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Tecnica Cochise 120 Ski Boots

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Overview

Width: Medium - boot width of 100-103mm; average-advanced skier

Medium - boot width of 100-103mm; average-advanced skier

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: Stiff - ideal for true intermediate to expert level skiers

Stiff - ideal for true intermediate to expert level skiers

 

The Cochise 120 from Tecnica makes a great boot for the advanced to expert skier that has a tall instep, medium to narrow forefoot width, and a medium to narrow shaft of the leg. Tecnica's IFS (Intelligent Free Mountain System) gives you a high amount of rearward mobility, when you pull the tab located on back spine of the boot to unlock the upper cuff from the lower shell to allow you to hike or skin uphill easier. The 45mm Power Lock Strap can be loosened when it is time to move uphill with the flip of a switch, and keeps a firm wrap across your leg when moving downhill. The Cochise 120 has Tecnica's Ultra Fit Pro C.A.S. (Custom Adaptive Shape) that utilizes cork, which will allow a skilled bootfitter to easily dial the fit in for you by heating, grinding or punching the liner. Tecnica's Quick Instep Construction has a softer injected plastic placed over the instep of the foot that makes the Cochise 120 very easy to enter and exit. If you are a charging skier looking for a precise fit that you can hike and skin with, the Tecnica Cochise will make a great selection.


  • Best Fits a Medium to Narrow Forefoot, Medium to Narrow Shaft of the Leg, and a Tall Instep
  • IFS (Intelligent Free Mountain System)
  • 45mm Power Lock Strap
  • Ultra Fit Pro C.A.S. Liner
  • Quick Instep

 

Skill Range: Advanced-Expert


Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use  All Mountain Forefoot Width  100mm Actual Flex  120
Buckle Count  3 Cuff Alignment  Single Ski/Walk  Yes
Warranty  One Year Skill Range  Advanced-Expert Model Year  2016
Model Number  10172100 255 Product ID  388650   
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Really, really nice boots. I wish they didn't cause my high instep foot to go numb. They are listed as high instep, but trust me, they work better for low/mid height insteps. The length is true. The width seems fairly roomy for a 100mm boot...Read More
 
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Q: Can these boots be used with tech bindings?
Asked : Oct 16, 2017
By : Joe, United States
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A: Out of the box the Cochise 120 is not compatible with tech bindings. Tecnica does produce tech soles that are compatible with this boot that are available for separate purchase.
Answered : Oct 17, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: What is the BSL for this boot in a 27.5? I tried on the 2018 version of this boot today - other than the addition of the 4th buckle is there a big change between the two?
Asked : Oct 05, 2017
By : Fred, United States
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A: The fit of the 2018 version is a little different. The last on the 2018 got narrower by 1mm and the shell has a different shape to it. The BSL of the 27.5 is 310mm.
Answered : Oct 06, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: does this boot come with interchangable soles?
Asked : Mar 10, 2017
By : mike, medford, or
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A: Interchangeable soles are not included with this boot.
Answered : Mar 10, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: What is the length of the boot for a 26.5 mm sole? I need a 309mm To fit my skis
Asked : Feb 19, 2017
By : Brett, Bemidji
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A: It's actually 310mm for a 26/26.5 boot.
Answered : Aug 23, 2017
By : Froggy, United States
Q: The overview states: "The Cochise 120 has Tecnica's Ultra Fit Pro C.A.S. (Custom Adaptive Shape) that utilizes cork, which will allow a skilled bootfitter to easily dial the fit in for you by heating, grinding or punching the liner. " Does this mean that if I purchase these boots that I then have to take them and pay to have a skilled bootfitter customize them to fit my feet before I can use them?
Asked : Jan 08, 2017
By : Rob, Wilmington, NC
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A: The Cochise 120 has a great fit if you fit into 100mm last this boot should work good for you. Tecnica makes this shell and liner very easy for a bootfitter to work with and customize, but it is not required.
Answered : Jan 10, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: what does "instep high" mean on the description of the tecnica Cochise 120?
Asked : Feb 07, 2016
By : Lilly, boulder
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A: The instep of your foot is the area directly above the arch on the top of your foot. If you have a high instep you most likely have a tall arch, or if you have a low arch you most likely have a low instep. Arch height and instep height go hand in hand.
Answered : Feb 08, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
 
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