Scarpa Hurricane Pro AT Ski Boots (For Men)

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About Scarpa Hurricane Pro AT Ski Boots (For Men)

Closeouts. An improved version of a time-tested classic, Scarpa Hurricane Pro AT ski boots have excellent lateral stiffness and deliver superb control and power for resort and backcountry terrain.


Specs about Scarpa Hurricane Pro AT Ski Boots (For Men)

  • Ski/Walk mode
  • Micro-adjustable
  • Power strap
  • Recommended use: Alpine Touring
  • Binding compatibility: Alpine Touring
  • Forward lean: 15-22 degrees
  • Flex index: 125
  • Number of buckles: 4
  • Removable liner: Speed Pro
  • Outsole: Vibram® rubber
  • Height: 13"
  • Last width: 103-106mm
  • Weight (pair): 9 lb. 2 oz.
  • Made in Italy
  • Visit our Alpine Skiing Guide
  • US shipments only


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4.333333 5 Overall Rating: 4.3 Based on 6 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by Steve from Austin on Monday, January 20, 2014
Wasn't able to get it on because I have a very high instep. I wanted a walk ski boot that was wide. This fit the bill but because of my high instep, I couldn't use it. The walk ski feature has a limited range but is way better than a regular ski boot.
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  • Reviewed by Downhill Johnny from Colorado on Thursday, March 19, 2015
    Lightweight and comfortable as pebax and Intuition are known to be but the performance requires major work. I did not find it necessary to cook the liner although it can help with the tight instep fit. A lot of toe box room, maybe too much so try it on as you may be able to go down a size if you will use them in-bounds only. For hiking the side country take your normal size. These are also chubby in the forefoot so if you have a low volume foot these are probably not for you.

    Performance wise these are under-edged and backseat out of the box. I moved the forward lean mechanism all the way forward which allowed for better pressure to the front of the ski. Understand though that I ski full camber skis not rockered, accordingly I advise changing the forward lean one notch at a time to match your style and your skis. For a better edge I moved the cuff angle to the outside and that solved the problem as out of the box they are woefully under-edged. These are also stiffer than a lot of people may want and really need a heavyweight or hard charger to make the best use of them. The buckle system is a mess so read the manual to help figure it out. Bottom line? These can work for you but they are not pull out the box and ski 'em boots.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Powder Junkie from NY on Tuesday, September 16, 2014
    The boots fit great right out of the box. They'll be perfect once I heat mold them. Very happy with the light weight and great Scarpa construction. I'm praying for snow now!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by JB from Seattle on Sunday, May 11, 2014
    A bit too stiff for me and it is a bit awkward to get in and out of.
  • Reviewed by Steve from Austin on Monday, January 20, 2014
    Wasn't able to get it on because I have a very high instep. I wanted a walk ski boot that was wide. This fit the bill but because of my high instep, I couldn't use it. The walk ski feature has a limited range but is way better than a regular ski boot.
  • Reviewed by GD from New york on Friday, January 3, 2014
    Purchased just in time for Xmas week ski vaca. STP is top notch in terms of shipping, returns, etc. KILLER PRICE with all the coupon codes via email,
    my friends thought I stole the boots! I'm an expert skier about 6'1 and around 200 lbs, so I needed a stiff boot to do the job. The skiing was hard pack and fast and these boots held up well to the speed. They sit considerably higher on the calf then my old Dolomites, I'd say around 2" at the back cuff. The Intuition liners were great- did some playing around, footbeds in and out- decided to ski without after experiencing some hotspots (a bit tight) with the bed- but I do have a large volume foot and warm socks took up some room as well. As others have said- and I experienced, the liner tongue does get caught on the boot shell when putting on, and it's a [...] to put right- some bloodied knuckles from the shell but I think it will get easier with time. Also, noticed I had the boot shell-tongue in b/w the shell buckle overlaps a couple times (correct needs to be under shell overlaps), didn't affect/ notice while skiing, only after!!! It's the black piece that runs from the bottom buckle all the way to the top and kind of spreads the buckle tension of all 4 evenly to better lock you in- a first for me and I like it. I also think it serves to stiffen the boot flex progressively as a result.

    Overall a very successful few days on this boot- very pleased. They are quite stiff and overall very comfortable once dialed in (had to relocate the lower cuff buckle outward for more room- upper was fine- and I don't have large kankles!). Tremendous leg support with high cuff. Walk function is obsolete in a real world alpine ski day- I tried using it on several occasions but didn't find the function necessary on 2nd day- as it provides forward movement not the backward which I find would be better suited for walking. Excellent grip from the soles. Super light weight- compared to my wife's 27.5 Mono Atomics, my 30.5 Mono's were lighter- she was in awe.

    Couple ski tech guys on the mountain stopped me to ask about it- so it seems to be a regarded product.

Question & Answer

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    • Hi Tim,

      I ordered these based on the 104 last- which I'm 99% sure is the true last per Scarpa's website. I don't think STP is accurate in the description. They are a burley boot. I've had about 8 days on them so far this season and am super happy with them. They are also super light- they weight less then my wife's atomics which are a 27mono (mine are 30.5 mono). Due to the width of my instep/ball of foot, I've so far had to pull the footbed out. Some people find they don't need it but I think I'll put it back once it packs out a bit more. The other thing keep in mind is the attack angle on this boot is fairly upright coming from the factory- you may want to increase angle (it has the function) a bit after testing. B/c of the height and stiffness you may find it a bit getting use to on the factory setting (which I plan on this weekend). Overall though its a really strong boot. I'm an aggressive carver- would say expert and they perform very well. Also, note that make sure your liner tongue is fully in the shell before clamping down- it tends to get caught in the shell coming in/out due to the tight overlap. The walk function is ok but I think overrated unless you are touring. If you have a wide foot though I recommend going up in size a bit as I did. They go up in shell size on the .5 size as opposed to the even sizes most boots do. So if you are an even- I recommend doing the .5 up from that- just my experience.

      Hope this helps...
      BTW- with the deal flyers STP has, this was by far the best deal- make sure you use one of them for the 30-40 off the listed price on web...
      Answered on 1/29/2014 7:04:30 AM by GD from NYC
    • I'm not sure what the answer to that question is. I bought size 27.5, the shells are size 28. They were a VERY tight fit when I first got them, to the point I thought they might not work out. The liners have packed out real nicely now though and they fit great!
      Answered on 1/29/2014 7:53:58 PM by John from Sandpoint, Idaho

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Scarpa of Italy was literally "born in a barn" back in 1951. Founder Luigi Parisotto launched his footwear career in a small outbuilding, crafting handmade shoes for locals with a nearly fanatical attention to detail. After cultivating a flawless reputation among his patrons, Luigi eventually switched from work boots to mountaineering boots, and Scarpa boots were born. Today, more than six decades later, Scarpa climbing shoes and mountaineering boots remain among the very best in the sporting industry. By fusing modern technology with an old-world attention to craftsmanship, Scarpa shoes and boots provide superior comfort for adventure-seekers who demand the absolute best. Experience a higher elevation of footwear performance.