Dynafit Hoji Pro Tour Alpine Touring Ski Boot - Women's

Dynafit Hoji Pro Tour Alpine Touring Ski Boot - Women's
Dynafit Hoji Pro Tour Alpine Touring Ski Boot - Women's
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Hoji Pro Tour Alpine Touring Ski Boot - Women's by Dynafit
Designed for aggressive backcountry skiing, the Dynafit Women's Hoji Pro Tour Ski Boot balances a light weight with a progressive performance for riders who value downhill riding as much as easy skinning. Its wide last creates an incredibly comfortable fit for skiers who like to layer socks, or women with wider feet, but regardless of your foot shape, the straps, inverse buckles, and various micro-adjustments will ensure a customized fit. Dynafit's remarkable Hoji Lock system quickly switches the boot from walk mode to ski mode with a flip of a switch. Recent updates include a narrower toebox with TLT inserts set closer to the front in order to maximize the boot's walking efficiency, and it eases stepping into bindings better than previous iterations of the Hoji Pro Tour.

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SKU: DNF00EF
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