Women's Radical Pro
The Radical Pro ski touring boot for men features the revolutionary Hoji Lock System and is an impressive all-rounder with uncompromising performance both uphill and down. The boot combines the seemingly contradictory worlds of freedom of movement on the ascent and rigidity for the downhill. In walk mode, the cuff and shell are separated from each other to be able to climb efficiently with a 60-degree cuff rotation for unrestricted, resistance-free mobility. Its low weight of 1,380 g (size 26.5) and a flexible tongue construction made of two different high-tech synthetics ensures an energy-saving, natural walking movement even on steep terrain. The new thermo-moldable boot liner (optional) offers stability and comfort with a perfect fit right out of the box. With these on, you will be ready to tackle long tours with many meters of climbing. “One move to switch:” Once at the summit, the Radical Pro becomes a sturdy downhiller with top power transfer, thanks to the one-hand handling for the patented Hoji Lock System. In ski mode, the boot is set in a forward lean angle of 11 degrees. The ski-walk system’s mechanism is integrated into a cable system together with the buckles and the Ultra Lock Strap. Flip the lever and the system is tensioned. Cuff and shell combine to create a positively locked unit that transforms the revolutionary ski-walk system into one unit totally without play. A unique feature on the market for precision and efficient skiing of the highest level that was normally seen only in purebred Alpine ski boots. The Ultra Lock Strap and three micro-adjustable buckles allow the foot to be firmly and ideally positioned. That gives a flex index of 120 even on challenging downhill terrain, lending all-around impressive downhill performance on skis. In addition, the Pro Driving Spoiler increases downhill performance. The new Radical Pro is compatible with all pin, hybrid and alpine bindings. Made of premium Grilamid, the entire boot is manufactured in Italy. Radical Pro ski touring boot – Either-or is so yesterday.