Haunt the whole mountain.
Most of the time you're a pretty nice guy, but when you step into the Tecnica Demon 120 Ski Boot things get a little scary. The carbon steel Power Chassis begs to be turned loose for face-melting corduroy burners while four buckles and a 45mm power strap securely anchor in your feet for the ride. The Ultra Fit Pro liner is heat moldable for a custom fit that will keep you comfy and warm when you put in a full day's work terrorizing your way across the entire mountain.
- With an adjustable stiff 120 flex, this boot is built for aggressive performance all over the mountain
- 100mm last provides a snug performance-minded fit without crushing your foot
- Ultra Fit Pro heat-moldable liner ensures the custom fit top athletes demand and features a neoprene toe box for extra comfort
- Cuff alignment system allows you to align the cuff to follow the shape of your lower leg for increased comfort and performance
- Rear spoiler can be adjusted or removed with hook-and-loop attachment
- Power Chassis features a carbon steel frame integrated into the sole of the boot for maximum precision and power transmission
- Quick Instep System with softer plastic in the instep area and Hinged Instep catch that allows the instep buckle to be rotated away from the shell both enable the boot to slide on and off with ease
- I-Rebound system, a metal plate connecting the cuff to the lower shell, delivers flex resistance, power rebound, and rear support
- Four aluminum buckles and a 45mm power strap enable you to significantly increase the stiffness of the boot when tightened down
- Rubber TechniGrip heel offers secure footing on sketchy resort walkways
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So I've now had 10 days in these boots and I can say that I'm pretty stoked with their performance. I did have custom beds installed so they seems super tight at first but now they are feeling good. Also I went a full size smaller than my old boot and it has helped in turning quicker and my performance in all snow conditions. Solid boot w/ good flex and power! Nice job Tecnica.
I'm debating between these and the Cochise...
I'm debating between these and the Cochise 120. I'm a fairly aggressive, advanced, skier. Mostly the back bowls of Vail but on a rare occasion (maybe once a season), I'll do some hiking. So the "side country" aspect of the Cochise isn't all that important to me. BTW - I'm currently skiing in Tecnica Icon TNTs from about 8-10 years ago. I have no idea what the specs were on that boot but they aren't what I would describe as comfortable even after a professional fitting and custom foot beds. I guess my question is, which should I be looking at?