Lange has joined the alpine touring (Randonee) scene with the XT-130 Freetour. The fit is very similar to the XT-130, just with a fully customizable ultralon liner which also reduces weight. The shell of the boot is injected with Grilamid as opposed to Polyether, Grilamid is considerably lighter and provides good rebound after you flex the boot forward. The XT-130 Freetours are considerably lighter than the Lupo T.I or Cochise while still providing excellent downhill performance. This is a an alpine fit with great uphill performance.
This is the lightest and highest perfroming Alpine Touring boot you're going to find with downhill performance -- straight up.
Flex Index 130 / Boot Last 100 mm - The Lange XT 130 Freetour has a boot last of 100 mm, which is ideal for good skiers that are looking for a high performance snug fit. The flex index of 130 is a stiffer flex index. This flex rating is perfect hard charging expert skiers that are looking for a ski boot that will be able to handle any speed or terrain.
Ultralon liner (think Intuition) with a composite upper to keep weight down.
4 Micro-Adjustable Extruded Aluminum Buckles
Pin Inserts - Now you can use your favorite tech binding; Radical ST. 20, Beast 14 or Kingpin to name a few.
WTR Soles - Rockered soles make walking and hiking much easier and more natural feeling.
Ultra Grip - Is a rubber sole that is perfect for hiking and provides maximum grip on every kind of surface.
Ski/Hike Mode. This mechanism easily switches the boot from ski to hike mode, making short hikes off-trail extremely comfortable. 23 degrees range of motion.