Dynafit Mercury TF Alpine Touring Ski Boots
Freeride boot with optimal climbing agility is ideal for descent-oriented ski mountaineers. For the new generation of freerider who demands climbing agility but won’t accept any compromise on the descent. The Mercury is the little brother of the Vulcan. It too offers unrivaled performance on the descent and the capability to control modern freeride skis at any speed. You also have the ability to vary stiffness of the flex. Thanks to the Downhill Booster Tongue, the Mercury offers optimal heel hold on the descent and on landing jumps. You get all of this combined with comfort, lightness and the patented technology that makes our TLT5 so popular among the world’s best skiers. A fiberglass-reinforced TPU strengthens the rear of the boot cuff, while the front uses Pebax. This guarantees the best support and performance combined with a comfortable flex. The Mercury is compatible with every touring binding available on the market.
Buckles: Ultra Lock System 2.0
Sole: Dynafit Pro Freeride
Additional Features: Forward Lean, 15-18 degree + release for walking. Grilamide Boot shell. 60 degree cuff rotation.
Please note: If you were to visit Rhythm Snow Sports in store for a boot fitting, this can take up to 2 hours to ensure we have found the right boot for you and made all the necessary adjustments. We strongly recommend you have a professional fitting by a boot technician in your area. We do not recommend an online purchase for ski boots, if you have not tried on the specific boot.
Colour: Matt White/Black
$10 Shipping - Australia Wide. Small Parcels under 1m are sent via Australia Post. Skis & Snowboards - Delivered with TNT.
Fast Delivery - Available for parcels under 1m via Australia Post. Price is calculated at checkout with postcode and state. Please note we are in a regional area and fast delivery is subject to Australia Post delivery times.
Instore Pickup - Available from Cooma or Smiggin Holes store locations.
New Zealand - Pricing available on small items at the checkout.