About Scarpa Mobe AT Ski Boots - Dynafit Compatible (For Men)
Closeouts. A powerful touring boot for aggressive skiers who crave downhill performance, Scarpa Mobe AT ski boots are a great choice for short tours and freeriders who charge technical in-bounds and backcountry terrain.
Specs about Scarpa Mobe AT Ski Boots - Dynafit Compatible (For Men)
- Ski/Walk mode
- 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: Rubber
- Height: 12"
- Last width: 103-106mm
- Weight (pair): 9 lb. 4 oz.
- Made in Italy
- Visit our Alpine Skiing Guide
- Alpine touring boots are designed to be used with compatible alpine touring DIN-releasable AT bindings only. AT soles do not fit most downhill bindings and/or could interfere with release mechanisms.
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by El Presidente from Lake Tahoe on Saturday, August 22, 2015Probably the best engineered boot on the market.
My son bought these for all mountain skiing. Which makes sense given all the adjustments.
But he also wanted to use them for racing gates on his high school ski team. I had my doubts.
Got advice from my favorite on piste/off piste guru. He felt they would do fine.
We will see this winter. El Nino willing.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by BruceJ from Seattle on Friday, June 12, 2015This boot is an excellent choice for anyone with a wide foot. The boot fit great right out-of-box; i didn't even bother to heat mold the Intuition liner. The boot always skis great. I just wish Scarpa still made this boot.
Reviewed by Jawah from Steamboat Springs, CO on Saturday, January 25, 2014This boot skis perfect! Paired this offering with the Marker Baron, and love the performance. I have not toured the Mobe yet, but bought this boot for lift accessed/ sided country, and can't beat the value of fit and energy transfer for this application. I normally would choose a wide forefoot volume boot, but I have no problem fitting this shell with my US 10- 10 1/2 foot in the 28.
Reviewed by hans from Williston, VT on Monday, December 9, 2013I got these to replace/ consolidate my prior boots. Garmont Shaman for resort and Garmont Adrenalin for hiking for my turns. these boots are as still as Garmont Shaman, and lighter than Adrenalins! Will be skiing these with marker barrons on Liberty Double Helix. I don't have tech bindings yet, but am shopping for them now that I have boots with tech fittings (but they are really expensive, even G3 Onyx!)
the liners seem super warm. I haven't yet heat molded the liners because they fit pretty well out of the box, albeit very tight!
The only complaint I have is that the flex is almost non-existant or at least not progressive... it starts stiff and stays stiff through the flex.
Reviewed by AKSki from Kenai AK on Saturday, October 26, 2013This product has an excellent responsive feel and works perfectly with my dynafit bindings. Fitting was no problem. I usually wear a 10-10.5 and ordered a 28 to ensure a tight fit. A little heavy but for driving the ski that I have and for the durability... its great. I ski a 191cm 142-124-135.
Answer i use them wtih marker barrons and naxo 21. they would work with fritche freeride too.
you need AT bindings that adjust to fit the rounded sole of the boot and allow the toe piece to move upwards. regular alpine bindings won't work.
Answer The boots do work with the Dynafit bindings. You can also use these with the marker tour series, Baron, Duke, f10 or f12s. Also these will work with Marker Lord bindings that are non-touring, but are the only adjustable fixed bindings to accommodate these "tech" boots. These won't work with normal alpine bindings as the releasabality will be compromised.