The La Sportiva Spectre 2.0 alpine touring boots are built for determined backcountry skiers seeking lightweight, flexible boots for climbing mountains without compromising performance on the descent.
Patented design allows for 60° of cuff motion for effortless hiking and skinning
Stiff, lightweight carbon-reinforced design provides power on the descents
Durable thermoplastic shell and tongue are molded thin for light weight without compromising performance
Cuffs provide generous forward flex for all-day comfort, walkability and downhill skiing functionality
4 low-profile buckles provide macro and micro adjustments for a precise fit
Choose between 3 preset forward lean options of 12°, 14°, and 16°
Compatible with all Tech, TR2 and Step-in AT bindings
Long-wearing Vibram® rubber soles grip snow and rock when climbing
Last width: 102.5mm
Best Use :
Ski Boot Flex:
EZ Thermo thermoformable foam
Liner Lacing System
Spantik one-hand lacing
6 lbs. 5.9 oz.
Tech, Alpine Touring
Keywords: Backcountry Ski Boot,
QUESTION: How do these boots size? Length, forefoot, heel width, instep height. Any info appreciated.
ANSWER: Length is true to size - if you normally wear a size 11, the length will be right. The forefoot is considered wider than most AT ski boots at 102.5mm. The heel fits snug - I’d consider these on the narrow side in the heel. Instep height is normal to low - it provides a snug fit. For people with high insteps or generally high volume feet, we’ve had to manipulate the plastic over the arch to prevent the boot from putting pressure on the top of there foot.