Tecnica Cochise 130 Pro

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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.

- Backcountry.com

Tecnica Cochise 130 Pro Ski Boots - Men's. The Tecnica Cochise 130 Pro Ski Boots for men are the ultimate freeride boot with a more anatomical fit, improved articulation and a lightweight, high performance construction. The often copied but never replicated benchmark of free ride boots, the 130 comes back for 2014 with significant upgrades after 2 years of extensive athlete feedback. The all-new lower shell of the 98mm lasted Cochise 130 features a more anatomical, defined heel pocket, lower internal volume and more toe room. The new lower shell also gives the Cuff Mobility system an incredible 8deg more articulation. This makes climbing, boot packing and the stride while skinning even more efficient. A new plastic, Triax 2.0 is 10% lighter yet responsive and is more durable than the previous versions. The interchangeable footprint gives you the option of running DIN with TecniGrip or Tech compatible soles. The rubber arch grip provides even more traction when scrambling up the Palisades or stepping into the heli. The 130 flex along with the power lock buckle gives the upper a great wrap around the lower leg making sure you get 100% dependable performance. An all-new QuadraFit pro liner offers an even better fit tension and is more resistant to pack out. This boot had several of Tecnica's team riders finally trade in their race boots for good. The Best just got Better. FEATURES. Flex: 130. Last (Forefoot width): 98mm. Range of Motion: 23 degrees. Liner: UltraFit Pro. Available Color(s): Orange. Sizes: 22.0 - 31.0 MP

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

If you are looking for a boot that has the feel and performance of a race boot with the ability to skin your way to freshies look no further than the Tecnica Cochise 130 Pro A burly 130 flex will give you the power to charge your way down anything and the Intelligent Freemountain System will give you the freedom to make your way to the summit with ease The IFS gives you a huge range of motion by the way of a metal to metal connection that you can trust on the descent The 45 mm Power Lock Buckle combines a velcro strap and a buckle that you can use to stiffen up your boot and loosen up the cuff for hiking An Arch Grip Insert will give you great traction for making your way up an ice ladder rock or ice on your way up to a gnarly peak The Cochise 130 Pro is also equipped with a shock absorbing Zeppa and heel so your landings off of big airs will be as soft as the bottomless snow on Patsy Marley The TRIAX shell is 20 lighter than polyurethane and not as sensitive to temperature so you know your 130 flex will be consistent any day on the slopes If you are looking for a boot that has race precision that you can hike and ski your way to the goods the Tecnica Cochise 130 Pro is the only way to go FeaturesArch Grip InsertIntelligent Freemountain System IFSLightweight TRIAX MaterialiRebound Flex Management SystemRubber TecniGrip HeelAdjustable and Removable Velcro Rear Spoiler45 mm Velcro Powerstrap with a Burly BuckleShock Absorbing ZeppaTriple Position Cuff CatchUltra Fit Pro LinerNeoprene Toe BoxHinged Instep Catch

- Bentgate.com

Open the possibilities with the Cochise 130 Pro Ski Boot from Tecnica and let your freriding spirit be unleashed. Built with a 130 flex for serious support and bulletproof control, the Ultra Fit Pro liner is thremoformable and uses four layers of materials and densities for the best fit possible. With the Cuff Mobility System, you can switch from hike mode to ski mode quickly and easily, and with interchangeable soles, you can change from DIN to Tech based on the terrain. Three aluminum buckles and a Velcro Powerstrap let you dial in the perfect fit every time.

- Mountain Gear

Tecnica Cochise 130 Pro

previously retailed for:
$374.98 - $749.99

The Tecnica Cochise 130 Pro is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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