6 varianter. Fri frakt. But give me a minute to get some more time in these, and then check back for updates on fit. When I’m touring I’ll typically end up skiing a lot of weird, unpredictable snow. it slides up above the carbon cuff and doesn’t cinch down tight anyway. Tecnica claims the new liner fits much better out of the box since they can more easily integrate it into the shell. Looking to find a bolt on spoiler to try to get some more forward lean since I have a skinny lower leg. Alpine touring boots are one of the biggest trends in the ski industry right now. Perhaps it saves three grams per boot, and does look cool. The Zero G Tour Pro weighs just 1,320 grams, thanks to it's carbonfiber-Grilamid cuff, and boasts a 55° range of motion in hike mode. If they fit your foot, I can see why people really like the ZeroG, unfortunately, they don’t fit my foot as I have a fairly high instep. Speaking of which…. Size 28.5 (Seattle) $500. They would be fine for snow and ice up to grade 3. The flex feels very nice indeed (at shop temperature). So, feel free to go farther, higher, bigger, and faster. What do you think of using the Tecnica zero G pro tour on piste given their high and progressive flex? Hey Rob, the liners are thicker in the Cochise but the shells are the same shape and size. The main problem area I have in the boot is on the outside of my midfoot, where I’ve experienced a pretty significant amount of pain after long days of touring. That’s extremely impressive, and is why it’s my favorite touring … Given those parameters which direction would you recommend……Scarpa Maestraele ? Luke: I’ve already expended way too many words on this, so here’s the final summary: The Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro is a touring boot that weighs just over 1300 grams, walks really, really well, and it has a flex pattern that is not only nearly as stiff as a 130-flex alpine boot, but that’s also nice and progressive. It sounds pretty upright to me. Tecnica claims this walk mode allows for increased rearward ROM and also decreases potential deformation of the shell in downhill mode. No boot can be the best at everything. I cannot emphasise enough how hard these boots are to get on when cold. TECNICA scarponi ZERO 0G Pro Guide ski touring, per lo sci alpinismo, presentati alla fiera Ispo Monaco 2016. Thanks!! The Zero G Tour Pro doesn’t walk quite as well as lighter boots like the Salomon S/Lab X-Alp, but the difference isn’t extreme. The Zero G spirit is about staying true to our Austrian, alpine roots. Kommentar schreiben. Whether you choose to tour on them or not, the Zero G, Lange XT Free Tour, K2 Pinnacle Pebax and Atomic Hawx Ultra Tour (or whatever they eventually call it) are headed to market soon. The walk mechanism, buckles, and power strap are all still working perfectly. Next month, we will be publishing our head to head comparisons of the Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro, the (very good) Atomic Hawx Ultra XTD 130, Head Kore 1, Salomon S/Lab MTN, Scarpa Maestrale RS, Fischer Ranger Free 130, and a few other ~130-flex touring boots currently on the market. Similar Items. But since the Zero G Tour Pro comes in significantly lighter than a lot of those boots, I think it should be particularly appealing to those who tend to do longer tours and will appreciate that lower weight, but who aren’t willing to go to the much lighter (and softer) ~1000-1200 g boots. The flexible loops not only “clip” securely into the “touring clip” in their most open setting, but the buckles also “lock” in the open position. The evo size chart only shows down to a 24 with 285 bsl. The Zero G Tour Pro’s weight puts it between the categories of ~1400-1500 gram, 130-flex touring boots designed for aggressive downhill skiing (e.g., Salomon S/Lab MTN & Atomic Hawx Ultra XTD 130) and lighter, more uphill-oriented boots like the Salomon S/Lab X-Alp, Dynafit TLT7, Atomic Backland Carbon, etc. Next up is the buckle system, Tecnica have made use of some extremely lightweight cable-style buckles that latch onto each rung to tighten the cuff shut. After 1 week on them I can't imagine skiing anything else; they tour probably 90% as well as the Travers, maybe slightly better than the Atomic Backland Carbon w/the tongue