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Regarded as the most bullet proof boot in the line the TM2 XLT lives up to the expectation. Constructed with a rubber toe cap and quarter, the exposed parts of the boot can tackle the elements. The upper consists of Overmold and a power strap for unparalleled support. The Jones edition features a Half Zip Gaiter and Molded Toe Cap for extra protection.

Product Details

Item Code: 8105000366/989
Fit: Performance
Lacing: Traditional
Footbed: Performance
Flex: Stiff

Tech Features

  • 1:1 Lasting
  • Vibram Outsole
  • Evolution Foam Cushioning
  • 3D Molded Tongue
  • Overmold
  • Performance Internal Harness
  • Tongue Tension+
  • Articulated Cuff
  • Molded Toe Cap
  • Performance Backstay
  • Storm Shield
  • Heel Hold System
  • Intuition Foam

Tech Features

Boot Specifications
1:1 Lasting
True half sizes
Vibram Outsole
Superior traction and high durability
3D Molded Tongue
Even flex
Fused overlay
Performance Internal Harness
Built taller for additional support, flexibility, and heel hold
Tongue Tension+
Ultimate heel lock down
Articulated Cuff
Eliminates shell distortion
Molded Toe Cap
Rugged toe reinforcement
Performance Backstay
Enhanced spine support
Storm Shield
All weather seal
Boot Fit
Comfort Fit
Constructed with dual density intuition foam allowing for moderate support and a soft flex, lined with micro fleece for superior warmth and comfort, 100% heat moldable for a customized fit
Team Fit
Constructed with dual density intuition foam formulated for medium support, flex, and enhanced comfort, customize fit with heel hold kit and heat molding
Performance Fit
Constructed with dual density intuition foam maximizing support and stiffness while providing enhanced comfort, strategically designed overlays for additional forefoot and spine support, customize fit with heel hold kit and heat molding
Elite Fit
Injection molded with high rebound energy foam providing excellent support, medium flex and will not break down like traditional liners, lined with intuition foam making this liner 100% heat moldable, customize fit with heel hold kit
Molded footbed
Molded footbed with heel cradle and arch support
Molded Evolution Foam with heel cradle, arch support and heel cushioning
Molded Energy Foam with heel cradle and customziable adaptive arch support

TM-2 XLT JONES BOOT reviews (4)

Overall rating
Average rating: 4.5 stars

Average rating: 4.5 stars
Nach 1/2/20 United Kingdom

The best boots I’ve ever had!!!

Average rating: 4.5 stars
Ben 3/10/20 United States

The TM-2 XLT seem like good boots but there are little quirks that you won't realize until you get them home or put some miles in them. The half gator is hard to zip up when your foot is in the boot, I can't seem to get it zipped all the way up regardless of how tight I make the boot. The laces are pretty much trash after one day due to the cheap quality and close proximity to Velcro (they snag and fray horribly bad). The power strap on the liner doesn't seem to do much and adds excess bulk when lacing up the boot. Even though there is a heel welt, I wouldn't recommend these with semi auto crampons since the welt is soft rubber. It seems better suited for strap crampons but it's hard finding any that fit the bulk of the boot. Lastly is partially my fault however I skinned 8miles into a hut last weekend and have silver dollar size blisters on my heels from the "J bar" heel hold system. I didn't heat mold them because I figured they'd pack out on a long tour, however after mile 1 I felt hot spots forming. The boot seems like it'll last and be relatively durable once I change out the laces, but I'm pretty surprised how over built the boot is for how it can actually perform.

Average rating: 4.5 stars
Abvito 2/4/20 Las Vegas, NV

3rd best pair of thirtytwo boots I've bought for all mountain and will keep using them for explorations.

Average rating: 4.5 stars
Hatcherpassfool 10/5/19 Alaska

Horrible break in, but its the best boot I've worn in memory. From touring in the trees to booting the steepness with crampons, they do it all. 5 out of 5 would reccomend.