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Tecnica Cochise Pro 130 Ski Boots

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Width: Narrow - boot width of 95-99mm; ideal for racers and experts

Narrow - boot width of 95-99mm; ideal for racers and experts

Instep Height: High - circumference of instep <br> > 1/2 the length of your foot

High - circumference of instep
> 1/2 the length of your foot

Calf Volume: Standard - you have lower volume, narrow legs or high calves

Standard - you have lower volume, narrow legs or high calves

Flex: Very Stiff - ideal for the strongest, most aggressive skiers

Very Stiff - ideal for the strongest, most aggressive skiers

 

The Tecnica Cochise Pro 130 is a powerful boot for backcountry skiers that want a boot that is compatible with Dynafit, Alpine Touring, or standard Alpine Bindings that can charge in any type of terrain. Now the Cochise Pro 130 is made with the C.A.S. (Custom Adaptive Shape) Liner and Shell that is a dream for a bootfitter to work with. Tecnica's Power Light Design uses a Bi-Injected Frame that is 30% thinner than before, but 2.5 times stiffer that keeps the integrity up, and saves 18% of the total weight of the boot. The Mobility Cuff uses a metal-on-metal connection that delivers a 42 degree range of motion for easy hiking or skinning your way up to a powder paradise. If you never know if you are going to be spending the day in the backcountry or tearing around the resort and want a boot that is compatible with different binding styles, the Cochise Pro 130 is the boot for you.


  • Best Fits a Narrow Forefoot and Narrow Shaft of the Leg
  • Compatible with AT, DIN, and Dynafit Bindings
  • C.A.S. Liner
  • C.A.S. Shell
  • Mobility Cuff
  • Lightweight Lift Lock Buckles
  • Aqua Stop Water Protection
  • Power Light Design

 

Skill Range: Advanced-Pro


Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use Side Country / Backcountry Forefoot Width 99mm Actual Flex 130
Buckle Count 4 Cuff Alignment None Ski/Walk Yes
Warranty One Year Skill Range Advanced - Pro Model Year 2018
Model Number 10174000 265 Product ID 431150   
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Perfect out of the box. They require a little modification. I love Tecnica This is my fourth pair of Tecnicas ..I’ve gone to othe brands, and I will always come back to this boot. The best!!!!!
 
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Q: How much does the boot weigh
Asked : Aug 17, 2017
By : Steve, New Zealand
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A: At this time, the only size that I have in stock is the 29.5. The 29.5 weighs 10.4lbs.
Answered : Aug 17, 2017
By : Adam, United States
Q: What forward lean (skiing angle) do the boots have in ski-mode?
Asked : Nov 25, 2016
By : Frigo, Halmstad, Sweden
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A: Tecnica does not publish their forward lean angles on this boot. I do not have this information for you.
Answered : Nov 28, 2016
By : Adam, United States
Q: hi!is it sure tested to work with marker kingpin?
Asked : May 08, 2016
By : pepe, oulu finland
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A: This boot is compatible with AT bindings like the Marker Kingpin. Aftermarket walking soles are sold separately for easier hiking, but as it stands the Cochise 130 is compatible.
Answered : May 09, 2016
By : Adam, United States
 

 

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