The Tecnica Inferno 110 is a high powered boot with a world cup race design. The Tecnica Quick Instep gives you the low volume feel and performance with out the nasty pain when you enter and exit the boot. A softer piece of plastic is molded in the instep of the boot that lets your foot slide in and out much easier. The Carbon Steel Buckles of the Inferno 110 are low profile, aero dynamic, light weight and extremely durable. A Velcro Spoiler, and Triple Position Cuff Catches, and will help you adjust your forward lean, and get the fit of the cuff dialed in just right. A 45 mm Velcro Power Strap acts as a fifth buckle to give you more power and leverage for driving your new GS skis toward the finish line. The Inferno 110 addresses one of the major problems in race boots (cold toes) by adding PrimaLoft Insulation in the Neoprene Toe box, to keep you warm as you wait your turn in the starting gate. If you are looking for a high powered race boot the Tecnica Inferno 110 should be first on your list when it is your turn lined up behind the wand.
Both of my sons are junior racers who grew up skiing Tecnica, so I have a positive attitude toward the brand. I ski 40-50 days per year on Mt. Hood, and am really satisfied with the 110 Inferno low volume fit.It's a bit roomier over my low arch foot than I would like, but that is a problem for me with all boots. The boot provides very good snow feel, and is quick turning. The flex is a bit soft, but I can live with it. Street shoe size 11.5, boot size (279.5). The liner is of disappointing quality, and packed out after 2-3 uses, so be prepared to add a custom liner.
Q: Do you know what the last(width of the toe box) is on these? I have a wide foot & need plenty of room .I had for a very long time a pair of Tecnica's & they fit pretty good but were always tight in the width department.
A: Yes the lower volume, higher flex Tecnica Inferno 110 boot will be ideal for the advanced skier who likes a race like fit.
Answered : Sep 03, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
A: Yes - good idea. I'm in the same age and ability range. I got a pair late last season after skiing Lange for years. I was a little concerned they wouldn't be stiff enough, but that's not the case. The 110 flex was fine, and you can really dial in the fit. And unlike my Langes, I can get in and out of the boot easily! Great value at this price...