Out of Dynafit's expansive collection of backcountry ski boots, the Hoji PX Alpine Touring Boot is by far the most efficient at uphill travel. Weighing a bit over three pounds, each boot feels light on your feet when you're skinning, and the robust Hoji Lock secures the boot in place when it's time to ski downhill. Unlocked, the Hoji PX provides a massive 55 cuff rotation to provide a natural hike. Despite the boot's comfortable wide last, Dynafit's Speed Nose design narrows the tip of the toe to increase skinning efficiency. When the snow's gone before the summit, the boot's Pomoca Climb rubber sole keeps you moving to the tippy top without your skis attached.
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