La Sportiva Spitfire 2.1 Ski Touring BootMore Ski Touring Boots from La Sportiva Available colours
delivery time 3-5 days
- Black/Yellow | 26.5:
- Black/Yellow | 27:
- Black/Yellow | 27.5:
- Black/Yellow | 28:
- Black/Yellow | 28.5:
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- Black/Yellow | 29.5:
- Black/Yellow | 30:
- Black/Yellow | 30.5:
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The La Sportiva Spitfire 2.1 is a technical top-level touring boot and impresses ambitious ski tourers with its performance lightweight construction. With the agile two-buckle, fast ascents and training sessions.
With the Grilamid® shell, the ski touring boot is extremely light, flexible and offers optimal flex properties even at low temperatures. The carbon fiber-reinforced polyamide cuff ensures a sensational flex of 68°, ensuring maximum freedom of and safe movement. Removable spoilers also allow a personal adjustment of the degree of movement.
Multiple details in the shoe tongue optimize comfort and wearing comfort. A removable inner sole prevents direct contact of the foot with the inner side of the shaft, thus improving comfort and thermal insulation. A thermo-moldable liner creates extreme warmth and can be perfectly adjusted to the personal fit.
The locking system allows quick, easy adjustment of the two buckles. In addition, a Power Strap can be attached (not included).
The sole provides maximum grip and protection for ascents. An insert guarantees a perfect double compatibility with TRB bindings and tech bindings.
The Spitfire 2.1 is the ski touring boot for ascent-oriented ski touring enthusiasts who want to devour altitude or even compete in a race for a change.
- Ski touring
- speed touring
- Binding compatibility pin binding
- Outer ski boot material Grilamid®
- flexible inner boot liner, removable inner boot liner
- Number of ski boot buckles 2
- with ski/walk setting
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