There was a time when hard charging dudes with super high volume feet had to choose between crushing their feet, skiing a boot that was much too big, or simply quitting the sport. No longer. The Tecnica Mach Sport EHV 120 Ski Boots are the key to ripping performance without sacrificing comfort for you wider and thicker foot types. Featuring a 103mm last and a thinner liner to get even more interior room in the boot, this is about as high volume as you will find in the ski industry, and the boot still skis amazingly well.
Last: 103 mm – A wide last designed for out-of-the-box all-day comfort, especially for those with wider feet.
C.A.S. Shell – The C.A.S. shell has an anatomical shape that matches the foot shape. This allows for a better out-of-the-box fit. Dimples on the shell reduce surface tension and facilitate the thermo customization process, making it easier for a bootfitter to modify the shell to fit your foot.
Flex: 120 – A stiff flex for expert or heavier skiers who require quick rebound and ski response.
Extra High Volume Sport N.F.S. Liner – The EHV liner uses thinner walls to leave more space for your foot.
Shell Materials & Design
Shell – C.A.S. Polyurethane
Cuff – Polyolefine
Double Quick Instep – Utilizes a large, softer plastic over the instep area that allows the shell to open easier as you are entering or exiting the boot.
Double Canting Screwed
12˚ Forward Lean
4 Aluminum Micro-Adjustable Buckles
Easy Adjust Top Cuff Ratchet
Lift Lock Buckles – The lift lock system makes your life easier by automatically keeping the buckles open while you step in and out of the boots.
45mm Power Strap
Bootboard & Footbed
C.A.S. Boot Board – The removable C.A.S. boot board offers plenty of thickness for grinding and a grid pattern for reference.
GripWalk ISO 23223 Soles
- Ability Level:Advanced-Expert
- Ski Boot Flex:Stiff
- Forefoot Width:103 mm
- Liner Type:Semi-Custom
- Flex Index:120
- Boot Sole Type:GripWalk (ISO 23223)
- Includes Tech Fittings:No
- Number of Buckles:4
- Athletes:Paul Bunion
- Warranty:2 Years