The Tecnica Cochise 120 DYN Alpine Touring Ski Boots are at or near the top in sales numbers for "crossover" boots year after year, and we don't expect that to change with the 2020 model. What do you get? A supremely versatile boot that's powerful enough to drive any ski in the quiver, goes uphill almost as well as it goes downhill, and is compatible with any alpine or touring binding on the market. If that's not enough, the well-designed C.A.S. shell and grindable C.A.S. bootboard make the Cochise 120 your bootfitter's friend when it comes to getting the fit right.
Last: 99 mm – Performance average fit for people with normal width and volume feet.
C.A.S. Shell – Custom Adaptive Shape shells are anatomically formed around the heel and problem areas at the factory. Common punch zones are plainly marked with a dot grid pattern on the shell, and the new polyether and Triax 3.0 shell materials offer improved stability when heated.
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