Customer Reviews Of:
Black Diamond Equipment Push Telemark Ski Boots (For Men and Women)
Closeouts. Freeheel skiers looking for comfort without sacrificing power will feel right at home in Black Diamond Equipment's Push telemark ski boots. They're stiff enough to drive wide skis on demanding terrain, and a BOA®-laced liner offers a customized fit.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Wildgoose from McCall, Id on Monday, April 9, 2012With high arches/instep I'm used to having trouble getting in/out of boots but fit is great and my heels are held down in the boot ideally.
After being away from skiing for 25 years I'm thrilled to be able to telemark again.
- Best Uses: Park, Powder
- Cons: Difficult Entry & Exit
- Describe Yourself: Intermediate
- Pros: Buckles Easily, Comfortable, Highly Adjustable, Holds heels down in boot, Quality Construction, Retains Warmth
- Sizing: Feels true to size
- Was this a gift?: No
- Width: Feels true to width
Verified Buyer Reviewed by moose from maine on Monday, December 26, 2011great
Verified Buyer Reviewed by D from New England on Thursday, December 1, 2011These are very comfortable boots, I don't like the BOA system for the liner because it feels like the metal line is going to pull out of the liner. But besides that they are comfortable and just as they are described. I have not taken them skiing yet.
- Pros: Comfortable
Reviewed by Karl from Thunder Bay ON Can on Sunday, October 30, 2011I am a solid 27.5- my scarpa teles are 27.5 and fit nice
My downhill boots are 27.5.
These Push BD boots are so tight that after 5 minutes my feet are tingling and numb
The shell is slightly smaller than the scarpa T2 shell- I tried the scarpa liner in the BD shell and it was too tight- this says to me the BD shell is small
I didnt bake the liners because I was returning them
Other than size issues the boots looked fantastic- high quality and great features
- Best Uses: Tele skiing
- Cons: Fits small, Heel very tight
- Pros: High Quality
Reviewed by Nate L. from Boston, MA on Tuesday, September 13, 2011I own these boots, and wanted to include a review for anyone else considering them. The boots have been great for me - my only complaint was that the heel is tight, and took some breaking in.
I usually ski these boots at East Coast resorts, where they rip. I do some backcountry touring (skinning uphill), and the boots are comfortable and light - I love unlocking the cuff for walk mode - not only is it great for touring, it also makes walking across parking lots more comfortable than any ski boot you've ever tried.
- Best Uses: Carving, Lift-accessed skiing, Light touring
- Cons: Tight heel
- Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Powerful