in and decidedly better than the green TLT6P with the tongue in. (And note: that Maestrale RS we weighed is a size 24.5 / 25.0 (Scarpa lists a stated weight of 1410 grams for the 27.0). A 4-buckle design with a true flex of 130 makes the ZG Tour Pro second to none in downhill performance. If they didn’t ski so well I probably would have thrown them into the forest after how hard they are to get on/off (I feel it’s the lower material is too stiff where it underlaps the upper boot around the ankle, doesn’t open up enough to slide the foot in) somehow the pull loops have not broken under extreme tension so far. $101.94 . The binding seems to have some geometry that doesn't always play nice with the rear and toe ledges of these boots. Kommentare: 0. So, this is a powerful piece of kit for both long, technical ascents as … I just got a chance to spend an hour in the zero-g-pro-tour in the shop. I camped overnight at -15°c and could not get these on in the morning to save my life. Few if any go through the design revolution that the Tecnica Zero G’s have in their latest iteration. We’re going to make a video and send it to marker. When it comes to touring boots, we all want a stiff and agile boot, but one that doesn't weigh an absurd amount. JonM, I weighed one of my 29.5 boots (19-20 version) and it was 1545g with a custom insole replacing the factory insole. Gleiches gilt für den Powerstrap, den ich allerdings nach ein paar Testtouren durch einen Sidas Booster Strap ersetzt habe. 28.5 . 3週間前に初滑りに来た時より雪は減って石も出ていますが、シーズンイン仕様の傷だらけのスキーなら滑りも十分楽しめました。 表面は10cmくらい粉 … My feet tend to work best with boots that offer ample room in the midfoot, and have lower insteps (e.g., the Salomon QST Pro 130). But if I was forced to say something now about the fit, I’d say that I generally get along well with tighter heel pockets, and in the case of the Zero G Tour Pro, I have plenty of room in the heel pocket — so far, it’s not so roomy to cause any blistering, but it’s definitely not so tight to cause any pain. Luke (5’8”, 155 lbs): In short, the Zero G Tour Pro feels really, really good on the downhill. The new boots feature an entirely new shell, walk mode, and well, basically everything compared to the previous line of Zero G boots. Tecnica ZERO G TOUR PRO - ORANGE/BLACK - Ski Boots 27,5. You're going to love the Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro Alpine Touring Ski Boots. Forward Lean: Ok I’m really not a fan of the upright lean angle when they’re in regular downhill bindings. The Zero G Tour Pro’s rearward support also feels excellent, which I’d attribute to its burly walk mechanism. In your excellent review of the Hawx XTD 120 you pointed out the impact of the liner on downhill performance. Have fun! And they weigh a full 20% less than the older Maestrales (1614g vs 2004g). The Zero G Tour Pro weighs just 1,320 grams, thanks to it's carbonfiber-Grilamid cuff, and boasts a 55° range of motion in hike mode. It’s worth highlighting here that the top-of-the-line Zero G Tour Pro boot is going to be available in sizes 22.5 to 31.0, so men or women with smaller feet who want a “130” flex touring boot should be able to find it in a size that works for them, without having to settle for a softer boot. It is lightweight, walks well, and skis even better. The 19/20 season boots ship with MUCH better loctite on the walk mode screws (hard to get them undone without heat and not stripping the screw head) + they include a ton of extra's with pre applied loctite. Today was an inbounds, dust on crust day at Targhee (maybe 4-5 inches at the top, dusting at the bottom), ice/sun crust underneath everything. Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro er den stiveste toppturstøvelen i Tecnicas Zero G-serie, og et spennende bekjentskap etter at Scout-modellen, som er mykere, vant testen i fjor. Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro, for 2018-2019. For alpine climbing, they seem slightly big and heavy, but that is what I used for years before these comfortable boots which perform well. As I noted earlier, heavier (190 lbs +) and / or really aggressive skiers may want a stiffer boot. I’ve put about 40 days touring on these boots this season and I’m still undecided if I like them. That was also made clear in the Podcast with the owner of the BlackSheep Shop in Munich, where he praised to go back to full blown alpin boots for freeriding (instead of hybird boots). My Question is : what Are they comparwd to cochise 130 in terms of fit? I have used it for about 25 days so far and haven't had any durability issues. I weigh about 100kg with gear. Blister members can now read our initial on-snow impressions in our Flash Review of the Zero G Tour Pro. Straight out of the box they are pretty tight, really tight over the front of the ankle (Think Maestrale ankle strap zone) quite a bit tighter than the cochise 120. Einen speziellen Ausrüstungsgegenstand, der durch eben dieses Bestreben entwickelt wurde, wollen wir euch heute in unserem Testbericht vorstellen: Den Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro. It’s also very easy to tell when the boot is actually in ski mode, which is a plus. Trusted. I would find climbing grade 4 and up challenging (as it is anyway), and if long, exhausting with these. I’ve got skinny calves so it barely does anything when correctly in place and tightened all the way too – it just doesn’t have enough range of adjustment. Perhaps it saves three grams per boot, and does look cool. Luke: Overall, transitions in the Zero G Tour Pro are pretty easy. Tecnica . So, feel free to … Overall, this is a dialed boot that skis wonderfully, walks really really well, but has some issues with durability of the buckles and fit for those with skinny ankles/calves. Comme sur la gamme ZeroG ski de chez Blizzard, on allège le produit sans altérer les performances à la descente. This, combined with Tecnica’s “Custom Adaptive Shape” shell (which is supposed to be easier for bootfitters to punch / heat) and the heat-moldable liner should make the new Zero G boots a bit easier to fine-tune to different feet. Looking into maybe drilling out a third hole to make calf closure even tighter. Luke Koppa: For reference, I have pretty average-volume feet, but I have large lateral splats which mean my midfoot widens when I am standing / skiing, and I often get pain on the outside of my forefoot and midfoot when running, skiing, skinning, etc. Our measured weights show the size of boot, then the weight of each boot + the weight of each liner, then the total weight for shells + liners, listed in grams: Scarpa Alien RS (28.0): 779 & 781 + 209 & 210 = 988 & 991 gFischer Travers Carbon (27.5): 890 & 896 + 174 & 174 = 1064 & 1070 gDynafit TLT7 Performance (28.5): 910 & 914 + 155 & 155 = 1065 & 1069 gAtomic Backland Carbon (27.5): 907 & 915 + 260 & 255 = 1167 & 1170 gSalomon S-Lab X-Alp (27.5): 977 & 980 + 213 & 214 = 1190 & 1194 gScarpa Maestrale RS (24.5 / 25.0): 1053 & 1057 + 244 & 245 = 1297 & 1302 gTecnica Zero G Tour Pro (26.5): 1099 & 1100 + 210 & 211 = 1309 & 1311 gAtomic Hawx Ultra XTD 130 (26.5): 1124 & 1128 + 271 & 276 (lighter pre-production liner) = 1395 & 1404 gSalomon MTN Explore (26.5): 1126 & 1135 + 281 & 281 = 1407 & 1416 gHead Kore 1 (26.5): 1132 & 1136 + 392 & 393 = 1524 & 1527 gSalomon S/Lab MTN (26.5): 1257 & 1246 + 288 & 303 = 1545 & 1549 gFischer Ranger Free 130 (26.5): 1204 & 1204 + 348 & 351 = 1552 & 1555 gTecnica Zero G Guide Pro (27.5): 1335 & 1333 + 220 & 225 = 1555 & 1558 g. Ok, yeah, that’s a lot of numbers. It sounds like you have almost identical feet to mine. We went into the shop and tested on new kingpins and another set of older ones and no dice with my zero g’s. This follows years a couple of years of use, after years of using the Dynafit TLT 5s and 6CRs. It has a bomber and easy-to-use walk mechanism, grippy full-rubber outsole, lightweight buckles, and a strong, progressive flex. But for the Zero G’s target market (downhill-oriented backcountry skiers), Jonathan and I both think it provides plenty of ROM. Of course both of these systems work just fine, and you’d get used to either, but I prefer the way the Zero-G system works. If not, I’ll be really bummed and not buying touring boots from them again. And Tecnica knows this. Even if you leave them in the back of your truck they will be hard to get on. A 4-buckle design with a true flex of 130 makes the ZG Tour Pro second to none in downhill performance. Hi Michael, the are both probably closer to the low volume intuition, but what's more important is how much space your foot needs! Does this affect the downhill performance in any way or is the flex progressive enough to compensate? Paul Forward in the Tecnica Zero G Guide Pro, Porters Ski Area, NZ. In my opinion, they are not as stiff as the S-Lab MTN (MTN labs), but walk significantly better (especially forward ROM). It skis as well as my old MTN Labs and has no problem with heavier powder skis (Völkl Katanas). この冬の新製品、tecnica zero g tour pro でハイキング . I just bought atomic backland bindings and they work flawlessly with these boots. So, feel free to go farther, higher, bigger, and faster. 