The all-new Tecnica Zero G Pro is the breakthrough lightweight touring boot that will be stiff competition this season. When it comes to touring boots, we all want a stiff and agile boot, but one that doesn't weigh an absurd amount, causing us to slug a heavy foot with every step we take. Tecnica has completely overhauled the Zero G Pro with the idea that lightweight and stiff ski capability can be one in the same.
The New Zero G Pro comes in at an astounding 1300 grams and maintains a consistent 130 flex rating, making this boot a lightweight downhill machine you can use day-in and day-out. Tecnica broke down the boot and revamped almost every piece of the design after the 2018 season. This allowed them to cut almost 250 grams from the weight of the boot. making it one of the lightest 130 flex touring boots on the market, just 10 grams off of the Scarpa Maestrale RS. The use of a Grilamid build gives the Zero G Pro a responsive and maintained stiffness that won't break down as fast as other plastics used in the Touring world. The Cuff has an added co-injected carbon mold giving it a slight cut in weight and still maintains its stiffness overtime.
The new Zero G Pro has also seen a redesign of the walk mechanism from last years model. The old ski/walk mode was a simple switch that did not allow for a massive range of motion with the boot. It maintained its stiffness but lacked an ability to feel like a true touring boot as compared to some other boots on the market. Tecnica has added a new hook system that will give the boot a whopping 55 degrees of rotation in walk mode, and allow for a secure closure when switching to ski mode. This design has two points of contact that will grant further rear range of motion but still maintain a stiff appeal in downhill mode.
We are seeing a constant and progressive growth in the touring world and with that comes the adaption of solid, non-removable, rockered Vibram soles. The 2018 Zero G Pro allowed for a switch between alpine and rubber soles, but with the growing touring market and the integration between on and off piste skiing, rockered soles are the new norm and much easier for touring and walking in.
Last: 99mm (designed to be punchable for wider feet)
Sizes: 22.5 to 30.5
|Material||Co-injected Carbon Fiber, Grilamid|
|Forward Lean||12, 13 degrees|
|Buckles||4 Buckle with Power Strap|
|Binding Compatibility||Tech, AT|
|Manufactuer Warranty||2 Years|
Have been out twice in the boots. Great ROM unbuckled on the uphill. Buckled down very stiff and responsive. I am 6’2” and 205s. The walk mode mechanism is easy to engage/disengage. I like the large power strap ( easy on and off ) Soles walk well in the parking lot. No complaints here, looking forward to more vertical in them. Very happy!
Have been out twice in the boots. Great ROM unbuckled on the uphill. Buckled down very stiff and responsive. I am 6’2” and 205#s. The walk mode mechanism is easy to engage/disengage. I like the large power strap ( easy on and off ) Soles walk well in the parking lot. No complaints here, looking forward to more vertical in them. Very happy!