The Hoji Free 110 Ski Boot is a newer introduction to Dynafit's backcountry, and it best-suits skiers introducing themselves to the backcountry. It's softer and narrower than most Hoji ski boots to balance a precise performance with the comfort needed for skinning. It features Dynafit's quick-and-easy walk mode that adds a comfortable 60 range of motion for a solid hiking performance. The Hoji's liner is thermo-moldable to customize the contours of your footshape for enhanced comfort on the skintrack, and the lower lining has mesh for extra ventilation. Since it's a newer boot, Dynafit used a newer Pomoca rubber sole that focuses on stability when you're hiking new terrain. Unique to all Dynafit boots, the tech inserts are set forward to ease stepping into tech bindings.
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Dynafit Hoji Free 110 Alpine Touring Ski Boot
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