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The race-worthy Tecnica Inferno 130 Ski Boot for Men is designed for maximum speed and performance while staying within FIS equipment regulations. The carbon steel Power Chassis integrated into the sole of the boot provides increased rigidity for a direct boot to binding connection that maximizes power transmission while the Quick Instep system allows you to get in and out of the boot without passing out. Add in the race-specific stance and Ultra Fit Pro heat-moldable liner, and you're ready for face-melting speeds on and off the course. 

  • With an adjustable stiff 130 flex, this boot is built to perform for the most aggressive racers
  • 98mm last and race-specific stance are designed to maximize speed and performance while staying within FIS regulations
  • Ultra Fit Pro heat-moldable liner ensures the custom fit top athletes demand and features a neoprene toe box for extra comfort
  • Dual 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
  • Four carbon steel buckles and a power lock 45mm strap enable you to significantly increase the stiffness of the boot when tightened down
  • Tongue and rear pull straps help you easily pull the liner out for fast drying
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Too narrow for me.

    I had gotten a sleazy deal on these and tried them out. Even with them getting punched out and having the heat formed inserts they still haven't worked out.

    I could get half a day in before my feet cried mercy. It's not the boots fault. They perform awesome.

    Such a great boot. I am totally bummed.

    best boots ever

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    These are for sure the best boots I've ever skied. Super responsive, great flex, and nice and stiff laterally. Love how they fit, and didn't have to have too much work done to them. Built in power strap is a nice add-on too. No complaints!

    Lowest Volume Fit Out

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    The Inferno mold from Tecnica is one of the lowest volume lasts on the market. They have the closest shell to foot contact out there for a true 98mm boot. My foot measures a 12.5C and I can wear the 28.5 Inferno 130 with only a little bit of grinding to make some room lengthwise for my toes. There are manufacturers that claim their boots measure 97mm across the forefoot. I guarantee you that the Inferno is lower volume. The great thing about the Inferno mold is that they have a little higher instep. This higher instep combined with the Quick Instep feature (softer piece of co molded plastic over the instep) means they're much easier to get in and out of as compared to other low volume boots on the market. If you've got skinny feet with normal to high insteps look no farther than the Inferno 130.

    Not just a race boot!

      This is my everyday boot and I love it. The inferno has a super even and nice flex for free skiing. This is for those skiers that want the highest performing boots even when freeskiing. Sidenote: these boots held up super after a season of dragging toes on the tram plaza.

      how do you work the Ultra Fit Pro heat-moldable...

      how do you work the Ultra Fit Pro heat-moldable liner ?

      Best Answer

      Just with your body heat, the heat-moldable liners will automatically mold to the contours of your foot . If you want an exact impression of your foot, you can get them heat molded. I would recommend bringing them to a ski shop if you are not familiar with this process. The price will vary per shop but is usually around $50. If you are feeling adventurous and want to try this yourself, you can always find a "how to" video on youtube that will help assist you with properly heat-molding your liners.