Dynafit Hoji Free 130 AT Boots

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The Hoji Free 130 is the perfect touring boot for anyone looking to stiffen up their quiver. The Hoji Free has been modified from it's predecessor to allow for an alpine compatible boot.
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Delivery time: 5-7 Business Days

The Dynafit Hoji Free 130 AT Boot features increased rigidity, a unique glass fiber-reinforced Grilamid material and a progressive flex of 130 which gives it all the characteristics to deliver the best power transfer and top downhill performance. The foot is ideally positioned in the boot with a last width of 102 mm, three micro adjustable buckles, and the Ultra Lock Strap.

On the decent in downhill mode, the Hoji Free locks out at a forward lean of 11 or 15 degrees thanks to an additional back spoiler than can be taken on and off.

While ascending, the benefits are as follows: The V-shape tongue and a cuff rotation of 55 degrees offers maximum freedom of movement. The weight is light coming in at 1,550 grams.

The Hoji Free 130 have a new thermo-moldable Hoji Free liner made by Sidas. The liner can be custom molded to fit your foot and offers the best comfort uphill and down.

Lastly, the boot is equip with the POMOCA Free Sole which offers impressive grip and hold when walking out of the binding. This boot is compatible with fully automatic crampons and with all frame and hybrid bindings.


Forward Lean: 11° + Release for Walking

Boot Sole: Formula Pomoca Climb

Product ID: 08-0000061908

Gender: Male

Cuff Rotation: 55 °

Weight: 1550 gr

Boot-Binding System: Dynafit Quick-Step-In

CSR: Made in Europe

Boot Cuff: Grilamid® loaded with glass fibers

Boot Shell: Grilamid®

Boot Spoiler: Grilamid®


Do not buy this boot unless you have real reasons to believe it will fit! Call Mike 530-362-0020 or the shop for advice. Have you worn this boot before? If you don't return them within 7 days, you will have to resell them somewhere on your own.

Ski boots should fit snug in the heel to avoid blisters and maintain good control while descending. You really need to compare many boots simultaneously to accomplish this. If you were really trying hard, you would trade liners around to decide what discomfort or crowding was actually caused by. Furthermore, if you were really trying hard to get a good boot fit, you would come visit us at the shop to get proper guidance. We can stretch liners in toe length, swap footbeds, and re-shape plastic contours in ski boots. We don't charge labor fees to modify new ski boots that you purchase in our store.


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