The much anticipated dream touring boot is finally here, the Hoji Pro tour!
This is the boot the breaks away from all others. Dynafit worked tirelessly with Eric Hjorleifson to bring this boot to market. With outstanding ski capability and an effortless walk mode, the Hoji is the boot that will change the idea of how ski touring should be.
A one-lever walk mode pops you into a fully-free pivot motion which feels similar to many of the rando race boots and ultralight offerings on the market. The forward motion is virtually limitless, while the rearward motion is more than enough for even the flattest of roads. The one buckle system is what makes this boot your one-boot touring option. In addition, the Hoji uses the Speed Nose technology to deliver a more natural and smoother step when skinning.
As for the down, the main reason we want this boot, the Hoji brings a new definition to quick transition stiff boots. In combination with the walk mechanism, the Hoji is smooth between uphill and downhill, and maintains its stiffness with very little behind the inner workings. The Hoji Lock Mechanism is a revolutionary turning point in how stiff a touring boot can be and still feel effortless when hiking.
Coming in at 1450 grams in Size 27, this boot is light and fast, and made with a full head to toe Grilamid® build. The design is durable and stiff and will hold up the test of time.
- Throw one lever to fully transition between ski and walk mode
- Powerful downhill performance
- Higher volume toe box to fit a wide range of feet
- Incredible range of motion while touring
|Material||Grilamid, Grilamid glass fibers|
|Forward Lean||11 degrees|
|Buckles||3 Buckle with Power Strap|
|Manufactuer Warranty||1 year|
Im a normal snowboarder but I've now used these boots 5X now, fits great skinning up the mountain, no blisters, walks like sneakers on the flats. I’ve skinned up aspen mountain several times with these. Only down side is locking them up and skiing down, only then do the boots feel very narrow and my feet have fallen asleep every time, but I’m also still breaking them in, so I expect/hope this will change over time.