21 Hours . Tecnica crede sempre più nello scialpinismo e lo dimostra con l’arrivo sul mercato per la stagione 2018/19 di Zero G Tour Pro, erede di Zero G Guide Pro, rispetto al quale rappresenta un … Cheers Jon. Grilamid and PU are so easy to heat mold we see this more as a cosmetic than anything revolutionary. or is it more tight? Grazie al gambetto in fibra di carbonio e allo scafo Bottero ski. This boot is perfect for the aggressive skier, up and down the mountain. In the shop, I especially like how the Zero-G top buckles transition to tour mode. Of course there’s no literature guaranteeing kingpin comparability with dynafit certified boots. I’ve been using these for the season so far and only have about 60km in them, but have a broken buckle. $101.94 . Without the cuff is supposed to be just 11 degrees. I have a Tecnica Mach1 in 28.5 which offers me a good performance fit (about 12mm shell fit). We wouldn’t quite call it a true “130,” but the Zero G skis far better than it should for how light it is and how well it walks. To date, ski touring has involved compromising downhill performance to save on weight. So, feel free to go farther, higher, bigger, and faster. The grilamid shell is notably low-volume compared to most backcountry boots, but still features Tecnica’s C.A.S. I haven’t had boots heat molded before but my family swears by it. At around 210 grams per liner, the Zero G Tour Pro’s liner is definitely on the lighter side compared to boots like the Salomon S/Lab MTN, and even the Atomic Hawx Ultra XTD’s light pre-production liner. 28.5 . Possibly it's the greater amount of play. As Tecnica's premier backcountry boot, the Zero G Tour Pro provides the stiffest flex available at a weight lower than three pounds thanks to the carbon-infused Grilamid construction. I’ve toured in mine for around 150 days and I really like them. Sometimes I would end up ripping out the liner or scraping up my foot…better not to talk about. Very important observation there by HammondR! Preis: 699,95 Euro. While I can’t guarantee they’ll fit *your* feet, the Atomic Hawx Prime XTD is the touring boot that’s offered the best out-of-the-box fit for my feet. I popped some Dalbello boots into the kingpins and they held just fine. Tecnica . Never felt the hard stop (or sudden drop off) of other AT boots when inbounds driving Enforcers. Since my toes taper significantly (i.e., my pinkie toe is much shorter than my big toe), I’ve never needed a 6th toe punch in any boots. In my mind, the lower buckles are the ones on the clog, the upper buckles are the ones on the cuff, and therefor relate to calf (top upper buckle), and ankle (bottom upper buckle). 7 604 . Tecnica has completely overhauled the Zero G Pro … For the 18/19 season, Tecnica is completely overhauling their Zero G line of touring boots. The difference in stiffness and downhill performance is incredible! I have not toured extensively in these, because other boots I own tour better (only in my mind perhaps). Unique double locking ski/walk mechanism. I’ve been on and am currently using Cinderella story “perfect fit” craigslist scarpa maestrales from 2012/2013 and thus have a boot that is worn to perfection to my foot. Few if any go through the design revolution that the Tecnica Zero G’s have in their latest iteration. Viele Hersteller versuchen, den Grat zwischen Abfahrts- und Aufstiegsperformance zu erobern, sei es im Textilbereich oder bei klassischer Hardwear wie Ski, Bindungen oder Skiboots. At just 160 pounds I am not a big guy but do spend 100+ days a season skiing, with most of those days in backcountry. So eignet sich das Kraftpaket für lange technische Aufstiege gleichermaßen