Whether you've seen it from the road, a picture, or just on a map, the Zero G Guide takes grueling ascents in stride to get your their. Unlike so many touring boots that forget the downhill, these 1700g mega-lightweight tech-toe insert and rockered, knobby-sole sporting wonders will get you hooping and hollering on the way down. Their Mobility Cuff's'hike' mode gives 42 degrees of motion for lengthy, ground-covering glide up the skin-track. Since these are designed to be used with Dynafit type bindings the kick turns on the way up will be no problem.Since these 110 flex boots inspire so much confidence on the downhill you will be pumped to use them inbounds too with any WTR or MNC type alpine bindings with adjustable AFDs that accept the rockered soles. A boot of this level is pretty good for advanced to expert level weekend warrior that is looking for something stiff enough to provide high-end response, while being wearable for an entire day of skiing. 99mm Last Width: This width of boot is just under the average, to provide a better fit for narrower feet, or a tighter fit for average to wider feet. Instep Catch: The instep catch is on a hinge allowing it to adjust for better pressure distribution and closure.
It can pivot away from the shell allowing the shell to spread without interference allowing easy entry and exit. Liner Technology: The anatomical shape gives you a precise out-of-the box fit. If you have problem fit areas, the liners are super easy and quick to customize. That great fit will remain consistent over the course of the season. Better fit equals comfort, warmth and performance!
Shell is anatomically shaped and marries perfectly with the liners. The dimples on the shell serve as a roadmap for problem fit areas and are easy to customize if needed.
The anatomical shape provides a great out-of-the box fit with the ability to be easily customized for problem fit areas. Power Light Design: The Power Light Design is a frame that is 2.5x stiffer yet 30% thinner providing a strong platform for ultimate performance while reducing weight.This allows us to make boots that are lighter weight without sacrificng performance. You will have a better time on the up and ultimate performance for the descent.
Tecnica Mobility Cuff: The Mobility Cuff uses a metal-to-metal device for a solid, strong connection. When in the hike mode there is 42 degrees (for Cochise) - 44 degrees (for Zero G) range of motion for great upward mobility.
Self Adjusting System, eliminates any play in the connection. A solid, strong, connection that won't loosen over time and offers a great range of motion results in a great skier experience whether hiking to your secret stash or crushing your favorite run. Quick Instep: A softer piece of plastic is co-molded in the instep area that results in an easy-entry and easy-exit instep that is guaranteed to make the beginning and end of your day much more enjoyable. Cuff Alignment: The cuff of this boot is beyond adjustable. It aligns the cuff to follow the shape of the skiers' lower leg, increasing comfort and enhancing performance.
Bi component shell: Two different densities of plastic used to keep the boot stiff and able to perform at high speeds, yet softer in specific areas to make them easier to put on and take off. Fleece Lining: This boot sports a fleece lining to add extra warmth to the foot. It also adds a great deal of comfort as the lining breaks in and forms around the foot. Micro-adjustable aluminum buckles: These aluminum buckles can be moved to adjust for size, so if the default position of the buckle and the teeth is too wide or too narrow, you can move it until it fits.Replaceable Toe and Heel Pads: This is a must-have for skiers that don't live in ski in/ski out condos. 45mm Strap: Super wide strap found on high performance boots. The extra width spreads out the force while skiing and reduces the pressure point on the upper shin. Thermo-moldable Liner: These liners can be pre-molded before you ski, by warming the up and walking around, or you can mold them over time simply by skiing in them.
The liner can be remolded multiple times, as well! The boot board, or zeppa as they are sometimes called, is thicker and more elastic than a traditional boot board, so it will comfortably absorb a lot of punishment so your heels don't have to.
Power Lock Strap : The Power Strap on this boot allows the skier to achieve maximum tightness. Simply pull the strap closed like you would then snap the buckle tight. Double the power, double the control! The item "Tecnica Zero G Backcountry Ski Boots" is in sale since Tuesday, January 22, 2019.
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