If there's one boot that epitomizes the range of downhill performance available via telemark boots it is Scarpa's T1. It is burly enough to deliver power and control in the most difficult conditions and/or the steepest slopes without being so stout you can't detect the subtle distinction in differing degrees of soft snow from champagne pow to spring cream.
In the realm of downhill telemark performance the T1 has been one-upped by it's next-gen sibling the TX-Pro. Not based on the merits of the boot by itself, but on the . . .
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