Scarpa Typhoon - Backcountry Ski Boots: Reviews

Good for All Mountain
The only difference between Scarpa's widely popular (and alpine-inspired) Hurricane boot and the Typhoon? The Typhoon has a walk mode, which adds a bit of weight but, our testers agreed, makes it much more comfortable when you're skinning or hiking. And with its double-injected upper Pebax cuff, the Typhoon is beefy enough to power any skis. It doesn't have Dynafit tech fittings, but one of Scarpa's other new four-buckle boots, the Skookum ($769), does. 8.4 lbs;




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