About Dynafit Gaia TF-X AT Ski Boots (For Women)
Specs about Dynafit Gaia TF-X AT Ski Boots (For Women)
- Ski/Walk mode
- Power strap
- Recommended use: Alpine Touring,Alpine
- Binding compatibility: Alpine
- Forward lean: 15-21 degrees
- Number of buckles: 4
- Removable liner: Thermo moldable
- Outsole: Rubber
- Height: 11"
- Last width: 99-102mm
- Weight (pair): 8 lb. 4 oz.
- Made in Italy
- Visit our Alpine Skiing Guide
- US shipments only
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4.500000 5 Overall Rating: 4.5 Based on 4 reviews
Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by nospam from PNW on Wednesday, March 5, 2014
I have 2 pairs of these... one pair I actually paid full retail price. I have gotten immense mileage in the Sierras & Cascades & Wasatch, in bounds, outta bounds on all types of snow & various types of skis. Everything from tethering sit skis for adaptive skiing to teaching ski school to PSIA clini... Read More
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Neeps from CT on Wednesday, January 28, 2015Bought these for my gf for her first at setup because I use the Zzeus boots. Dynafit makes the most comfortable and versatile boots and these are no different. We both like a four buckle boot. The ability to change the soles for alpine or tech bindings is priceless. One boot for all the ski and binding setups you own. Sierra has excellent deals and I had Scarpas shipped too in sizes around hers and they just didn't feel right to her so they went back. The Gaia's were a match! She skied on them at Stowe this past Saturday for the first time with total comfort and control. She's happy means I'm happy.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Crazy Lori from Canada on Monday, October 13, 2014This product fits very true to size. Follow the chart on how to measure for buying ski boots.
I don't think this boot would be comfortable if you had a wide foot, I have a narrow foot and
the fit is great.
Reviewed by nospam from PNW on Wednesday, March 5, 2014I have 2 pairs of these... one pair I actually paid full retail price. I have gotten immense mileage in the Sierras & Cascades & Wasatch, in bounds, outta bounds on all types of snow & various types of skis. Everything from tethering sit skis for adaptive skiing to teaching ski school to PSIA clinics to hiking many miles uphill & of course riding down.
I have the Gaias in 24.5.
I wear: Street shoes - 8.5; LaSportiva Climbing shoes - 38.5; LaSportiva Climbing boots - 39.0; Brooks running shoes - 8.5
I wouldn't feel comfy on the downhill in boots lighter than these & anything heavier would be an unnecessary skinning uphill.
Reviewed by Jeremy from Washington on Wednesday, January 22, 2014My wife loves these boots. She says they are comfortable and warm, but still stiff enough to drive her Icelantic Oracles.
Question “I traditionally have worn Men's Nordica Boots for Alpine and touring for it's wide forefoot (the heel has always been too wide though).
I am looking to do a dynafit set-up for my next alpine touring trip.
How well will this boot accomodate a wide foot. I would love to be back in a women's boot. Thanks! ”