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Seeker Telemark Ski Boot

$639.00 $383.40

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The Seeker craves distant downhill objectives by offering the ultimate in touring comfort and performance to get you there.
Item# BD120131LAVA2451
$639.00 $383.40

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The days you push out into the backcountry with miles and miles of skin track ahead of you and a big descent beyond, you want a lightweight, super-efficient telemark boot that does not compromise downhill performance. Enter the Black Diamond Seeker Ski Boot. The Triax Tour frame with Flex 100 offers stiffness without restriction, and the Efficient Fit Tele Liner with Boa closure provides customized comfort and warmth.

  • Less touring resistance and slightly softer flex than the Stiletto
  • Triax Tour Frame with Flex 100 and MidStiff bellows
  • Increased ankle flexion for a better balance of cuff-to-bellows flex
  • New thermoformable Efficient Fit Tele Liner features a 1:1 Touring Series Boa closure system, aerogel-insulated strobel base and articulating zones for touring comfort
  • Locking QuickWire cuff buckles allow for maximum range of motion
  • Compatible with 3-pin bindings

Tech Specs

Series :   Telemark Efficient
Weight Per Pair :   [size 27] 3.5 kg (8 lb)
Boot Liner :   Efficient Fit Tele (Thermoformable)
Frame Technology :   Triax-Tour
Flex Index :   100
# Buckles :   3

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Black Diamond athlete Antte Lauhamaa tele skiing in Switzerland

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Comfy and solid up and down I've had these for 3 years or so now (I have the older, blue seekers) and they have been great. I've toured extensively in them, climbing a 14er in CO as well as all over the northeast and in Utah. They've also been my daily resort boots. All told, they've seen probably 150 days on snow, in conditions ranging from New England ice to Utah pow and temperatures down as low as -20F. I've skied bumps, hit a few park features, mostly spent time in the trees and powder. They've been a total workhorse, and I highly recommend the boots. The liners are extremely comfortable, and the BOA system is nice in getting that snug, secure feeling. 3 buckles is plenty, I never felt like I couldn't control my skis (I was generally skiing an 88mm underfoot BD Havok ski). The walk mode is easy to engage and noticeably comfortable on the way up or lounging around the lodge. After all this abuse, they have held up admirably. Nothing broken. Some normal surface scratches, and the velcro on one of the straps is coming loose, but really trivial considering the beating they've been through. September 3, 2014
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