Dynafit Hoji Free Alpine Touring Ski Boot

Dynafit Hoji Free Alpine Touring Ski Boot
Dynafit Hoji Free Alpine Touring Ski Boot
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Hoji Free Alpine Touring Ski Boot by Dynafit
Boasting comfort on the walk up, stiff performance on the ride down, and versatile binding compatibility, there really isn't anywhere you can't take the Hoji Free Ski Boot. New to the Dynafit Hoji family, this touring boot rocks a full 55 degrees of motion in walk mode, for comfort and freedom while you're on the skin track, but uses the new Interlock system to secure the boot for ninja-like performance on your speedy descent. The Hoji Free keeps its toe bail, so you can still step into your alpine bindings if you're hitting the resort after a morning in the backcountry, and it's shell uses Grilamid blended with fiberglass to maximize power transfer in such a way that you won't even miss your alpine boots.

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SKU: DNF00H8
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