Tecnica Mega 10 Ultrafit Ski Boots 2011: The Tecnica Mega 10 Ultra Fit Ski Boots 2011 are just what the doctor ordered when it comes to comfortable ski boots. Tecnica s highest volume ski boots got an extra shot of comfort when it teamed up with the Progressive Cushioning System. More padding surrounding your foot means a happy foot for the duration of your skiing expedition.
3 Density Construction is a combination of two different (hard and soft) plastics that create 3 different zones of hardness within the shell. Within Mega, the primary emphasis is to make entry and exit easy by using the softest material. 50% Hard (2nd Injection) 50% Soft (1st Injection).
The Progressive Cushioning System (P.C.S.) combines changes to the last, liner and footbed. The liner utilizes a thicker, slow memory ethafoam that offers a very comfortable, cushioning fit. The extra room in the shell last also allows for a thicker, multilayered footbed. The result is extreme comfort as well as enhanced shock absorption.
New Mega Alu micro buckles offer strength in a sleek and easy to use design. Unique 1st buckle positioning offers better wrap and closure around the forefoot, while lifting the buckle away from the snow for less interference.
The Hook-and-Loop Fastener powerstrap has a built in flex and rebound feature. The 35mm elastomer construction offers rebound energy, a progressive flex and shock absorption as well as a better wrap and closer around the leg
The Mega 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.
The shell last in the Mega is Tecnica’s highest volume allowing ample room for the P.C.S. Liner construction offering cushioning, foot enveloping fit. The stance is more upright increasing comfort.
Adjustable Power Spoiler for varying leg sizes
The Tecnica Mega 10 Ultrafit Ski Boots have a soft flex of 70. The Progressive Flex System provides a flex proportional to the skier’s relative size by modifying the plastic thickness in the spine of the lower shell. This allows a consistent flex throughout the size range.