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Tecnica Ten.2 120 HV Ski Boot

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11 Reviews


Big comfort and gigantic performance for large feet.

Some of us are born with big heads, some with huge ears, and others with giant, yeti-sized feet that just don't fit into ski boots. If you fall into the latter category, Tecnica feels your pain and has a boot just for you, my Sasquatch-pawed friend: the 106mm-lasted Ten.2 120 H.V.L., designed for those who are tired of suffering the pain of boot-inflicted foot-binding. The H.V. (High Volume) last, which checks in at a burly 120 flex, is a full 6mm wider than Tecnica's standard men's last, which may not sound like a lot, but it's a big difference when you consider that the variation between its top-end race and standard all-mountain lasts is only 2mm. Quick Instep, a soft plastic panel molded to the instep of boot, allows the tongue to open fully when pulling the H.V.L on and off, eliminating the hellacious struggle that can leave you exhausted and wanting to go home first thing in the morning, and a pull strap on the tongue gives you all the leverage you need to make entry and exit a breeze.
The upper buckles on the H.V.L feature three-position adjustment, offering 44mm of fit customization that will conform to any leg shape and work in cooperation with the adjustable dual-rivet cuff alignment, allowing you to fine-tune the fit to suit your preferred stance. There's an adjustable rear spoiler, too, that can help you stay forward or ride more upright, and can even be entirely removed to make room for extra-wide calves. If all this doesn't sound comfortable enough, Tecnica also included a UF HV heat-moldable liner for increased customization, an anatomic footbed for cushioned support, and a bi-material sole that helps you stay upright on icy ground and slippery staircases.

  • Polyester shell and cuff
  • Extra-wide 106mm last
  • 120 flex rating
  • UF HV heat-moldable liner
  • Anatomic footbed
  • Four micro-adjustable aluminum buckles
  • 45mm power strap
  • Bi-material sole
  • Item #TEC001O

Tech Specs

Shell Material
[shell, cuff] polyester
Last Width
106 mm
Buckle Material
UltraFit HV
Thermo-moldable Liner
Binding Compatibility
DIN Certified
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

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Fantastic boot

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought this boot at the end of season two years ago. I've skied about 10 days with it so far. It is very comfortable and keeps my feet warm. My local boot fitter did a great job on the initial heat treatment/molding and I do not have any pain or pinches in the toes, shin or calf area. I did purchase a third party insole with extra padding as part of the initial heat molding. After a day on skis my feet still feel great and I always feel thankful that I'm not using rental boots anymore. I am 6'3" and 225lbs and my normal shoe size is 12. I bought these ski boots in size 28.5 - which was smaller than I used to rent, but the boot fitter recommended the smaller size for more control. I have not regretted that advice and love these boots.

Great HV Boot

    I have a wide foot (4E in New Balance and 4E at Alden), which makes boots pretty tricky. Last pair of alpine ski boots I bought was in the early 2000s. The main ankle bolt finally broke down, so I figured it was time. I'm one season in on these Texhnicas and I am very happy with them. Still enough for an aggressive skier (I'm not leaving my skis behind in "must make" turn situations), but they are comfy enough to leave buckled all day after a couple of runs. I highly recommend this boot if you need a high volume solution.

    wow this boot IS wide

      i have been riding for many years a second pair of technica icon tnt carbon 312 mm shells with super feet and they often took 15 minutes just to get my foot into to boot. every run unbuckle to recover from the nerve pressure. but yea they do have control! I'm skiing again after a partial knee replacement and just got these in the mail and on my feet. 27.5 ie same length but what a last. damm if I'm wondering if its too good? so comfy with zero grab around my forefoot. I guess I now have to do Squaw july 4 to see if these bedroom feeling slipper ski boots work.

      I love these boots!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I usaully don't write many reviews, but these boots are worthy of writing about. I'm not a small guy, 6'2", 225lbs. I have wide feet right around 106mm. I have 11.5 foot and purchased the 29.5 boots. From the first time I put these Tecnica 10.2 boots on they fit perfectly. I have always struggled with foot pain with every pair of boots I have ever owned. Not anymore!
      I have around 25 days on them this season, the boots are wearing great, the liners are holding strong. The stiffness is spot on for my riding style. I also found with less foot pain I could ski longer, and without a doubt these have helped my skiing ability and confidence as well. Incredibly comfy and warm boot, perfect for my fat foot, worth every penny!


