Zero G Scout Tour Boot
As the stiffest women-specific offering in Tecnica's touring-specific Zero G line, the Women's Zero G Scout Tour Boot provides the performance you need to slay steep, technical descents, but doesn't compromise a bit when it comes to the climb, either. With an impressive 55-degree cuff rotation in walk mode and Tecnica's new Double Blocking Mobility Cuff System, a lever that engages at the cuff and lower part of the shell to reduce play and increase stability in ski mode, you'll move efficiently on the climbs without any loss of efficiency on the descents. The boot's medium last is generous enough to remain comfortable during long tours without compromising performance, while the stiff 115 flex is most suitable for hard-charging lady rippers who require reliable power transfer to maneuver their sticks.
The Grilamid shell keeps the Zero G Scout ultralight without sacrificing any of the boot's necessary stiffness, and utilizes Tecnica's Custom Adaptive Shape shell design, which is anatomically shaped to match your foot, featuring dimples on the shell that makes customization easier for your boot fitter. Inside the boot, the ultralight liner is equipped with laces so you can dial perfectly dial in the fit and the feel every time you step into the boot. To prevent wet, cold feet, the liner also boasts a waterproof, breathable membrane, keeping you out longer on days when the powder is deep. And, since it's rare you'll ever go a season without an icy bootpack to get to the soft, powdery goods, the rockered sole is outfitted with sticky, durable Vibram rubber to ensure you always have a secure grip.
- Lightweight, touring-specific boot to access fresh lines
- Stiff 115 flex is suitable for hard-charging lady shredders
- 99-millimeter last blends performance and comfort
- 55-degree range of motion ensures efficient uphill strides
- Grilamid shell is lightweight but maintains stiffness
- Shell can be customized for precise fit
- Ultralight liner with laces snugly hugs foot for supportive comfort
- Vibram rubber soles deliver reliable traction on icy bootpacks
- Item #TEC003M
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Haven't tried these touring, but skied them at the resort and they were great. Plenty of support on groomers, chop, trees. They are well-suited to narrow feet. I'm a 7.5/8 in street shoes and got the 23.5 in these.
I have an extremely narrow foot that's also very long with a randomly freakish long big toe. I am always scared of my alpine boots because they hurt. But these hugged my foot so well and I just had the toe punched out so that they will fit absolutely perfect. One thing, I wear a size 9 street shoe and I ordered a 24.5 in these boots. I tried them on before purchasing at a local store, which I'd highly recommend. But for a narrow foot I'd say get this boot!! I also did lots of research on touring and these have a nice quality as the top strap easily loosens and tightens for easy access on the hill.