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  • Dynafit - Beast Carbon Ski Boot - White/Carbon
    Dynafit - Beast Carbon Ski Boot - Detail
    Dynafit - Beast Carbon Ski Boot - Detail
  • Dynafit - Beast Carbon Ski Boot - White/Carbon
  • Dynafit - Beast Carbon Ski Boot - Detail
  • Dynafit - Beast Carbon Ski Boot - Detail
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Dynafit Beast Carbon Ski Boot

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$629.97 $899.95

Item #DNF00A0

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  • 23.0
  • 23.5
  • 25.0
  • 25.5
  • 26.0
  • 26.5
  • 27.0
  • 27.5
  • 28.0
  • 28.5
  • 29.0
  • 29.5
  • 30.0
  • 30.5
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Tech Specs

Shell Material:
Pebax, carbon fiber
Buckles:
4
Buckle Material:
Precision Lock System
Lean Angle:
16 deg
Walk Mode:
yes, 45-degree rotation
Liner:
Custom Ready
Liner Closure:
powerstrap with hook-and-loop closure
Binding Compatibility:
Master Step (tech), alpine touring
Sole:
Formula Pomoca Free, lugged
Claimed Weight:
3 lb 5 oz
Recommended Use:
ski touring
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

A beast to be reckoned with.

At three pounds per boot, the Dynafit Men's Beast Carbon Ski Boot is light on your feet so you can reach the summit before sunrise. Unlike most superlight ski touring boots, the Beast feels more like a powder-charging freeride boot on the ride down. This beast boasts Dynamic's SnowDynamic Concept, which uses a streamlined design to help you shred the deeps and steeps without losing any speed. 

A full Pebax and carbon construction keeps the Beast light and stiff for advanced backcountry skiers. The boot's Precision Lock System includes a secure ski/walk mode that allows for a massive range of movement in walk mode for easy skinning. The insulated Custom Ready liner includes thermo-moldable Ultralon foam for a fit specific to your foot's contours. Dynafit gave the grippy sole large lugs for bootpacking up rocky, slippery surfaces.

  • Ultralight ski boot for freeride touring
  • SnowDynamic Concept rides deep powder with minimal speed loss
  • Pebax and carbon fiber construction keeps the boot light and stiff
  • Precision Lock System with secure ski/walk mode
  • Custom Ready liner with thermo-moldable Ultralon foam
  • Lugged sole with touring and tech bindings compatibility
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Good stiff shell lousy liner

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is a proper stiff boot that tours very well for its free ride category. The claimed 45 degrees rotation might be overselling it a bit. The interlocking shell system really transfers the power from my foot to the ski well and makes the flex progressive. It pushes my 193 Prior Overlords just as good if not better than my old Scarpa Freedoms they replaced, plus they tour significantly better and weighs 15 oz less in the same size. The liner on the other hand is junk, maybe I have been spoiled by Scarpa's stock Intuition liners, but the Dynafit Custom Ready minimalist liner didn't even fill out the shell. I couldn't get the boot comfortably tight on the tightest settings. I could not tell the difference between pre and post heat mold. It didn't take long for me to buy some Intuition Pro-Tour Liners Medium Volume which made them actually fit a human foot. The power strap is also far too small and doesn't do much but get in the way when taking it on or off. Intuitions are not cheap and the after market purchase increased the price of an already expensive boot which is why I gave it 3 stars. If it was packaged with a proper fitting liner and a decent power strap it would be a 5 star boot.

My Favorite Boot

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is my fourth pair of boots, and I love them. They are super stiff and feel like an alpine boot. I haven’t noticed any downsides while hiking either. I have considered replacing the liners with some aftermarket ones but am worried that the boot wouldn’t be as stiff anymore.

My Favorite Boot

Stiff, but not snugg

    I have been using Dynafit boots for years. Always loved the fit and ability to charge downhill. My last pair was a set of Vulcans.

    These boots are stiff. The closest to a real alpine boot i have found. I would LOVE these boots except one problem: the liners.

    The liners are about 1/2 the thickness of my vulcans. Amd after heat molding they filled out nicely at the foot, BUT i cannot get a tight fit at the upper two shin buckles. I have moved the buckles to the tightest hole, and on the tightest buckle setting there is still play in the tongue.

    The result is the boot feels a bit sloppy, and you have to be real agressive to maintain pressure forward.

    So far this is a dissapointment. And I am hoping it can be resolved in someway.

    Unanswered Question

    Last width?

    Unanswered Question

    Is this boot compatible with a Salomon Guardian MNC 13 binding? I am looking to eventually upgrade to tech bindings, but would like to use my existing bindings for now.

    Dynafit

    ***See below for boot sole lengths***
    Ski Boots
    MONDOUS MENUS WOMENUKEU
    22 4 5 3 35 1/3
    22.5 4.5 5.5 3.5 36
    23 5 6 4 36 2/3
    23.5 5.5 6.5 4.5 37 1/3
    24 6 7 5 38
    24.5 6.5 7.5 5.5 38 2/3
    25 7 8 6 39 1/3
    25.5 7.5 8.5 6.5 40
    26 8 9 7 40 2/3
    26.5 8.5 9.5 7.5 41 1/3
    27 9 10 8 42
    27.5 9.5 10.5 8.5 42 2/3
    28 10 11 9 43 1/3
    28.5 10.5 11.5 9.5 44
    29 11 12  10 44 2/3
    29.5 11.5 12.5  10.5 45 1/3
    30 12   11 46
    30.5 12.5   11.5 46 2/3
    31 13   12 47 1/3
    31.5 13.5   12.5 48
    Boot Sole Lengths
    Mondo Size23.5 - 2424.5 - 25.125.5 - 2626.5 - 2727.5 - 2828.5 - 2929.5 - 30  
    PDG 259mm 269mm 279mm 289mm 299mm 309mm 319mm   
    Mondo Size23 - 23.524 - 24.525 - 25.526 - 26.527 - 27.528 - 28.529 - 29.530 - 30.531 - 31.5
    TLT7 253mm 263mm 273mm 283mm 293mm 303mm 313mm 323mm  
    Neo / Vulcan 264mm 274mm 284mm 294mm 304mm 314mm 324mm 334mm 344mm
    Khion 272mm 282mm 302mm 302mm 312mm 322mm 332mm 342mm 352mm
    Mondo Size22.5 - 23.524 - 24.525 - 25.526 - 26.527 - 27.528 - 28.529 - 29.530 - 30.5 
    Radical 266mm 276mm 286mm 296mm 306mm 316mm 326mm 336mm