wie für rauschende Freeride-Abfahrten oder steile Rinnen – Halt und Präzision sind garantiert. The Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro is a touring boot that weighs just over 1300 grams, walks really, really well, and it has a flex pattern that is not only nearly as stiff as a 130-flex alpine boot, but that’s also nice and progressive. That said, I was surprised by how comfortable I was skiing the Zero G Tour Pro inbounds while we were doing our Lightweight Touring Binding Shootout. I have no qualms with its lateral power transfer (though I admittedly don’t often have issues with most boots’ lateral support). Wrong! Sincerely Otherwise have skied “inbounds” the rest of my time. Embarrassing, but my Lange XT Freetour boots were really, really hard to get out of on cold days. But hey, if you ski with a lot of finesse, tend to go easy on your gear, keep it fairly mellow inbounds, etc., then have at it, I guess. Skinny calf people beware, I have the lower buckles as tight as they will go (moved the buckle clips AND micro adjust dialed all the way down) and I can still flip the buckles with just one finger. Tecnica’s four-buckle Zero G boots make ascents easy but also maximize pleasure during descents. The walk mode is still super easy to use, and a few quick whacks typically clear off any ice / snow that’s built up around it. Photo courtesy of Tecnica. 25.5 . Crampons (Techpon 250 & Sarken) fit very well on them. Er überzeugt im Aufstieg mit 60° Bewegungswinkel, in der Abfahrt mit vier Schnallen und 130er Flex. I had my first day on my Zero G Scouts today. Luke Koppa: While stated range of motion (aka, ROM) is not always equal to the usable ROM, I think the Zero G Tour Pro’s stated ROM of 55° is pretty accurate. It skins well enough that I rarely feel the need for my lighter boots. Just a checklist beef boot with nothing to see here, right? We also gave the Zero G Tour Pro a “Best Of” award in the guide, and said that if not for the Salomon / Atomic Shift MNC 13 binding, it would have been our product of the year. But my instep does get pinched getting out of the boot :( Not surprised with how tall my instep is, might trim a little material off medial side of the overlap to help. The “Ultralight-Light Fit” liner that comes with the Zero G Tour Pro (the same liner also comes with the Zero G Tour Scout) is thin, fully heat-moldable, and features a waterproof-breathable membrane. For reference, here’s the buckle setup I tended to use while touring in the Zero G Tour Pro: With this setup, the boot walked very well and made transitions quick and easy. (Learn more about Blister Member benefits, and Become a Blister member). What is the weight of a single 29.5 Zero G Tour Pro boot? In fact I was really surprised even though I had done some serious research before buying them. Dette er en lett støvel som er laget for frikjøringsretta toppturer. The Zero G Tour weighs just 1,500 grams and boasts a 55° range of motion in hike mode. They drive everything from 80s to 108s. The Zero G Tour Pro weighs just 1,320 grams, thanks to it's carbonfiber-Grilamid cuff, and boasts a 55° range of motion in hike mode. It wouldn’t be my top pick for a boot that I’d use inbounds very often, but it performed quite well during the occasional resort day. Luke: The Zero G Tour Pro is a very light boot with a thin liner. It is lightweight, walks well, and skis even better. The new Tecnica Zero G boots look very interesting, and the Zero G Tour Pro in particular seems like it would, actually, be breaking some new ground if it can match the downhill performance of heavier boots like the Salomon S/Lab MTN and Atomic Hawx Ultra XTD while coming in at around 1300 grams. I’ve put probably 500km+ walking in them and they OK. Not great. Check out our latest Shop Talk blog for a full review on the Tour Pro. The latest flagship model in the Tecnica Zero G line is the Tour Pro Boot, which now boasts a lighter, more touring-focused design than its predecessor But in the Fischer Traverse review, Cy Whitling skied it 109 and 112 waist wide skis. 10/10 would buy again (as long as no long term durability issues come up). New! After some more use of both the Scouts and Pros in Marker lords. 