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Tecnica Mach1 120 Ski Boot - Men's White, 29.5
Tecnica Mach1 120 Ski Boot - Men's White, 29.5
There are plenty of two and three-buckle boots out there, and they work great for some, but Tecnica's Mach 1 120 Men's Ski Boot is sticking with a classic four-buckle design, which seems like a pretty good call. Tecnica made its name making high-performance chargers, and while the Mach1 120 isn't a super-stiff soul-crushing plug boot, it definitely embraces Technica's high-performance heritage. The 120 flex is perfect for smaller, lighter, or aggressive but slightly less powerful rippers, and the 100mm last is wide enough to accommodate most feet but not so big that your feet will slide around and ruin your run. Like most Tecnicas, the Mach1 120 has a super-solid heel pocket for a locked-in fit, a pre-punched navicular area to prevent excessive top-of-the-foot pressure, and an asymmetrical toe box for a snug fit that won't freeze your toes into a solid block of ice. It also comes stock with a fully moldable C. A. S UltraFit Pro liner, which fits well out of the box and can be heated to achieve the perfect fit. A flexible Quick Instep panel makes it easy to get the Mach1 on and off. To provide an extra dose of all-mountain-shredding power, there's a metal I-Rebound plate that connects the cuff to the lower shell, providing a firm, consistent flex, rear support, and turn-to-turn rebound energy that will help you stay forward and move from edge to edge powerfully and smoothly. Tecnica topped the package off with a 45mm power strap for a little bit more stability and control, and it screwed on rubberized and replaceable TechniGrip soles for security in icy parking lots, rocky ridges, and treacherous lodge stairways.
$479 Go to
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Tecnica Cochise 120 Ski Boot - Men's Yellow/Black, 29.5
Tecnica Cochise 120 Ski Boot - Men's Yellow/Black, 29.5
The second-stiffest boot in Tecnica's Cochise freeride touring line, the Cochise 120 Men's Ski Boot's an ideal blend of uphill performance, downhill shredability, and comfort. It's built on a 100mm last, which offers slightly more room than the top-shelf Cochise 130, but rocks a 120 flex that's burlier than the 110 for more gnar-thrashing power on the descent. Other than that, it's the same, and that's more than all right. Tecnica made the shell out of new Triax 2. 0 plastic, which is nice and stiff but 10% lighter than the original Triax, making the uphill slog a little easier, and redesigned the lower shell for better heel hold and less toe crunch. The Cuff Mobility System ski/walk mode also offers eight degrees more rotation this time around, giving you a more natural stride to take the hip-flexor pain out of longer approaches. You'd expect a Tecnica to have bomber downhill performance, and, well, the 120 doesn't disappoint. It comes kitted out with a snug, sturdy UltraFit Pro liner that wraps your foot and resists packing out, and a PowerLock top buckle/power strap combo that provides a super-snug and sturdy wrap around your shin and calf for power and control. Three more rugged aluminum buckles lock the shell down around your foot, and the asymmetrical toe box provides a high-performance fit without cobra-squeezing your toes to death. Tecnica also equipped the Cochise with interchangeable sole technology, so you can swap in tech soles (sold seperately) for the included Techni-Grip rubber soles if you want to go for a full-on tech setup, and included a easy-flexing Quick Instep panel for easy on and off, even when temperatures are hovering around North Pole in January levels.
$423 Go to
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Tecnica Cochise 130 Pro Ski Boot - Men's Orange/Black, 24.5
Tecnica Cochise 130 Pro Ski Boot - Men's Orange/Black, 24.5
There's a lot of gnar out there that needs to be slayed, so quit wasting time and strap into the Tecnica Cochise 130 Pro Men's Ski Boot. It's the burliest boot in Tecnica's freeride touring line, designed to shred everything from groomers to powder to steep lines to day-old chop with power, precision, and a supreme fit. Indeed, the lower shell has been redesigned with a more anatomical heel pocket for increased hold, a more comfortable asymmetrical toe box, and a lower-volume 98mm last for a snug, precise fit that helps to eliminate slop on the up and the down. The new Cochise also has eight degrees more cuff rotation than its predecessor, making the trip up easier than ever--just flip the switch on the Cuff Mobility System and steam up the skin track like a man on a mission. With a 130 flex, though, no one's confusing the Cochise for a light and fast rando boot. It makes its money on the downhills, with powerful performance that shares DNA with Tecnica's famously burly race boots. The new shell, made of Triax 2. 0, is 10% lighter yet more durable and responsive than older versions, and the PowerLock top buckle and power strap cinch down the snug UltraFit Pro liner to provide serious power transmission without plug-boot discomfort. The last has been slimmed down to 98mm for a high-performance fit, and the burly aluminum buckles lock the shell down around your foot for high-powered retention when you're opening things up down big in- and out-of-bounds faces. Even with all this, the Cochise stays comfortable and manageable, thanks to a flexible Quick Instep panel in the front of the boot, which makes it easy to get your feet in and out even in icy weather.
$750 Go to
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