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Hagan Core TF Boot

Brand: Hagan
Model: Core TF
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Price: $749.95
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If you want a simple backcountry touring boot that walks and skis well, check out the Hagan Core. Loaded with marketing acronyms (below), the Core boots aren’t loaded with complexity. A micro-adjustable lower buckle uses a wire to get the effect of multiple buckles locking your heel and forefoot in place. An infinitely adjustable upper Velcro booster strap acts as the top buckle. A reliable ski/walk switch in the back changes modes. Put your feet in, walk uphill, transition, ski down, repeat. The Hagan Core boots have that procedure mastered.

  • MDB – Multi-Deflect Buckle system secures forefoot and ankle with a single closure.
  • OCB – Oversized Closing Belt is a Velrco buckle / booster combo that levers easily.
  • ESL – Easy Slide Lock ski/walk mode switch slides as easily as it’s named.
  • AGS – Anatomically Guided Shell is a highly researched shell shape to just fit.
  • NFT – Neo Flex Tongue is dual density to bend on the uphill and stiffen the down.
  • BFC – BaX Frame Cuff is a molded X frame that stiffens the highest pressure vectors.
  • MGS – M-Grip Soles are a special rubber compound molded into H shapes for grip.
  • SRH – Standard Rear Heel works with tech fittings, frame bindings, and the Kingpin.
  • CTF – Custom ThermoFormable liner is Ultralon foam (ala Intuition).
  • OCD – Probably describes you if you managed to read all these TLAs.
-> ounces
1210g [27.0]
Weight (pair) 2420g [27.0]
Buckles 1 + Velcro OCB
Boot Sole Length 279mm [25/25.5]
289mm [26/26.5]
299mm [27/27.5]
309mm [28/28.5]
319mm [29/29.5]
Binding Compatibility Tech, Frame, Kingpin
Cuff Rotation 60º
Forward Lean(s) 16°, 18°, 20°
Specs Verified Yes
Materials Grilamid
Liner Ultralon moldable
Sole M-Grip
Skimo Co Says
Usage Lightweight touring, all-mountain
Notes Molded "X" frame enhanced power transmission
Bottom Line Ideal companion for long ski days
Question from Anthony orkiolla
My feet are really wide, was about to pull the trigger on the spitfire 2.0, but saw this, what are your thoughts? seemingly similar specs, have you guys skied them as an all rounder? Already have syborgs, looking for more of a do it all and cant do under 100mm last, larger is more preferable.
Answer from jbo
Hi Anthony, the published last on these is 101mm in a 27.5, but my feet think they are closer to 98. The Sportivas are wider.
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