If Dynafit made a Venn diagram of its (non-race) ski boot lineup, one circle would feature the beloved TLT8 Expedition boot, known for being lightweight, efficient, and capable of big days in the mountains. The other circle would be the Hoji Free 130 boot. These aggressive, huck-your-meat, stiff-as-a-2x4 boots have proven to be a delight for the freeriders who earn their turns (and drops.) But what about the skiers who want a little A and a little B? What would be the overlap of this Venn diagram? Introducing the Dynafit Radical Pro boot. This factory-made Frankenstein keeps the best traits of the Hoji Free but goes on a diet for a faster up. Don’t worry, the ingenious Hoji Lock System isn’t going anywhere. With one simple movement, you can switch your boots from a rock-solid stiff alpine boot with a 120 flex to a comfy, nimble 60 degrees of cuff rotation. The Master Step insert makes clicking in even easier. The cuff is Grilamid loaded with glass fibers for weight savings and increased durability. Speaking of up, the Radical Pro features heel and toe welts capable of accommodating step-in crampons. Once you’ve breezed to the top, just hit that same lever again to reverse course, and charge the mountain. The Dynafit Radical Pro allows you to bask in the glory of a great performance on the up and the down.
- Ingenious Hoji Lock system transitions from climb to descend with the flip of a single lever.
- Dynafit liner walks incredibly well when combined with 60 degrees ROM.
- Master Step insert makes clicking into your toe piece a breeze.
- 120 Flex makes this a hard charging, confidence inspiring piece of footwear.
- Pomoca outsole provides great grip to keep you upright on that ice-covered ridgeline.
|Weight (pair)||2760g |
||3+ Power Strap|
||Grilamid, Grilamid with glass fibers|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Notes||Hoji Lock system is simple, reliable and ready to rip lines|
|Bottom Line||Freeride boots just found a new gold standard|
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