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    Zero G Tour Pro Alpine Touring Boot

    The Zero G Tour Pro Alpine Touring Boot is Tecnica's premier ski boot for backcountry skiing. Each boot weighs under three pounds, and still accomplishes the stiffest 130 flex through a carbon, co-injected Grilamid cuff and a burly walk mode latch. Unlike most ultralight ski boots, the Zero G features a new double-blocking, self-adjusting cuff that reduces every kind of play for a locked in feel. Four light Magnesium buckles and a slimmer power strap solidify the boot's secure fit, and Tecnica designed the cuff's buckles so you can latch them on the ascent.

    Tecnica built the boot's shell out of Grilamid for its balances between stiffness, durability, and lightness. The Ultralight Fit liner has a comfortable fit right out of the box, and it's backed with a waterproof, breathable membrane to stay comfy when you're boot-packing through knee-deep powder. The rockered sole promotes boot-packs, rocky ascents, and even glacier traverses thanks to the full-length, grip- and abrasion-resistant Vibram rubber. Unlatched, the Zero G boasts a massive 55° of cuff rotation to provide the easiest ascent possible. It's compatible with tech bindings.

    • Tecnica's lightest, stiffest ski boot for backcountry skiing
    • 130 flex achieved through a carbon fiber cuff
    • Dimpled Grilamid shell customizes to your foot's shape
    • Ultralight Fit liner backed with a waterproof, breathable membrane
    • Rockered sole with Vibram rubber and tech-compatible inserts
    • Burly walk mode latch allows massive 55° cuff rotation
    • Self-adjusting, double-blocking cuff reduces every kind of play
    • Four light buckles and power strap ensure a secure fit
    • Item #TEC003H

    Tech Specs

    Shell Material
    Grilamid [cuff] carbon fiber, co-injected Grilamid
    Last Width
    4 light Magnesium
    Lean Angle
    12 - 13°
    Walk Mode
    55° cuff rotation
    Ultralight Light Fit
    Liner Closure
    laces, Light Lock powerstrap
    Binding Compatibility
    Claimed Weight
    2lb 14oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    One boot-quiver

      I love this boot. At the resort, I never find myself wishing for something burlier. Climbing or touring, I never wish I had something lighter or more minimalist. It drives my bigger skis (Black Crows Animas with Shifts) and is responsive enough to ski bumps and cruddy snow on my smaller skis (RMU apostle 98s with Tectons.) This season I've put in long touring days, big climbing days, and plenty of good resort days (thanks, rad pow season of 2019) and have consistently found myself skiing harder and with more confidence than in my previous boots. My only gripe is that the wire buckle can be a bit futzy -- I'm not sure that its worth the weight savings for the hassle they create.

      touring or resort, it gets the job done

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This is the best crossover touring boot that can also rip the resort as well as any alpine boot. The weight here is light, but not so light that you are sacrificing any performance. Love the liiner in these, reminds me a bit of a slightly burlier backland carbon liner. I love both, but this one has the performance to drive a stiffer boot. I have several Brighton friends that ski these as their everyday in bounds or side country boot as well, they have yet to find a better boot...

      Great boot, 1 minor issue

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      So this is pretty much the boot I have been looking for for about 15 years. Beautiful combination of a stiff aggressiveness, lightweight, and very walkable. My only issue is a very minor one that I have solved with a quick mod but for the price I would expect Tecnica to have solved this issue before releasing. The toe box leaks like a sieve. After even a couple hours of skiing or touring the entire toebox inside the shell is filled with snow. See pics. This results in cold wet feet. I even had to use toe warmers on a few days before I fixed the issue.

      I fixed this by adding a small bit of adhesive foam weather stripping along the shell interface below the toe buckles. Just some cheap window weather stripping stuff. Works great. I kind of feel like I shouldn't have had to do this though.

      Performance wise this is the perfect boot though.

      Great boot, 1 minor issue

      Great touring boot

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I was a little hesitant to get these boots over the others such as the scarpa, but i have loved these. They are light weight and I think technica has made great updates from last years models. These seem lighter and more mobile than last years model and i have really enjoyed them thus far.

      Tecnica Nailed it

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      For years we've had to chose between a boot that either skis OR tours well...until now.

      The redesigned "tour/ski" mechanism is intuitive and simple. In tour mode, the cuff flexes smoothly efficiently with plenty of forward ROM for steep skin tracks. Once flipped to "ski mode" the cuff locks in nicely with no play whatsoever.

      Once locked into ski mode, the boot performs like any 130 flex alpine boot out there. The redesigned "buckles" take a little getting used to, but ultimately I am a fan. It's so nice to not have metal buckles flopping around when you are booting up smacking into rocks.

      The 99mm last, snug heel pocket and updated liner are perfect for my narrow foot. For me, the out-of-the-box fit was perfect.

      Overall, this is an insanely light touring boot that can rip like a true 130 flex alpine boot.

      Fight Gravity

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Tecnica did some amazing things when they updated the Zero G boot line up. Not only is this boot stiffer, but it comes in at an overall weight that rivals the Maestrale/Atomic Hawx XTD.

      I grew up ski racing and always reach for a stiff 4 buckle - and for a few years now, a number of brands have offered up their best version for a 4 buckle overlap boot that can not only ski, but tours great. Tecnica nailed it with this update.

      Some things that are clear updates from the older model.

      - Updated walk mode that is simple, stiff, and doesn't ice up of stick. A full lever mechanism that is a simple flick to switch between tour and ski. It also features a "level lock" that keeps the spine of the boot from having much play.

      - Range of motion. For the stiffness and weight of this boot, the range of motion may be unparalleled among the current touring boots on the market. It's more than enough range to make kick turns seamlessly.

      - Buckle and straps design. Still with 4 buckles - these sleek/light yet seemingly fool proof buckle system utilizes loops of cable to cut down on weight. I honestly think that all light alpine boots should switch over to these buckles as they are less likely to break, ice up, or bang around when not buckled. The buckles on the forefoot are offset and allow for a nice precise fit - i have a wider foot, but need my arch to be supported - so i can keep loose the front buckle, while ratcheting down the second one. The power strap is nice and wide to tension down and achieve stiffness yet made of lightweight material. The strap is fastened using a loop and hook which makes taking on off the boot much easier.

      - The upper and lower cuff interface features a softer plastic at the entry point which makes it much easier to get in and out of this boot.

      - The liner has improved and has a much nice "out of box" feel. I often replace my liners with after markets, but these i have really liked.

      -Improved rocker profile +range of motion makes walking/climbing in this boot feel way more natural than the previous model.

      TLDR: The boot skis awesome, as true as a 130 touring boot gets, and the range of motion, weight, and fit make it a great uphill boot. For someone like myself who can't make up there mind between a cabrio/overlap boot that needs a stiff flex - i really like the simplicity and overall performance of this boot.