply as a “touring boot”, we find the Transalp Carbon Pro defies this simple categorization. Is it an uphill machine? Is it a powerful boot with impressive downhill capabilities? Is it...both? Using a Carbon infused cuff, Fischer builds upon their popular Transalp Pro, creating a boot that allows you to confidently ski demanding terrain far off the beaten path. The beefy Double/Lock Ski Walk Mechanism provides a solid connection between the cuff and lower for plenty of support while remaining simple enough to operate with a single, gloved hand. A full rubber outsole ensures non-slip performance in kitchens and extra security on dicey ridge walks. Dial in the fit with the adjustable forward lean and a customizable liner. Snap the buckles, crank the burly power strap, and point ‘em! Don’t hold back, this boot sure doesn’t!

  • CARBONFUSED cuff is lightweight and stiff, providing a powerful and confident skiing platform.
  • Shell is constructed with Pebax RNew -- a light, strong, and more sustainable material composed largely of castor oil.
  • Double/Lock Ski Walk Mechanism is stable, easy to use, and reliable.
  • Generous range of motion makes big days feel less big.
  • Wide 55mm power strap and cuff buckle allow for maximum power transfer, letting you ski aggressively and confidently.
  • Power Buckle System allows for a secure wrapping of the foot with minimal weight.
  • Adjustable forward lean lets you find your ideal position.
  • Buckles, levers, and straps are designed for single-handed use during transitions.
  • Pre-shaped but moldable liner provides a great out-of-the-box feel.
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1422g [27.5]
Weight (pair) 2844g [27.5]
Buckles   2 w/ powerstrap
Boot Sole Length   254mm [22.5]
264mm [23.5]
274mm [24.5]
284mm [25.5]
294mm [26.5]
304mm [27.5]
314mm [28.5]
324mm [29.5]
334mm [30.5]
Binding Compatibility   Tech, Hybrid, ISO 9523
Cuff Rotation   80°
Forward Lean(s)   14°, 17°
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   CARBONFUSED cuff, Pebax® Rnew shell
Liner   Transalp Alpine
Sole   Full Rubber
Skimo Co Says
Usage Everyday touring
Notes Transalp Pro gets even more Pro
Bottom Line Fast on the up, powerful on the down
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Paul
Is there any chance you guys could weigh a 26.5? And do you think they could sufficiently drive a 1380 ski + 690 binding (2070g per ski)? Thank you!
Answer from Gabriel I
Hi Paul, that's 1336g for a 26.5 (no footbeds). This is a plenty burly boot for the setup you're describing!
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Question from Lance
I have read that people rate the TransAlp Pro as about a 110 flex, how would you rate the carbon version ?

Or, to be much more specific, I have a pair of BC Solis 180 with Kingpin M-Works bindings and Lange XT3 130 boots that I am absolutely in love with

I'm interested in putting together a lighter setup that also walks better. I am considering the two TransAlp Pro boots (carbon and regular) and want to be able to drive a ski that is lighter than, but otherwise very similar to, the BC Solis 173 with Trab Vario 2.0 bindings. Which boot would you recommend?
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Lance,

If the Transalp Pro is a 110, I would call the Carbon Pro a 115-120. It's a bit stiffer, but not tremendously so. Not as stiff as the Lange XT3, Dynafit Hoji, etc. But the flex is nice and progressive in both models. The Carbon Pro just firms up a little more, a little quicker.

I think you could use either boot with the 173 Solis or a lighter ski and the Vario bindings. The Carbon Pro is a little heavier, but if you like a stiff boot it might have the edge for you.

It's worth noting that the Transalp has a different fit than the Lange XT3. If you'd like to discuss fit or go more into depth with other models, email us at!
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Question from Justin
I assume this is exactly the same as the normal Transalp Pro except a stiffer cuff? Is it much stiffer in forward flex or mostly laterally?
Answer from Jeff
Justin, Your description is pretty much right on.
The CarbonFused material is a good bit stiffer then the Pebax cuff, but won't make for a significantly stiffer forward flex. And I double checked the weights, the Carbon Pro is a few grams heavier.
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Model: Transalp Carbon Pro MPN: U13023

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