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Tecnica Cochise 130 Pro Ski Boot - Men's

$699.95

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    The steed that'll take you to glory.

    There's a lot of gnar out there that needs to be slayed, so quit wasting time and strap into the Tecnica Cochise 130 Pro Men's Ski Boot. It's the burliest boot in Tecnica's freeride touring line, designed to shred everything from groomers to powder to steep lines to day-old chop with power, precision, and a supreme fit. Indeed, the lower shell has been redesigned with a more anatomical heel pocket for increased hold, a more comfortable asymmetrical toe box, and a lower-volume 98mm last for a snug, precise fit that helps to eliminate slop on the up and the down. The new Cochise also has eight degrees more cuff rotation than its predecessor, making the trip up easier than ever—just flip the switch on the Cuff Mobility System and steam up the skin track like a man on a mission.

    With a 130 flex, though, no one's confusing the Cochise for a light and fast rando boot. It makes its money on the downhills, with powerful performance that shares DNA with Tecnica's famously burly race boots. The new shell, made of Triax 2.0, is 10% lighter yet more durable and responsive than older versions, and the PowerLock top buckle and power strap cinch down the snug UltraFit Pro liner to provide serious power transmission without plug-boot discomfort. The last has been slimmed down to 98mm for a high-performance fit, and the burly aluminum buckles lock the shell down around your foot for high-powered retention when you're opening things up down big in- and out-of-bounds faces. Even with all this, the Cochise stays comfortable and manageable, thanks to a flexible Quick Instep panel in the front of the boot, which makes it easy to get your feet in and out even in icy weather.


    • Triax 2.0 shell
    • 130 flex and 98mm last
    • UltraFit Pro liner
    • Cuff Mobility System ski/walk mode
    • Interchangeable Techni-Grip rubber DIN and tech soles (tech soles sold separately)
    • PowerLock top buckle and power strap
    • Aluminum buckles
    • Quick Instep easy-on/off design
    • Asymmetrical toe box and pre-punched navicular (top of foot) area
    • Item #TEC000B

    Tech Specs

    Shell Material
    Triax 2.0
    Flex
    130
    Last Width
    98 mm
    Buckles
    4
    Buckle Material
    aluminum
    Walk Mode
    yes, Cuff Mobility System
    Liner
    Ultra Fit Pro
    Binding Compatibility
    alpine DIN
    DIN Certified
    yes
    Sole
    Tecni-Grip rubber
    Claimed Weight
    [single, 26.5] 4 lb 7.7 oz
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain, freeride
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Freaking Love This Boot!

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I've used this boot for the past 4 seasons and it's only gotten better and better. The walk mode is incredible and there's absolutely no sacrifice in performance considering it's a "touring boot". I use this boot for everything: touring, resort skiing, park days... OH and it's extremely warm.

    Built for the downhill

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Touring boots have a trade off between weight and performance. My previous pair of touring boots were Dynafits and they were light but skied like the engineer designed them with paper and a box of crayons. I've generally always felt like touring boots do a terrible job with your static ankle flexion angle (they naturally put you in the back seat which just sucks) but the Cochise is the closest thing I've skied to a real alpine boot. They weigh a bit more as a result, but I'm more interested in not making crap turns on the way down.

    The boots generally have a snug fit on the heel so I have had no issues with blisters or hot spots - I wear a 12 street shoe and went with the 28.5. Awesome to finally be able to tour and not feel like I'm in rear entry gomer boots.

    Four stars because they are a little boxy in the toe area but very satisfied otherwise with the fit. As a general FYI for this review, I am an ex-college racer so I like gear that is capable of being a little more on the aggressive side.

    Updated for 2015/16

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Even though the boot looks the same as the 14/15 version it gets a new updated liner. The 15/16 model gets the all new C.A.S. liner. This liner debuted in the Mach boots last year and has been modified to fit the Cochise boots for 15/16. It features a material called Micro Cell on the outside of the liner. This is a firm material that is premolded at the factory to match the exact anatomy of the foot. Instead of a bunch of soft padding having to push against your foot to hold it in place the micro cell acts like a foam mold of your foot cradling the heal and ankle for a tighter hold. One of the best parts of this material is it is very firm and will not break down over time. Once you're past that initial break in period that is how the heal and ankle will fit for the life of the boot. This is especially important in touring boots when the foot moves around a lot more. Liners tend to pack out easier. Another added benefit is the CAS microcell material can be ground and punched. It's the most customizable liner on the market and comes stock in the Cochise 120, 130 and Pro W as well as all the Mach1 boots from Tecnica. There's no need to pay $700 for a boot then another $200 for an aftermarket liner.

    Updated for 2015/16

    Coach Approved

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    As a former racer turned alpine coach I expect a pretty strong performance out of my boots [read: stiff, responsive]. I'm 175-180bls and I spend 100+ days in ski boots as a ski coach so I need performance and comfort. When I'm not on the race hill I'm skiing pow and touring the backcountry with friends. This boot is the perfect setup for skiers who need a stiff boot that is also lightweight enough for touring. Combine these boots with a custom liner from Intuition and you'll be loving life.

    Unreal Boot

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    last day I did a 100+ day season on the k2 pinnacles, which fell apart on me and when they started to cause foot pain after my first day this season I threw in the towel and fitted up a pair of these.

    These are lighter, stiffer and a better fit, I love them. I'm 190cm and around 80kgs in full gear and ski fast and aggressive in any snow condition and terrain. I find the boot is definitely stiff enough for me with great power transmission.

    I also have done a bit of touring with them, and i'm surprised at how light they are for such a burly boot. They are definitely lighter than the pinnacle and have more ROM which I find is adequate. I recently did a bc trip to the top of Mt Yotei near Niseko and found them very comfortable to tour in for the 5 hour climb, and unreal on the decent. I was using my heavy guardians so my set up wasn't light, but paired with a tech binding weight shouldn't be a huge issue compared to the downhill performance you will have.
    In all, an awesome, confidence inspiring boot for both resort and backcountry skiing #takeyouthere

    Unreal Boot

    The Best Just Got Better

    The Cochise series gets some major updates for 14/15. A new lower shell greatly improves the fit and a new design gives more rearward range of motion without compromising the flex. The Best Just Got Better

    Does anyone know what the forward lean angle on these boots is?

    Best Answer

    Tecnica doesn't publish forward lean angles as there are 10 different ways of measuring it. However they have roughly two more degrees than a Lange RS/RX. Lange publishs their forward lean at. 12* so Cochise boots are around 14*