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SCARPA North America Recalls Tronic System Ski Boots

  • Men’s F1 EVO ski boot with Tronic system component
  • Back of men’s ski boot
  • Women’s F1 EVO ski boot with Tronic system component
  • Back of women’s ski boot
Name of Product:
F1 EVO Ski Boots with Tronic system component
The Tronic system, can unexpectedly switch from ski mode to walk mode, not allowing the boot to release from the binding, posing a fall or injury hazard.
Recall Date:
March 11, 2015
About 2100 in U.S. and 250 in Canada
Consumer Contact

SCARPA North America toll-free at (866) 998-2895 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. MT Monday through Friday or online at and click on the tab marked "F1 EVO RECALL" for more information.

Recall Details


This recall involves the men's and women's SCARPA F1 EVO ski boots with the Tronic system component. The Tronic system locks the boot into the ski binding. The boots were sold in royal blue for men and aqua blue for women with "SCARPA" written in white letters on the lower outer side of the boot. The model name "F1 EVO" is printed on the upper right outside ankle cuff of the boots.


Consumers should immediately stop using the boots and contact SCARPA North America for a full refund.


The firm has received two reports of torn knee ligament injuries following falls, when the boots failed to release from the binding.

Sold At

Authorized SCARPA dealers and retailers in the United States and Canada, including Oregon Mountain Community, REI and Skimo Co., and online at from October 2014 through January 2015 for about $700.

Manufactured In:

SCARPA North America Inc., of Boulder, Colo.

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