Exercise your inner speed demon.
Challenge the Devil to a race, win, and take home his soul, courtesy of the Tecnica Demon 130 Men's Ski Boot. Based on the same last and stance used in Tecnica's World Cup boots, the Demon boasts a hard-charging 130 flex that will dominate any terrain that you throw it at, with a 100mm last that allows you to crush icy groomers, heavy crud, and blower powder without having to sacrifice your feet. To keep the sole rigid, Tecnica built in an underfoot carbon steel Power Chassis, which increases precision and power transfer into the ski without adding unnecessary weight, and added a steel iRebound flex management plate in the back of the boot, linking the body and upper cuff to provide torsional stiffness and rear support.
Three buckle designs are popular these days, but for a straight performance boot like the Demon, four buckles and a power strap are still the preferred configuration for maximum power and precision. The upper buckles feature 3-position catches, which are attached with adjustable rivets and provide 44mm of extended fit to better conform to all leg shapes, and an adjustable and removable spoiler to help customize your stance. Dual cuff alignment rivets increase the customization possibilities, and a heat-moldable QuadraFit liner features 4-layer construction to provide the optimum combination of comfort and performance. This is no evil plug boot, either―a Quick Instep plastic insert and hinged instep buckle catch make getting the Demon on and off a simple task, giving you more time to shred and less reason to sit in the lodge with your boot half-on and tears in your eyes.
- 130 flex and 100mm last
- Underfoot carbon steel Power Chassis
- iRebound flex management plate
- Upper buckles feature 3-position adjustable catches
- Dual cuff alignment
- Heat-moldable QuadraFit liner
- Quick Instep plastic insert and hinged instep buckle catch
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Tecnica Demon 130 Ski Boot - Men's
When purchasing online, what is the beast...
When purchasing online, what is the beast way to utilize the heat moldable liner?
I would recommend getting your liners thermal-molded by a local ski shop once they arrive to you. Without getting the liners molded, the boots are generally VERY uncomfortable!