The external skeleton is only on the Inferno WC 130 and 150 and regular 130. As far as planing etc. it will be very easy as there will be toe and heel blocks in (I think) 4mm and 6mm that will drop right in over the skeleton. This may well turn out to be our easiest sole canting set up rather than one of our hardest ones. As far as a heat sink goes, the skeleton frame is external (opposed to the Nordica EDT which is part of the boot board) I doubt that cold transmission will be any different than a conventional solid plastic sole. As to whether the "real" WC boots will have this feature or not, I can't say. Heck, most of us only have one or two real WC skiers buying boots from us each year anyway and we can get them
whatever they want. For the rest of our customers, its irrelevant.
say that the fit on the whole collection of 95-98mm boots from Tecnica is quite good and the flexes and positioning of the models are great. Tecnica is really back in the game with this group of boots. For a shop like ours that sells 50-60% of our retail boots in this fit range, we are damned excited to have Tecnica on board as a strong player.