        My wide feet (110 mm) have been getting crushed for years by ski boots that were too narrow. Like other reviewers, I've had multiple pairs of ski boots tweaked multiple times with no success. I've endured pain, numbness and freezing feet for years. For the first time in 35 + years of skiing my super wide feet are comfortable. I don't have to unbuckle them before getting on the lift and generally do not unbuckle them even when having a few brews afterward. Amazing.

        Note: Give the liner some to break in before making any adjustments. I've gone from a very thin ski sock to a slightly thicker sock as the liner has broken in.

        Game changer

          I have spent the last 15 years being talked into a variety of different high performance custom boots and for the first time i found a good fit. I just learned I have a 111 mm wide foot, have had boots punched and stretched and time and again would have serious pain and numbness. My last boots were Salomon X-Pro 120s and I had to ski with them totally unbuckled to make it to the afternoon. I've had only

          It is wrong width!

            I bought the one which is 106mm width. This one is 102mm width! I can not wear it! I am in China. It take 2 months since come to me today. I am so disappointed!!! I will miss this ski season!

            It is wrong width!

            Oh. My. God. I'm not getting crushed!

            • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

            Getting new ski boots is a pain ... literally. Even more so if you have wide feet, which I most definitely do.

            My last pair of boots (Salomon X-Pro 120) were a serious mistake for me. I paid attention to the wrong person, and have suffered for the last 5 years because I was too stubborn to admit it ... but this year, it was time to say "I love skiing and I don't want my feet to hurt any more", so I started looking to see which boot makers had the widest lasts without having to go custom, and it came down to the Atomic Hawx Magna (102mm last) and the Tecnica Ten.2 HV (106mm last).

            Tried them both on, and the Tecnica out of the box was by far the better choice for my fat feet. Even before heat-molding, these boots were far more comfortable than my old Salomon boots ever were.

            Took them to a highly recommended local boot fitter to get them heat-molded and a very minor shell modification to relieve some pressure on my right pinkie toe. First ski day after fitting were heavenly compared to what I've been coping with for the past several years.

            Since skiing is fun again, my next task will be to figure out what new skis to get, because I'll definitely be getting in enough days to justify the expense.

            I definitely should have listened to my feet sooner.

            Beta: 5'9", 230 lbs, size 9 wide feet. Intermediate skier. 26.5 is the size for me.

            Best boot for my fat foot

            • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

            "Note that at this point I am only using the shell as I had the insole custom fit. In general the natural un-adjusted fit was pretty good and the boot was solid. Good comfort and great response to turning movement. Easy to put on an adjust. Would recommend to anyone with large feet!"


            • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

            I weight 210, 5'10" and I am a intermediate skier, blues and the occasional black, more blacks now though. I have been fighting my boots for two years. I. I had my previous boots professionally fitted and finally said enough, got online and bought these. My wife thought I was crazy, doing it all online. I knew if I went into a shop they would talk me out of them, or say my foot, instep or calve is not that big. I was looking at Apex but thought I would try these first. I am a 10-10.5 shoe so I bought the 28.5s. I could only go a few runs and had take my boots off, not with these, wore them 5 straight hours, never unbuckled , could not believe it. A game changer for me and enjoying our skiing and family trips. They are easy to get into, easy to take off and performance was close to my Hell and Backs. My feet never got hot spots, toe box and calves felt great. I had a smile from ear to ear on the first run and the last.

            If wide feet are wrecking your ski day..

            • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

            Picked these ski boots up for my brother. He is a ripping skier, but his last pair of boots were ruining the fun. He would unbuckle them every time he got on the chair and couldn't ski for more than a couple of hours. We took him to a boot fitter who measured his feet and told him that his "last" (a measure of foot width) was 106 mm, much larger than the normal. While he hasn't yet taken the boots to the hill (no snow yet), he tells me that having tried them on, they are way more comfortable that what he is used to. He said it's the first time in a few years where he can't wait for it to start snowing.