Dynafit PDG 2 Ski Touring Boot

$499.00 USD $899.95
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Why We Like the Dynafit PDG 2 Ski Touring Boot

The all new lightweight PDG 2, the number one training race boot, just got even better. With a Grilamid® Spoiler and shell, as well as a Carbon reinforced cuff, this boot will impress you with its uphill capabilities as well as its downhill performance. 

The PDG 2 is designed with the same Ultra-Lock system in the top buckle and a durable instep buckle. Also with the PDG 2, Dynafit added the Speed Nose to the front of the toe to decrease unecessary weight. The Speed Nose allows for more fluid and versatile climbing ability. This has transformed race boots over the past year with a more natural feel when running up the hill. 

The PDG 2 has also become one of the first boots from Dynafit to incorporate the new Cramp-In Crampon. This quick and easy attachment does away with the nuisance of automatic crampons.     

  • Top training race boot
  • Singular lever for quick transitions between walk and ski mode
  • 62 degree cuff articulation for highly efficient touring
  • 14-17 degree forward lean
  • Pomoca Climb sole, Grilamid shell with Carbon Fiber cuff, and Custom Light liner for traction, durabilty, and comfort
  • TLT (Tech) Binding Compatible

Customer Reviews

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Murray Banks
Boot size

If this helps… my old PDG boots were 28.5 and they were very tight, so I went to a 29 for the new PDG’s - They are really big. I’m doing some work with our local BC boot fitter but it’s taking a lot of extra padding, foam. We fitted them virtually and I you gave me the opportunity to send them back. Is the newer model a larger dimension of the older model?

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Aladin
Reliable and solid race boots

I've used the Dynafit PDG boot the last four seasons for ski-mountaineering racing, and finally decided to retire them and pick up the updated PDG 2. My immediate impression was that I love the additional toe box volume - the fit was comfortable out of the box, and I threw in a set of aftermarket footbeds to provide support and now the boots feel perfect. The overall design and style didn't change too much from the original PDG - I still love Dynafit's patented ski/walk throw mechanism, which makes transitioning a breeze. The full carbon cuff provides stiff lateral flex, and I feel confident when holding an edge at high speeds. The new Speed Nose does provide noticeable improvement when it comes to touring efficiency, as the toe-off when striding out is a bit snappier and quicker. Overall, awesome boots if you're looking to maximize uphill performance for fitness skinning or racining.