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SCARPA TX Comp Telemark Ski Boots

MSRP: $728.95
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Now: $546.71
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Redefine Your Limits

Tele skiing has a reputation for being mellow and surfy, but if you prefer to add some speed metal vibes to your drop knee turns, the SCARPA TX Comp Telemark Ski Boot is the one you want. Built to take full advantage of the edge control afforded by NTN bindings, the TX Comp is SCARPA’s stiffest teli boot, making it perfect for strong skiers who charge on free heels. The construction is entirely new school, ditching the traditional duck bill and, in the process, enhancing the power transmission and walkability. The full PebaxⓇ shell is bomber and responsive, for edge control unlike anything you’ve experienced with neo-retro three-pin boots. You also get plenty of the best features of AT boots, like the IntuitionⓇ Speed Pro G liner, and the four buckle design with a booster strap for extra power. So if you’re ready to tell those nerds at Powder to get bent, buckle up a pair of TX Comps and experience the next generation of telemark ski performance.


  • Stiff and supportive boot for the today’s most aggressive teli skiers
  • PebaxⓇ shell is durable and responsive for driving skis on edge
  • Four buckle design ensures a strong hold on your feet
  • VibramⓇ Evo outsole delivers predictable grip when you unclip
  • IntuitionⓇ Speed Pro G liner is heat moldable to suit individual feet and ankles
  • Power Block Tour ski/walk mechanism is responsive and easy to use


  • Best Use: Telemark Skiing
  • Gender: Men’s
  • Last: 102mm
  • Flex: 125
  • Forward Lean: 10° - 15°
  • Range of Motion: 22°
  • Walk Mode: Power Block Tour
  • Compatible Binding: NTN
  • Material: [Shell] - PebaxⓇ; [Cuff] - PebaxⓇ; [Tongue] - PebaxⓇ
  • Weight: 3 lbs 12 oz (each, size 27)


8pt.jpg Important Warning for California Residents: This product may expose you to chemicals including hexavalent chromium, formaldehyde, and perfluorinated compounds, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to