Tourlite Tech 4


Tourlite Tech 4
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Tourlite Tech 4
Manufacturer Dynafit
Page By bbense
Page Type Sep 9, 2003 / Jan 17, 2007
Object ID 807
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The race car in the Dynafit ski boot collection, the classic TLT 4 Pro continues to be the choice of backcountry skiers who want the balance of all day comfort with their performance ski-ability. Of course rally racers, speed freaks, ice climbers, super light fanatics and Mark Twight all know the secret of this boot.


4 part ultra light polyamide shell with precise fit and lower shell

New stiffer cuff and upper tongue for optimum flex and ski performance

Double-V Power Stringer allows good stability in the lightweight shell

Aggressive sole for walking and climbing

Walk/ski mode, replaceable real spoiler with Velcro® power strap

Loden/GORE-TEX® liner with anatomically shaped cushioning, Thinsulate insulation, Dynaform foot-bed and quick lacing system


Available in 22.5-30 in half sizes.

Weight 6.2 lbs (size 27)


Dynafit TLT 4 Pro $434.95

the TLT 4 Pro with Thermoflex Liner.


Available in 22-31 in whole sizes

Weight 5.6 lbs. (size 27)


Dynafit TLT 4 Pro w/ Thermoflex Liner $459.95



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Vinny - Nov 14, 2004 8:44 pm - Voted 2/5

Untitled Review
These boots are super light and therefore great for AT racing, but as for performance they are pretty flimsy and weak.

palic - Dec 2, 2004 8:09 am - Voted 5/5

Untitled Review
Dynafit TLT 4 (but not all models, as they are changing) are great not only for AT racers, but also for majority of tours and descends starting from simple to extreme.

Obviously, they are softer than "hard boots" like Raichle, Nordica. TLT4 boots are the most comfortable I have ever tried. Climbing on skis and skiing are great not only for low peaks, but also up too 7,000 and 8,000 m peaks (experience of my friends and me Shisha Pangma, Peak Lenin, Peak Korzenevskoy, Peak 38).

In comparison with other shoes, it is simple and comfortable to get in with inner boots outside or inside. The change between walking and skiing mode is simple too.

Disadvantege is that: for some really extreme descends they could seem to be softer than used to be (I had used them up 55 degree steep slopes without any problem).

BTW, for especially for races Dynafit and Scarpa have other models.

Bill Kerr - Aug 12, 2008 5:15 pm - Voted 4/5

Good ski mountaineering boot
These boots are very good to ski mountaineer with as they are light and agile to climb with because of the low profile toes. I replaced the liner with a lighter thermo mold one and they fit great.
Good walking mode.
They are a bit soft to ski with but makes you work on technique versus power.

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