Tecnica Zero G Guide Pro 2017

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Tecnica Zero G Guide Pro 2017

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Regular Price: £450.00

Special Price £382.50

High performance touring ski boot.

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Regular Price: £450.00

Special Price £382.50

The all new Tecnica Zero G Guide Pro is combination of touring and high performance alpine boot. A four buckle, full overlap, traditional foundation is fused with state of the art technologies to craft a 1540 gram high performance touring boot. True downhill peformance has never been this light because of Tecnica's new Power Light Design technology. From the buckles to the new S.A.S. Cuff Mobility System and the Palau liner, to the rockered tech sole and all the way down to the smallest screw -- every detail was meticulously examined to make sure that lightness and function were achieved.  Zero G is one boot with zero limits - designed to give you the freedom to explore beyond your boundaries.

Tech Spec

Brand Tecnica
Ability Advanced, Expert
Foot shape Standard
Where you like to ski Freeride/Powder, Hike & Ride, Touring

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Posted by J. Pope on Sunday, 4 February 2018

Question:

What is the width of the last on this boot (Technica Zero G Guide Pro)? Does it come in different width fittings? Can

Answers:

  • Posted by John Sturgess on Sunday, 4 February 2018

    Hi Julian

    Thanks for your enquiry about the Tecnica Zero G Guide Pro Boots.  They come in sizes from Mondo 22.0 right up to 31.0 with the 22.0/22.5 having a 93mm last the 27/27.5 99mm and the 31.0 104mm, that said the 27.5 is a reasonably generous 99 in our opinion.  

    Should your feet require it then the boots can be stretched in the tradirional way with careful heating and even more careful use of hydraulic rams to ease areas of specific pressure (which we can do for you in the shop).  If you need to have a larger than couple of mm stretch say across your metatarsal heads then you might well be better to look at a wider fitting boot, say the Scott Superguide GTX or similar that have a wider last from the outset.

    Hope this helps.

     

    Kind regards

     

    John and Team at Snowfit/Revolutionz

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