Tecnica Zero G Peak Carbon Alpine Touring Boot

$949.95 USD
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Tecnica Zero G Peak Carbon Alpine Touring Boot - 23.5 / Black/Orange ships early fall

Features

  • Carbon cuff and Carbon injection provide unparalleled stiffness and performance in a sub-1000 gram boot
  • Overlapping shell, 40mm cinching power strap, and two buckle design provide a secure performance fit
  • C.A.S. shell and liner are moldable and punchable to fit a wide range of feet and to provide ultimate comfort 
  • Power Frame and Carbon Co-Injection reduce overall weight while increasing stiffness and torsional rigidity
  • Rockered Vibram sole makes provides traction while boot packing
  • Waterproof gaiter keeps your feet warm and dry
  • T-Hike walk mechanism utilizes a double-locking system to further enhance downhill performance
  • 75-degree range of motion provides a natural and smooth stride for efficient touring 
  • Description

    The Tecnica Zero G Peak Carbon Alpine Touring Boot is a boot that promises to change the game in the sub-100 gram boot category. With a design that refuses to compromise downhill performance, Tecnica has performed some sort of deal-with-the-devil to create a boot that skis like a dream and goes uphill just as well. Carbon cuff and reinforcement, a bomber walk mech, and dialed buckles all set this boot apart. A new standard for how light boots should ski has been set.

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    Why We Like the Tecnica Zero G Peak Carbon Alpine Touring Boot

    With the Tecnica Zero G Peak Carbon, Tecnica has entered the sub-1000 gram boot category with a boot that skis as well as it tours. Tecnica won our hearts with the Zero G boot line because simply put, they skied so dang well. With the Peak series, Tecnica has applied that same uncompromising attention to downhill performance into a boot that's light enough for even the most die-hard speed tourers. The result is a boot that is a genre-bending blend of uphill speed and downhill performance and rigidity.

    Tecnica has taken years of experience making the some of best-performing downhill boots on the market and applied that knowledge to the Peak. They've used an overlapping shell design which gives a better performance fit and a "T-Hike" walking mechanism which is a lightened version of the bomber walk mech on the Zero G boots. This means the full carbon cuff has a completely rigid connection to the rest of the boot and ensures lateral power transfer and a strong, progressive flex. The Peak Carbon also has a Power Frame and Carbon Co-injection, this allows the overall thickness of the shell to be reduced while still maintaining remarkable torsional stiffness. The sole of the Peak Carbon is reinforced with bi-directional carbon fiber for an additional 10% boost in torsional stiffness so you can have unparalleled edge control. A boot is only as good as its fit, and the Tecnica C.A.S. liner and shell ensure this boot will fit like a glove. The liner is fully moldable and dual-density foam around the heel offers maximum heal retention. The C.A.S. shell is punchable and optimized for the customization process, so hot spots can be a thing of the past. The Tecnica Zero G Peak Carbon packs downhill performance into every gram, and the result is a true mountain conquering, powder slashing, vert crushing beast. Throw out everything you think you know about how light boots should ski– the game has been changed. 

  • Carbon cuff and Carbon injection provide unparalleled stiffness and performance in a sub-1000 gram boot
  • Overlapping shell, 40mm cinching power strap, and two buckle design provide a secure performance fit
  • C.A.S. shell and liner are moldable and punchable to fit a wide range of feet and to provide ultimate comfort 
  • Power Frame and Carbon Co-Injection reduce overall weight while increasing stiffness and torsional rigidity
  • Rockered Vibram sole makes provides traction while boot packing
  • Waterproof gaiter keeps your feet warm and dry
  • T-Hike walk mechanism utilizes a double-locking system to further enhance downhill performance
  • 75-degree range of motion provides a natural and smooth stride for efficient touring 
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