Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro


Brand: Tecnica
Boot: 2018-2019 Tecnica Zero G Pro Tour
Stated Flex: 130
Available Sizes: 22.0-31.0
Stated Last (size 26.5): 99 mm
Stated Range of Motion: 55°
Stated Forward Lean: 12° (can be adjusted to 13°)
Size Tested: 26.5
Stated Boot Sole Length: 303 mm

Blister’s Measured Weight (size 26.5):
•Shells, no Liners: 1099 & 1100 g
•Liners, no Laces or Footbeds: 211 & 210 g
•Shells + Liners: 1310 & 1327 grams
•Stock Insoles: 30 g each
•Removable Spoilers: 16 g each

Buckles: 4 magnesium buckles with wire clasps
Powerstrap: 45 mm with hook closure

Shell Material:
•Cuff: Grilamid Co-Injected with Carbon Fiber
•Shoe / Clog: Grilamid

Soles: Rockered, full Vibram rubber (ISO 9523)
Binding Compatibility: All “tech” / pin bindings; MNC Bindings
Tech Fittings: Dynafit Certified


What do you think about Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro?
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LawndartGustav
01/01/2019
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Strenghts:
Light
Good position forwards and backwards
Stiff, even but progressive flex
Anatomically good shape.

Weaknesses:
Not yet

Summary:
Feels like a cruel booty ride!
Unlike many other similar ski boots, the walking position is not good just backwards but also forward.
Flexet works well with the boot, has not gone through the flex but it stiffens well.
The buckles and powerstrap are easy to use when you learn, is a bit of a wait.
Feels like an anatomical shape that actually resembles a foot: D
Absolutely okay inner shoes, maybe not the one with the most volume or the stiffest but a good intermediate.
With smaller and lighter materials, they become less subdued, so if you travel most of the time in the system and take a few days, I would have chosen a heavier boot. Do you tour mkt, at least 50% of the days then I think these boots are just as good as any!