Two AT boots I am enjoying very much at the moment.
But much closer than I originally thought for weight.
La Sportiva Spectre on the left. Dynafit TLT 6 Performance on the right.
Part of the attraction for me to the TLT6 is the tinker toy effect. You can change the boot's performance by adding or taking away parts to ski virtually any ski and by doing so adding or subtracting weight.
Weight of the TLT 6 in a 29 shell as I am skiing it right now is 1480g with a full length Superfoot Cork foot bed installed. Add the Dynafit power strap and the two bolts need to attach the strap and you are up to 1520g.
The La Sportiva Spectre is a step up on the TLT 6 P in skiing performance. Even if you add the black tongue and the Dynafit power strap and resort to the original buckles in terms of ski boot the Spectre still has a leg up on the down. Certainly close to the SIX's equal in walk mode. And for my own technical climbing may be the Spectre is even a better climbing boot than the TLT6. Which is hard to fathom for me at the moment actually. And this from a guy who hates climbing in ski boots!
Weight of the Spectre in a 28 shell as I am skiing it right now is 1530g with a full length Superfoot Cork foot bed installed. Pull the front two buckles as I am wanting to use them as a climbing boot and you go under 1450g.
So many really good options these days for the skier who climbs or the climber who needs to ski. Nice to have boots that you can so easily mod to fit your next mission.