Pros: Great Racing and Expert Boot
Cons: Hard to Get On - Narrower Lass 98mm
Truly Great Boot for Expert Skier or Racers. It's a Hard Core, tough to get into and tough to get out of but once it's on, all Good! Agressive forward lean. It's a racing thoroughbred - like an original Ferrari, built for speed and performance. Ready to respond instantly and hold a strong line through the turns and over the bumps.
Flex - 130.
Cuff - Slightly lower than most
Size - Downsize 1 - I am a 9 1/2 and I went down to an 8 1/2 - I have a D foot so I had to do some grinding.
Toe Box - 98mm Lass
Comfort Level - As I said, I downsized. I wore them for a couple of runs to check pressure points and then and ground out about 2mm on the big toe tip, just enough to get a wiggle - about 2mm the outer side edge of the foot and a 1mm circle on the the top of the foot above the buckle where a small bone got pressure at full lock down. Also had Surefoot make me a thinner orthotic to max the fit.
On and Off - Hard to initiate but an easy slide once you push through
Original Retail Price 2007 - New $795
2007/2008/2009/2010 Still Availible On Line
2011 In Stores as the Inferno
General Information - Comes with a spoiler/cuf adjustor - attatch with velcro and adjust to desired fit. 2007-2009 versions come with composite inner boots. 2010 comes with new design leather inner boot. Buckles, Cant adjustors and Inner Boot can be easily replaced through Tecnica warranty department in Lebanon New Hampshire - when you call ask for Will. He's the man when it comes to their boots - Telephone 603 298 8032