2014 Slingshot KTV

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The 2014 Slingshot KTV

The KTV’s were the second cheapest pair of boots we tested. From a number stand point they were a bit more flexible than the RADs¬†we tested and a tiny bit heavier dry, but about the same mass wet. There are no laces on this boot, just 3 velcro straps.

The KTV’s have nice beefy J-bars integrated to hold down your heel.

We don’t want to call them a budget option, as they certainly don’t seem to skimp on build quality, but this is definitely a pair of boots priced at a high value.


Inward Flex (degrees)
Outward Flex (degrees)
Mass (dry, one boot) kilograms
Mass (wet, one boot) kilograms
Heat Moldable
Heel Hold Down
LF Ultra CT5.711.21.0421.365NoIntegrated (large)$349.99
LF Synergy4.36.81.0431.408NoIntegrated (large)$419.19
Hyperlite Marek3.66.91.2941.505YesIntegrated (med)$479.98
Hyperlite Process3.73.71.2971.508YesIntegrated (med)$459.98
Slingshot RAD4.85.91.0121.52NoIntegrated (large)$449
Slingshot KTV97.81.1791.522NoIntegrated (large)$399
Ronix One5.46.20.7941.112YesRemovable (small)$480
Ronix Frank15.313.60.8431.108YesIntegrated (small)$470