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The Tecnica Interchangeable Alpine Touring Boot Footprint is the backcountry complement to your Tecnica Cochise boots. Just unscrew your original DIN soles using the included allen key, replace them with the tech-binding-compatible footprint, and go hunting for fresh tracks.  One size fits all.

  • Compatible with Technica Cochise series boots
  • Designed for use with tech bindings
  • Allen key and screws included
  • One size fits all

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Will these be back in stock any time soon?

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Hey kph1171719815

sadly we don't have an order for them just yet. It's a bit early for the season so I would suggest checking back around end of September perhaps mid October. That is usually when we get our next years stock in. I hope that this helps and let us know if you have any more questions.


Compatible w Marker Kingpins?

Will the tech heel piece work w the kingpin? If not, will the alpine heel work w 'em?

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The Tech Heel Piece will work with the King Pin, you just have to be wary with bindings like the Beast which have an after market piece you need to put on your boot.

You can call or email me directly. 801-736-6398, or

I'm confused by the conflicting descriptions...

I'm confused by the conflicting descriptions here -- are these to allow fitting to a tech binding? Or a DIN alpine binding?

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Hey Chris,

We actually sell both the Tech and the DIN options through this product number but currently we are sold out of the Tech Soles which is why only the DIN option is showing up.

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I agree the description on this item is really confusing. I ordered a set of these expecting to be able to convert my boot from alpine to tech, but instead received the sole for converting a tech fitting to alpine.

I was able to return the item no problem, but this should probably be under two different items on the site.

Has anyone tried using these tech soles...

Has anyone tried using these tech soles with the dynafit radical bindings? Is it 100% compatiable? I am using the Cochise 90 with the tech soles and am hoping to get dynafit radicals on my Rossi Soul 7's.

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I have these soles on my Bodacious boots and have used them with dynafit radical bindings, they will be compatible on your cochise boots as well.

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Yep, I have the Cochise 120s with these soles, works perfectly with the radical FTs.

Are the Tech Soles compatible with DIN...

Are the Tech Soles compatible with DIN bindings? I own Salomon Gardian 16 touring bindings and I'm looking for more traction when walking on my tecnica boots.

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It's sort of a grey area, it's not something you can do with a binding like the marker duke, since the toe height is set, but with the Guardians the toe height is adjustable and you adjust to have your boot sole floating instead of relying on an AFD plate for proper release of the toe. Basically, it's not a definite yes or no, you want to take them into a shop so that the toe height can be properly adjusted to the sole to guarantee that they will release but it is possible.

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No they are NOT!
I busted my knee this winter because the toes did not release. DINS were only at 8 (over a capability of 16). Never combine!

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Swappable soles for Any Cochise boot.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These soles work for any of the Cochise and Demon ski boots. If your DIN soles are just worn out you can replace them with the DIN option. If you want to swap the DIN soles that on your Cochsie 90,110,120,130 with some Tech Compatible AT soles get the Black Tech Compatible soles. There are 4 screws in the toe and three in the heel that screw into metal inserts in the boots. The soles also use a bit of a dovetail system so they need to be slid off forwards and backward to be removed.