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SCARPA 4 Quattro XT

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It's no secret that quality ski gear doesn’t come free. Therefore, it’s a welcome occurrence when manufacturers create a, “quiver killer,” or something that can fill multiple roles. When the ski boot whisperers at SCARPA decided to throw their hat into the ring, they knew they needed the guidance of an elite athlete who understood the intricacies of a piste performance boot. Thus started their relationship with Bode Miller, who is one of the most decorated ski racers in the world. The first child of their collaboration is the 4-Quattro. With its ability to be used in a GripWalk binding, stout 130 flex, and 4 buckle construction, the 4-Quattro fills this "quiver killer" role with poise. However, don’t be lulled into thinking the 4-Quattro is a downhill-oriented one-trick pony. It boasts an exceptional 61-degree range of motion and low weight for its class, meaning that even the longest of skin tracks won’t feel too laborious. From carving groomers, side-country laps, or big days in the backcountry, the 4-Quattro is ready for them all.

  • Grilamid Bio and Pebax round out a hardy and more environmentally friendly construction.
  • Presa sole works with GripWalk bindings further expanding the reach of this boot.
  • 4PRO Flex XT liner is made by Intuition and heat moldable for a customized fit.
  • Power straps are made by Booster strap, helping get maximum power transfer from the boot.
  • Shell and cuff are plant-based, lessening the environmental impact of the boot.

Specifications
Weight
convert to ounces
1480g [27]
1520g [27.5]
Weight (pair) 2960g [27]
3040g [27.5]
Buckles   4 + Power Strap
Boot Sole Length   282mm [25.0]
290mm [26.0]
299mm [26.5/27.0]
308mm [27.5/28.0]
316mm [28.5/29.0]
324mm [29.5/30.0]
Binding Compatibility   Tech, Hybrid, ISO 9523, GripWalk
Cuff Rotation   61°
Forward Lean(s)   15°, 17°, 19°
Specs Verified Yes
Design
Materials   Grilamid Bio with Carbon Core, Pebax
Liner   4PRO Flex XT
Sole   Presa Ski-01/GripWalk Tour
Skimo Co Says
Usage Inbounds and backcountry skiing
Notes One of the lightest hybrid boots on the market
Bottom Line A hard-charging "quiver of one" for resort and backcountry
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Questions & Reviews

9/21/2022
Question from Ryan
 
This boot confuses me - it's listed as a hybrid but apparently walks better than many "pure" options in the category while remaining competitively light.

For those of us with dialled alpine boots looking for a pure touring boot - could this be a good option (Assuming that it fits).

How would you describe the fit profile? What shape foot works best? In my case I'm dealing with a narrower heel, slimmer calf and tall instep. My forefoot is about average width.
9/21/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Ryan. Very simply, if you prioritize downhill performance, this could be used as a dedicated touring boot. If you want something that is a bit more balanced up and down, a touring boot would be great to check out. From my experience, this is the lowest volume boot (when downsized) in the freeride category. For example, going with the 25.5-26.0 Quattro vs a 26.0-26.5 size from another brand. The Quattro has a tight heel/ankle, average forefoot, with a fairly low instep. For more of an in-depth boot recommendation, please check out our online bootfitter here.
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8/16/2022
Question from Eric S
 
Your boot size selector lists, e.g., 28, 28.5, and 29.

Are there actually three differnet shell sizes in that group? Or is 28.5 = 29 as in all other Scarpa iterations?

I'm curious because 28 Scarpas are too short for me, usually. And 29s are too wide!

Thanks!
8/16/2022
Answer from Jeff
 
Eric, Still no true half sizes in ski boots. The 28.5/29 are the same in Scarpa sizing.
Please note that not all Scarpas are the same width. They are advertising these as 100mm last, which is narrower than the F1 and Maestrale. Maybe this will be the one for you.
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Model: 4-Quattro XT MPN: 12012/501

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