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SCARPA F1 Alpine Touring Ski Boots - Women's

MSRP: $828.95
Was: $828.95
Now: $621.69
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If you’ve ever wanted the climbing freedom of a skimo race boot, but you still want to be able to charge hard when you reach the top, the SCARPA Women’s F1 Ski Touring Boot just might be your ideal match. Designed to merge the best traits of race and touring boots, this lightweight option is built on a GrilamidⓇ shell with SCARPA’s Carbon Core, which adds strength and stiffness at the hinge for extra drive when attached to stiffer skis. Comfort won’t be a concern either, thanks to the legendarily comfortable IntuitionⓇ liner, and you can trust that your feet will stay put, courtesy of the on-the-fly adjustable BOAⓇ Fit System. You’ll also get more range of motion than SCARPA’s more traditional touring boots, thanks to the F1 Lever ski/walk mechanism. If you value skiability and don’t want to compromise on the skin track, this is your boot.


  • Lightweight women’s ski touring boot that offers excellent climbing and descending
  • GrilamidⓇ shell with Carbon Core delivers torsional support for driving stiff skis
  • BOAⓇ Fit System delivers a secure hold and on-the-fly adjustability
  • VibramⓇ UFO outsole keeps you from slipping on bootpacks and ridgelines
  • IntuitionⓇ liner is heat moldable to suit individual feet and ankles
  • F1 Lever ski/walk mechanism quickly switches between tour and descend modes
  • RECCO reflector can aid rescue efforts when used with compatible search equipment


  • Best Use: Ski Touring, Skimo

  • Gender: Women’s
  • Last: 102mm
  • Flex: 95
  • Forward Lean: 20° and 22°
  • Range of Motion: 62°
  • Walk Mode: F1 Lever
  • Compatible Binding: TLT
  • Material: [Shell] - GrilamidⓇ Carbon Core; [Cuff] - GrilamidⓇ; [Tongue] - PebaxⓇ
  • Weight: 2 lbs 6.1 oz (each, size 25)


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