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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 99mm last for a snug, precise fit that helps to eliminate slop on the up and 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 Mobility Cuff 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 C.A.S. shell styles a unique dimpling structure that makes heating and punching more effective for boot fitters. Pair that with Technica's new, thermo-moldable C.A.S. liner made of customizable microcell material, and you're in for a completely comfortable fit that won't have any pressure points or hot spots. The last has been slimmed down to 99mm 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.
- Burliest boot in Tecnica's freeride touring lineup
- Stiff 130 flex ideal for hard-charging skiers
- 99mm last offers a snug, precise fit
- Walk mode lets you go from resort to backcountry touring
- Thermo-moldable liner offers a precise, anatomic fit
- Compatible with tech and alpine bindings
- Item #TEC001X
- Q & A
Haven't had the chance to ski them
Got them fitted and loved the way they felt on my feet and you can definitely tell the 130 flex rating stays true I just ordered them late in the season for next year and will do a full review when I actually ski on them but
Just as good as the Scarpa Freedom RS
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This is a sick boot! Lightweight, bomber, and it has a 130 flex. This boot performs just as well inbounds as it does in the backcountry. The only quam I have with these is that the alpine DIN soles are hand to come by. If you’re looking for a one boot quiver, look no further.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Went from 5 year old Tecnica Agent 130s to the Cochise 130s and I have nothing but good things to say about the Cochise. I was worried about hot spots the first few days after trying them on in the store but I got them heated up and skied 2 days without pain. I was also worried about the flex given the walk mode but again, they are nice and stiff like I hoped. Finally, the walk mode is so nice when you step out of your bindings and walk into the lodge or elsewhere. Overall, I am very happy with my purchase and can't wait to get on the slopes again next week.
Flat feet find happiness
So I've just stepped into these boots and I can feel the difference. Every other AT boot I've owned -- Scarpa Freedom SL, BD Method, and an older Dynafit boot have all killed my instep on the decent -- like spasm and fatigue of my instep muscles. I also ski mostly inbounds and want a boot that performs. I've missed dropping cliffs, ripping chutes, and skiing hard at speed with confidence my boot won't be squirrelly or give out. If you charge and have flat feet, get these boots. They fit better than the new Lange and the K2 Pinnacle. I tried both of those. If you have flat feet and ski at all in the backcountry and need the dynafit compatibility buy these. The navicular punch is perfect for accommodating flat feet. Your feet will thank you.
how much does this boot weigh?
A little over 4 lbs per boot in a 26.5