Lightweight and ready for exploration, the Transalp TS Pro impressed testers for its convenient entry, clean closure and pleasant initial fit.
Testers gave the Transalp consistently even fit scores, but most rated it as a medium width, not a wide. A few mentioned that the ankle pockets and instep were notably snug but the consensus was that the fit wrapped the foot and lower leg well, with no glaring hot spots. Flex feel was considered to be ideally cushioned against the shin but softer in flex than claimed.
Scores fell off a bit for edge power and stability, with testers citing some collapsing flex feel and lack of lateral transmission to the ski. However, the snug fit translated into well connected steering moves and predictable transitions turn to turn.
Testers liked the Ultralon padding in the liner for better comformation with full molding and the Phatt Maxx Lite powerstrap for its broad wrap across the front of cuff.
“Very nice, anatomical initial fit.” -- Kevin Gabriel
“Easy on and off and warm!” -- Greg Coulter
“Good touring mode range of motion.” -- Mark Elling
“Consistently uniform foot containment. Good fit and range of travel.” -- Bob Gleason
“Feels good—nice and light and my foot and leg feel locked in.” -- Andrew Barr
“Walk mode is best in class!” -- Jeff Rich
“Felt like the boot had to be coaxed on every turn.” -- Greg Coulter
“Cuff is a little too upright and alignment is set up about 1.5 degrees outside.” -- Bob Gleason