Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro Alpine Touring Boot - 2021

Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro Alpine Touring Boot - 2021
Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro Alpine Touring Boot - 2021
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Zero G Tour Pro Alpine Touring Boot - 2021 by Tecnica
Tecnica's Zero G Tour Pro is a lightweight alpine touring boot that doesn't skimp on downhill performance. As Tecnica's premier backcountry boot, the Zero G Tour Pro provides the stiffest flex available at a weight lower than three pounds thanks to the carbon-infused Grilamid construction. Tecnica's C. A. S (Custom Adaptive Shape) system dimples the boot's shell so boot-fitters can mold it to your foot's shape more precisely. Tecnica updated the boot with a Recco reflector, and it's still outfitted with the tried-and-true double-hitching walk mode latch that stays secure in ski mode and maintains an outstanding 55 range of motion in touring mode.

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SKU: TECR059
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