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Dynafit HOJI FREE 110 Alpine Touring Boot

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Put on Dynafit's new Hoji Free 110 alpine touring boot - lock it into ski mode, be very impressed - unlock it into tour mode, be blown away.  This is truly a one boot to rule them all type boot. It skis like an alpine boot and walks uphill like a ski mountaineer race boot.  The newest member of Dynafit’s award winning Hoji family, this boot has all of the same features, performance, materials and construction of the Hoji Free 130 but with a progressive 110 forward flex rating. 

This is the boot that many of us have been waiting for. There are slashers and chargers out there that stomp forty foot cliffs and slash AK faces in three turns.  Those of us that do not charge quite as hard as Eric Hjorleifson, have been salivating at the functionality, fit and utility of the Hoji Free in a boot we can actually flex into a turn.

Just like its burley sibling, the Hoji 110 has full heel and toe compatible bails, and updated forward lean, and can be used with any Alpine MNC plated binding as well as any Alpine Touring binding on the market.  The Hoji Free 110 uses a combination of Grilamid and Fiberglass to give the boot a progressive 110 flex similar to that of an alpine boot. The Hoji ultra lock strap gives you the ability to quickly change from walk mode to send mode and back again with just the flick of the heal latch. The final addition to the Hoji Free 110 is the added spoiler that can be removed to change the forward lean from 17 degrees to 11 degrees.

The Hoji Free 110 has a slightly narrower fit like the 130 and features a new thermo-moldable liner and footbed designed by the experts at Sidas exclusively for the Hoji Free line.  As with all of Dynafit touring boots, the Hoji free features a Pomoca rubber sole to allow any skier to travel over mixed terrain with ease.  Pick your stiffness and know that the Hoji Free will really ski as good or better than your alpine boot and then allow you to drive a stick shift back home wearing them!  

  • Functionally designed, lightweight touring boot
  • 110 flex for boot to ski feel
  • 102mm last for versatile fit
  • 55 degree cuff articulation for efficient touring
  • 11 degree forward lean
  • Pomoca Climb Sole, Grilamid Fiberglass Shell, and Custom Thermo-moldable Sidas liner for traction, durability, and comfort
  • Tech, frame, and MNC alpine binding compatible
Specs Product Details
Weight 1500g (27.5)
Flex 110
Last Width 102mm
Material Grilamid
Forward Lean 11 degrees
Cuff Articulation 55 degrees
Sole Pomoca
Buckles 3 Buckles with Power Strap
Binding Compatibility Tech, AT
Manufactuer Warranty 5 Year (with Extended Warranty)

Is renting right for you?

Rentals are a great way to lower the cost for your first time trying the sport and narrowing down what you are looking for. We rent both super light fitness setups for resort uphilling as well as all mountain skis better for backcountry and soft snow.

There are a few limitations of renting. Most importantly the demands on your feet for walking uphill in a hard plastic require a level of boot fitting and customization that is impossible to get in rental boot. This could set you up for some discomfort. There are too many models of skis out there to try them all, so demoing to buy has become impossible. In the end, once you are hooked for the sport, working with our backcountry experts will be the most efficient and least expensive way to get dialed in the perfect setup for you.


Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Mixed Experience

I purchased boots, orthodics, bindings and skins from Cripple Creek-Carbondale. The purchase part, especially the service from Brandon, was outstanding. Careful, thoughtful, helpful and polite. Unfortunately, after promising that they would have the bindings installed within 48 hours and would call to confirm, they neither called me nor were the bindings ready until 2 days later. And even then, because I called and begged them to have them ready as I live a full 45 minutes away from the store. And even when I showed up at the appointed day and time, I had to come back twice before they finally were ready. So follow up could only be classified as poor. I have yet to use the equipment sold, so cannot comment on that.

Megan Keran
Working it out

I’ve taken the boots out once thus far. They were good but ended up being painful in the end. Probably just need a few adjustments and they will be great!