Tecnica Cochise Team DYN Ski Boot - 2020 - Kids'

Tecnica Cochise Team DYN Ski Boot - 2020 - Kids'
Tecnica Cochise Team DYN Ski Boot - 2020 - Kids'
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Cochise Team DYN Ski Boot - 2020 - Kids' by Tecnica
Kids are so lucky. Unlike us adults who need burly alpine ski boots and lighter boots for backcountry touring. Kids only need the Tecnica Cochise Team DYN Ski Boot because it's compatible with both alpine bindings and backcountry tech bindings. It's the stiffest boot that Tecnica built for children, and it's still light enough to learn how to tour on. Tecnica didn't skimp on features just because it's a kids' boot. Bootfitters can pack out the C. A. S. shell to customize the fit specifically to your kid's foot, and Vibram rubber assists with rocky, icy summits. The walk mode allows the same cuff rotation as the adult models, too.

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SKU: TECR046
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