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Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro Alpine Touring Boot - 2021

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Zero G Tour Pro Alpine Touring Boot

Tecnica's Zero G Tour Pro is a lightweight alpine touring boot that doesn't skimp on downhill performance. As Tecnica's premier backcountry boot, the Zero G Tour Pro provides the stiffest flex available at a weight lower than three pounds thanks to the carbon-infused Grilamid construction. Tecnica's C.A.S (Custom Adaptive Shape) system dimples the boot's shell so boot-fitters can mold it to your foot's shape more precisely. Tecnica updated the boot with a Recco reflector, and it's still outfitted with the tried-and-true double-hitching walk mode latch that stays secure in ski mode and maintains an outstanding 55° range of motion in touring mode.
  • Tecnica's premier ski boot built for backcountry touring
  • 130 is the stiffest flex that Tecnica has to offer
  • 99mm last creates a high-performance fit
  • C.A.S. customizes the boot's shape with a thermo-molding process
  • Light Fit liner includes lace closure and waterproof membrane
  • Walk mode initiates 55° range of motion
  • Vibram rubber sole compatible with tech and AT bindings
  • Recco reflector may assist Recco-equipped patrols to find you in emergencies
  • Item #TECR059

Shell Material
Grilamid [cuff] carbon, Grilamid
Flex
130
Last Width
99mm
Buckles
4
Buckle Material
magnesium
Lean Angle
12° 13°
Walk Mode
55° range of motion
Liner
Light Fit Liner with Laces
Liner Closure
power strap (35mm)
Binding Compatibility
AT, tech
DIN Certified
ISO 9523
Sole
Vibram rubber
Claimed Weight
2lb 14oz
Recommended Use
backcountry touring
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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>Rating: 5

Perfect weight / performance balance

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
27.5
Height
5` 10"
Weight
174 lbs

Bought these for a recent backcountry trip. Conditions were quite crusty due to recent rain event and these boots performed phenomenally. I have a pair of Scarpa Alien RS which are also great (like wearing sneakers) but that would have been unbelievably tough in heavy crust conditions like we faced. Once you get used to the Scarpa's you can take them down most anything but it just is not as fun once the terrain gets more challenging. The Zero G's were very easy on the uphill (light and decent flex) but just awesome on the downhill. Not sure I would call it a 130 flex but it does the trick and really buckles down well. As for sizing - the 28.0 Scarpa Alien RS fits me perfectly and I went with the 27.5 zero Gs which fit great too. The 27.5 zero g has a much longer foot base than the 28.0 Aliens so it just required some slight binding adjustment to swap between the two. I generally run in a 10.5 trail running shoe (Saucony and Saloman) if that helps anyone working on sizing questions.

>Rating: 5

Light, Stiff, and Oh So Right!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
26.5

You might by now know the legendary status of these boots - if you don't - just watch any ski mountaineering/ free touring film in the past year and a half and you will find at least one of the athletes rocking these boots. They are built to do exactly as they are intended - be as light as possible, while still offering a stiff and truly strong progressive 130 flex. - These boots absolutely charge. - They are as light as you are gonna get in the weight class. The weight savings on the buckles, and grilamid plastic, makes them feel light on the approach. - Carbon reinforced provides that stiff strength. - Simple and usable walk mechanism that locks and stays put - no icing up here. And if they do, you can get at it. - Great range of motion for a 4 buckle overlap boot. - Easy to get in and out of (relatively) and the liners out of the box are, in my opinion, fantastic. The game has changed.