Zero G Tour Pro Alpine Touring Boot- 2020 by Tecnica
The Zero G Tour Pro Alpine Touring Boot is Tecnica's premier ski boot for backcountry skiing. Each boot weighs under three pounds, and still accomplishes the stiffest 130 flex through a carbon, co-injected Grilamid cuff and a burly walk mode latch. Unlike most ultralight ski boots, the Zero G features a new double-blocking, self-adjusting cuff that reduces every kind of play for a locked in feel. Four light Magnesium buckles and a slimmer power strap solidify the boot's secure fit, and Tecnica designed the cuff's buckles so you can latch them on the ascent. Tecnica built the boot's shell out of Grilamid for its balances between stiffness, durability, and lightness. The Ultralight Fit liner has a comfortable fit right out of the box, and it's backed with a waterproof, breathable membrane to stay comfy when you're boot-packing through knee-deep powder. The rockered sole promotes boot-packs, rocky ascents, and even glacier traverses thanks to the full-length, grip- and abrasion-resistant Vibram rubber. Unlatched, the Zero G boasts a massive 55 of cuff rotation to provide the easiest ascent possible. It's compatible with tech bindings.
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