The Men's Cochise 120 DYN Ski Boot is Tecnica's second-stiffest all-mountain and free ride boot, giving you the option to ride lifts all day or head out into the backcountry, and it's as aggressive on the downhill as it is comfy on the uphill. Its Custom Adaptive Shape (C. A. S.) construction customizes the shell and liner to your foot's shape. Boot-fitters can pack out the dimpled shell easier, and the they can mold the liner through a quick-and-easy heating process. By creating such a comfortable fit, Tecnica designed the Cochise with a moderately narrow 99 last that optimizes precision for the downhill. The Power Light Design is 30% thinner and 2. 5 times stiffer than conventional boot material, and the Vibram rubber sole assists with traction when you're hiking rockier terrain.
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Tecnica Cochise 120 DYN Ski Boot- 2020
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