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c.brownwrote a review of on March 1, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

A couple of tweaks make the 2016 Cochise even more versatile in more snow conditions than the previous design. The vertical sidewall, titanal, sandwich contruction that is the heart and soul of the Cochise remains however the award winning flipcore design has been modernized. Carbon Flipcore incorporates sheets of Carbon Fiber into the rockered sections of the tip and tail. This reinforces the rocker profile and calms the ski resulting in more control at speed and quicker initiation at lower edge angles. The slightly tapered, tip and tail design reduces swingweight, helps the tips plane better in softer snow and the tails now release even easier in steep chalky conditions. The reference ski for so many big mountain skiers has simply evolved. A modern version of a icon ski.

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c.brownwrote a review of on September 29, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Cochise 100 is a new boot for this season and is a great bang for your buck if you're looking to get into some BC skiing without breaking the bank. The Cochise 120,110, and 100 all share the same shell and great features. When you lock the Cochise into ski mode there is a metal device that engages and acts like a rivet, locking the cuff to the lower. This gives you uncompromised downhill performance and a true flex rating. These Cochise 100s will probably be stiffer than almost every other 100 flex walk mode boot on the market. You can use these as your every day boot no problem. They ski like a traditional ski boot yet have great range of motion.

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