7 604 . The Tour Pro is elegantly simple and refined to such a degree that this boot will become the elusive one-boot quiver for many aggressive backcountry skiers. How are they to get the boot on and off? JLA FORUMS - Menu Close. Carbon fiber, Grilamid, magnesium buckles. I can easily lean into the boot initially, but as I flex it forward more, it stiffens up more and more. Make sure you get some blue Loctite 242 so they don't back themselves out. The Maestrale XT 28.5 certainly did, no instep bite at all. Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro, True to the Zero G spirit, the award-winning Zero G Tour Pro, a stiff touring boot for experienced backcountry skiers, provides best-in-class performance for the weight. With that in mind, I think the Zero G Tour Pro (and the slightly heavier and softer Zero G Tour Scout and Zero G Tour) could work for a lot of skiers. This chart breaks down the important features that are asked about most often. Tecnica's Zero G Tour Pro is a lightweight alpine touring boot that doesn't skimp on downhill performance. The booster strap is useless(?!) For now, let’s just say that nothing about the fit of this boot strikes me as particularly unusual or way out of line with the fit of the boots I’ve mentioned here. (Custom Adaptive System). I'm stunned by these. ZERO G TOUR SCOUT W Cod: 20153000141. This is a great all-around boot if you care more about performance than weight but still want something light enough for big days. The Tour … Thanks to a carbon fiber cuff and Grilamid shell, it weighs in at just 1,320 grams (at a size 26.5) - the lightest in our Zero G collection and a fraction of the weight of most ski boots. Description du Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro : Double débrayage pour un débattement de la tige important 60°avec un réglage supplémentaire de l'inclinaison en avant. Hey Jon, our order of Zero Gs for the season haven't arrived yet, but we'll be happy to weigh them for you once we get them in! I might go with the Salomon QST Pro (fits great, looks silly) or the Cochise if it fits. La coque est en Grilamid, la tige en carbon injecté pour un total sur la balance de 1320g pour un flex de 130.Nous sommes ici sur un produit novateur qui va boulverser le quotidien de nos amis free-randonneur. And it’s also interesting to see the nearly 250 gram difference between the old Zero G Guide Pro and the new version.). And furthermore, our position on this matter hasn’t changed: my feet are not your feet, so you ought to go try on any ski boots before you pull the trigger. Jonathan: I hope the upcoming custody battle that Luke and I are probably going to have over these boots doesn’t get too ugly. A little looser in the heel, and slightly higher volume overall. Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro touring ski boots. *) I thought driving big skis with soft boots was a security risk. Other than my typical issues around the midfoot, I haven’t had any trouble with the fit of the Zero G. It holds my ankle in well while touring, and my toes have stayed warm during all my days in the boot. This cuff feels about 1000x better in ski-mode than the backland carbon, while apparently only weighing ~30% more. The Zero G boots will also work with the Marker Kingpin and Fritschi Tecton. I plan to pair these with a mantra v werks and a shift bindning for a kit to do it ALL. You say: skinny CALF people beware, I have LOWER buckles..” Before going further here is some required reading about touring boots and why critical self-examination is the primary factor in boot shopping. bindings, or Tyrolia AAAttack 14 AT. That’s extremely impressive, and is why it’s my favorite touring boot I’ve ever used. Overall very impressed, cant wait to ski em. I moved from the green TLT6P to the Fischer Carbon Travers, which I skied for nearly 200 days and 500k'+, to the ZGTP, thinking it would be a boot I'd use with one specific heavier pair of skis I got. The Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro weighs just 1,320 grams, thanks to it’s carbonfiber-Grilamid cuff, and boasts a 55° range of motion in hike mode. I'm wearing these in 29.5 but wear Dynafits in 29. I am kinda looking for a Alpine boot that is KP adaptable. Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro toppturstøvler, herre 20/21 29,5 2020. Hey guys, this might be moot for the year since you don't have my size in stock but... Hey Eric, they are a similar length to the Maestrale RS so if the length on the 28.5 felt right then that might be what you'd want to go with. We’re fans of cam-style powerstraps, and the Zero G Tour Pro’s powerstrap looks like it should perform fairly similarly, while being easier to attach / detach. I’m 10.5 US / mondo ~28. The Zero G Tour Pro weighs just 1,320 grams, thanks to it's carbonfiber-Grilamid cuff, and boasts a 55° range of motion in hike mode. Ski Boots- New 2021 Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro Backcountry, sz 27.5 $600. A 4-buckle design with a true flex of 110 makes the Zero G Tour a great downhill performer. So my main point is that the Zero G basically feels about average in the midfoot for a 99 mm last. The 2017 Cochise fit me great, while shoes like the Salomon MTN and Maestrale don’t work for me. Great boots, but watch out for the ski/walk mode. Live the Moment with the Tour Pro. They are not especially heavy, especially for a 4 buckle driver. BUT, a few day ago I noticed that the large cuff rivets have developed some lateral play, maybe 1-3mm. When the toe is locked out they will pop out with minimal torque. Tecnica boots Tour Pro Sponsored Link. 21 Hours . My bootfitter said it’s really hard to create more instep room, and that it’s better to find a boot that fits better there. På lager. As with last season model, common shell punch areas have a stippled pattern that might make heat punching easier. Thanks! These are my favorite boots and I've been lucky to have good ones before them fit by the great folks at skimo. BUT they do ski pretty damn well. Vibram sole offers secure footing when boot packing and scrambling. The Gist. Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro Boots. I typically get pain in that area in almost every boot I use, apart from the few 100mm-last boots I’ve been able to get punched out around the midfoot. They are thus far warm (no extreme outings yet). Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro er en nyutviklet støvel fra Tecnica. Heel hold might be best of any touring boot ive tried on, out of the box. But if you like to put in a lot of time on the skin track and wants a boot that still lets you ski very hard on the way down, go see if the Zero G Tour Pro fits your foot. TGR forums discussion of the Tecnica ZeroG Tour Pro; About the reviewer. The Hoji Free comes with a lean angle of 17 degrees, but only with a built-in spoiler. adjustability for hard-to-fit feet. Re: the Zero G Tour Pro in our 18/19 Winter Buyer’s Guide: “At 1310 g (size 26.5), the new Zero G Tour Pro is really in a class of its own: a near-130-flex boot that comes in just over 1300 grams and walks exceptionally well. I ski on Salomon XMax 120 ( little soft but I like them ), Looking forward for the deep-dive… I’m really curious to see how they compare to the Maestrale RS2. And after my initial time in the Zero G Tour Pro, I don’t think I’ll need to do any punches. Getting ready to order - is the fit the same or similar to the Cochise? The Tecnica Zero G Tour Scout W is our top women’s backcountry-specific ski boot of 2020. But I think not: they feel like they fit well, and I'm not sure I've even baked them yet except by use. But with that said, there’s nothing that was tricky or annoying to me about transitioning in the Zero G. Luke: I also spent several days “touring” in the Zero G Tour Pro this summer — if you’re willing to define “touring” as walking around in shorts and ski boots to ski for a few turns. It is a standard 4 mm screw, I would just bring the boot in with you and see what screw fits the best. With the Maestrale XT everything wanted to flap around if not done in just the right order… I’d have to first undo every buckle and the strap, and *only* after this, move the buckles to the touring clips. BACKLINE Gear Review Magazine 2020. The new Zero G Pro Tour’s liner is being made by Tecnica rather than Paulau (which had been the case in the past). They aren’t the highest I’ve ever tried on but certainly high enough that once I cook the liners I’m sure I’ll be able to keep all my buckles tight all day at the resort. 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