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Tecnica Zero G Peak Boot - Women

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In every skier tourer's career, there comes a time to hang up the four-buckle boots and pursue the full experience of unhindered mountain movement. Whether it’s your first encounter with alpine-style speed or your thousandth, the Zero G Peak Women’s Boot is a worthy steed. An admixture of carbon and grilamid comprises the lower and cuff, providing lateral, torsional and forward/back stiffness so you won’t be wishing for the beef boots you left at home. This stable feel is reinforced by a doubled ski-walk mechanism, keeping cuff angle steady as you hit the accelerator on those huge lines you’re now able to reach within a single day’s push. On such a light boot, it was important to make sure every additional component counts; two buckles plus a power strap therefore do the heavy lifting of securing your feet and heels. With its scalloped liner and cuff shape, this boot is also specifically made to fit women’s calves. The Zero G Peak Women’s Boot is an invitation to the freeriders of the world--try it out and this boot might just convert you to a skimo nerd once and for all!

  • 75 degrees cuff range of motion is ideal for steep uphill skinning or morning jogs.
  • Carbon-grilamid shell and cuff hit all the right marks for weight (or lack thereof) as well as strength.
  • Scalloped cuff and liner welcome slightly larger lower calves.
  • Two buckles plus a power strap keep you in the driver's seat, not the back seat.
  • Vibram sole is grippy and walks great.
  • Forward lean can be adjusted with included spoiler.
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947g [25.5]
Weight (pair) 1894g [25.5]
Buckles   2 buckles with powerstrap
Boot Sole Length   258mm [23.5]
268mm [24.5]
278mm [25.5]
288mm [26.5]
298mm [27.5]
Binding Compatibility   Tech only
Cuff Rotation   75°
Forward Lean(s)   13°, 15° with spoiler installed
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   Co-injected carbon and grilamid lower and cuff
Liner   C.A.S Light with scalloped shaping
Sole   Vibram
Skimo Co Says
Usage Light and fast ski mountaineering
Notes Double lock ski/walk mechanism like their sturdier sisters
Bottom Line Fast and light boot with serious skiing ability
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Anna Tarlen
Hello:) I would like a thicker liner for these boots... I tried a medium volume intuition pro tour and that was a bit too much. I'm thinking I'll go with an intuition low volume tour tongue but just curious if there is another liner that would take up volume in the lower boot and not be as built-up around the cuff and upper tongue area as the intuition liners are? Thanks!
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Question from Anna

I tried on the women's 26/26.5 and the mens 27/27.5 and feel the jump in size was pretty much so that I'm questioning if there is a difference in the men's vs women's shell. The women's version has 115 flex, men's 120 (Tecnica website). I know the women's liner accommodates a lower calf (scalloped). The Tecnica website also mentions a "women's specific CAS shell" in their description. Just confirming that the women's size 27 shell is no different than the men's (other than flex)?

Answer from Gabriel I
Hi Anna, the lower shell is the same shape across both boots. Looking at our stock, it seems the women's boots come with the insoles inside the liner, whereas in the men's boot the insoles are just in the box, nothing in the liner. Possible that it would have contributed to a higher volume feel in the men's boot if you didn't try with the same insoles.
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Question from Holly
Hi how does the flex on these compare to the backland carbons please?
Answer from Brett S
Hey Holly, these will be stiffer and more linear than the backlands. The backlands will be softer and more progressive.
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Question from Thomas
What is the largest width ski these boots would be comfortable powering? I didn't see it on the Technica site.
Answer from jbo
Hi Thomas, width is just one variable in evaluating skier size, style, snow conditions, ski length, and stiffness. I've been having a great time using the carbon version on 114mm Hyper V8s (obviously in powder)!
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Question from Ess
How does the Tecnica Zero G Peak (non-carbon) compare with the carbon version in terms of downhill performance?
Other than maybe the liner, are there any differences between the mens and womens versions of the boot like a narrower shell or lower cuff height?
Answer from Emmett I
Hi Erich,

The difference between the carbon and non-carbon versions is going to be minimal on the downhill. The carbon will give you some more lateral and rearward stiffness.

The only difference between the mens and womens is the liner. The womens version uses a 'scalloped' liner.
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Question from Kathleen
What is the fit like on this boot? Specifically, how does the volume of the mid-foot, ankle and heel compare to other boots in the category?
Answer from Jeff
Kathleen, Tecnica is labeling them as a 99mm last and Medium Volume. I put in two ski days on the size 26.5 sample pair from Tecnica. I would say they fit wider then that and a fairly generous volume. Overall feel and performance matches them up nicely to the Scarpa F1 LT, but more room. Fit wise I would compare more to the Atomic Backlands, out of the box. Like the Backlands, you will be able to punch easily for more width.
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Model: Zero G Peak Womens MPN: 201V0500774

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