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Tecnica's Zero G Guide Alpine Touring Boot packs performance that dominates the downhill and slays the uphill with a weight just under four pounds. The Zero G boasts a respectable 110 flex, making it capable of charging everything from backcountry chutes to resort piste. Tecnica built this boot on a mid-sized last (99mm) that's snug and pre-punched to fit most foot shapes. The Zero G Guide features Tecnica's new C. A. S. shell, which uses a dimple structure to make heating and punching faster and more effective for bootfitters. Practically a roadmap for bootfitters, C. A. S. technology identifies your foot's hot spots and pressure points with ease. Tecnica added its heat-moldable UltraFit Ultralon liner to ensure the most comfortable and responsive fit possible. The Zero G also features a rockered rubber sole that makes bootpacking a breeze, and you can switch out the boot's tech binding interface with DIN-certified soles for alpine bindings.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version
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