Be One with freedom and adventure. Merging freeskiing and touring to inspire the same passion. Merging performance and precision with lightness and comfort for the ideal blend. Merging our expertise and innovative flair with the talent of Richard Permin and expert insights from our athletes. Merging our new Dual Core Light technology and Dual 3D Light liner. Merging our award-winning XT and XT FREETOUR to create the new XT FREE – the perfect blend to reign even more supreme.
Choose your width
Lange offers lasts in several widths to extend the available range and provide even more comfort, with no associated trade-off inperformance. The main boot models are available with 97 mm and 100 mm lasts.
Dual 3D light liner
A combination of the Dual 3D technology (double preforming of boots inside and outside to ensure the best fit and transmission of effort) and integration of low-density foam generally used for hiking to lighten the weight of the boots.
Dual core light
Dual Core Light is a combination of the Dual Core technology with the use of light plastics such as Grilamid. This combination allows perfect control of the boot’s behaviour (flex) with very rigid plastics such as Grilamid.
2.0 ski/hike system with the power V-lock technology
Lange’s patented technology opens up a greater range of movement (43°) in “hike” mode to increase mobility on ascents, while a new metalon-metal locking mechanism for the shell and cuff in “ski” mode paves the way for a whole new level of performance and power on descents.
Last Width: 97mm
Flex Index: 130
Liner: Ultra light weight, Tour, Ultralon, with lacing system, composite
Tongue: Power Wrap tongue + custom
Canting: +/- 1°
Power strap: 45mm
Shell material: Grilamid dual core light
Cuff material: Polyolefin
Buckles: All light, secure profile, screwed
Macro adjustments: 2 x 6T x 3 pos
Soles: Bi-material pads, archpad
“Fantastic high performance free touring boots. This boot has brilliant touring capabilities, but without sacrificing stiffness or feel on the way back down, so it descends like traditional alpine boot.”