One of the burliest backcountry boots on the market for women, the Tecnica Cochise 105 Ski Boots are super high performance boots with a touring mode and optional walk soles with tech inserts. If you're looking for a one boot quiver, this might very well be it. Stiff and ultra responsive on the way down, but with an excellent walk mode and Tech binding capability, the Cochise 105 Women's boot is the rare example of a boot that will take on any challenge.
98 mm Last A narrower performance last for unrivaled heel hold and control.
QuickInstep QuickInstep is the easy way to step-in and out of a ski boot. A small piece of plastic gives the possibility to enter & exit the boot, even under cold conditions.
Hinged Instep This feature offers better pressure distribution as well as easier entry and exit. The instep catch is on a hinge, allowing it to adjust for better pressure distribution and closure. It can pivot away from the shell which allows it to spread without interference.
105 Flex A stiff flex for skiers that require quick rebound and ski response for steeper terrain.
I-Rebound I-Rebound features a metal plate that attaches the cuff to the lower shell with four connection points. The I-Rebound provides flex resistance and power rebound as well as rear support.
QuadraFit Each liner is constructed using 4 different layers, allowing various combinations of materials, densities and thicknesses to get the ideal combination of performance and comfort for every level of skier.
Neoprene Toe Box
Lightweight Triax Plastic 20% lighter than traditional plastics, Triax offers a great lightweight solution to shell design. It offers a more consistent flex over a wider range of temperatures.
Cuff Alignment The cuff alignment system is easy to use and effective. It aligns the cuff to follow the shape of the lower leg increasing comfort and enhancing performance. Dual cuff alignment (inside and outside devices) increases the effectiveness. Your specialty retailer can find the perfect alignment for you to enhance performance and comfort.
Cuff Mobility System The cuff design on the Side Country models allows a long range of motion for uphill mobility. An easy switch from hike to ski mode offers great versatility. A wide cuff buckle and a velcro strap with buckle combine for a super secure closure. Click into ski mode for top performance heading down the mountain. Note: To release the cuff: Pull up on the device tab. Flex forward until you hear a click to release the cuff and then move freely. To click into ski mode: Push the device down and flex forward until you hear the cuff lock into place
Power Lock Buckle A wide cuff buckle and a velcro strap with buckle combine for a super secure closure enhancing the performance and ensuring power transfer to the ski.
3 Alu Buckles
40 mm Velcro Powerstrap with Powerlock Buckle
Shock Absorbing Heel Insert An insert in the heel of the boot absorbs impacts and vibrations for smoother skiing and softer landings.
Interchangeable Soles All Freemountain models have the ability to switch from a DIN sole to a Tech Compatible sole and vice versa. The soles are available for purchase and are easily switched out with the allen key provided.
Arch Grip Support A rubber insert on the arch is designed to give traction while walking on rocks or riding your snowmobile.
Comes with ISO Alpine soles, Tech soles available separately
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Comments about Tecnica Cochise 105 Ski Boots - Women's 2014:
I've struggled between men's and women's boots for a while. I have long legs so men's always seem to fit better at the start, but I don't have the weight and power to control the stiffer flex on the hill. After lengthy discussion and fit testing at Evo in Seattle, went with these women specific boots. So glad I did. Only two days in them so far this season but they performed beautifully both on the groomed, icey junk and in the powder. I'm 5'9", 145 lb and the flex feels great, my skis are much more responsive with these boots. Not struggling to steer as I did with my old scarpas. They're also comfortable, if that can be said about a ski boot. I kept feeling in my toes all day. Love the power lock buckle strap too. Can't wait to try these out touring, hopefully they'll do as well skinning up as they do powering down!