Tecnica Viva Crossfire Alpine Touring Ski Boots - Women's 2012: A total game changer, the Tecnica Viva Crossfire Alpine Ski Boots are the Winner of Powder Magazine’s Skier’s Choice Fantasy Draft, are breaking the boundaries of Side Country skiing. The boot offers touring capabilities with the Interchangeable Soles and Cuff Mobility System, without sacrificing downhill performance. Gone are the days of choosing between the conveniences of a better “up” boot versus a kick ass alpine “down” boot. Get the Viva Crossfire and get it all!
The Quick Instep system offers those seeking a low volume performance shell, the opportunity to experience the performance without suffering the pain of entry and exit. A softer piece of plastic is co-molded in the instep area allowing the foot to slide in and out with ease.
Easily adjust the Hook-and-Loop Fastener Spoiler for personalization in a variety of positions or remove it altogether.
i-Rebound provides flex resistance and power rebound by using a metal plate that attaches the cuff to the lower shell with four connection points.
The Flex Adjustment can be used by removing 1 or 2 of the rivets found on the spine of the boot.
Fur Fleece Lining that offers warmth with plenty of performance to keep you going all day and year.
The Cuff Alignment system allows the cuff to follow the shape of the lower leg increasing comfort and enhancing performance. Dual cuff alignment (inside and outside devices) increase the effectiveness.
The Cuff Mobility System 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.
3 Position Catches can be easily moved to fit varying leg shapes.
45 mm Hook-and-Loop Fastener Powerstrap
Comes with DIN soles
Have the ability to switch from a DIN sole to a Tech Compatible sole with the Interchangeable Soles system
Shock Absorbing Boot Board
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Comments about Tecnica Viva Crossfire Alpine Touring Ski Boots - Women's 2012:
Really like the boots but are hard to get on and off.