With skiers across the backcountry spectrum flocking to the Hoji Free 130 boot as their holy grail of free-touring performance, Dynafit knew it was time to expand the Hoji family. 110 and 130 refer the boot's respective flex ratings: 110 stiffer than average flex, and 130 nearly the stiffest in the free-touring boot class. While we don't take flex ratings too seriously, we know a good thing when we see one, and the Hoji Free 110 works perfectly as a softer-flexing boot for smaller-statured or more balanced skiers. That's not to say it's uncontrollably soft or unpredictable in difficult conditions -- quite the opposite. What you get from the Hoji Free 110 is the same impressive zero-play cuff design for sending it on the downs as the 130, but with a more subtle, easily-engaged flex pattern for those who aren't doing backcountry laps at Hoji-speed. On skintracks, the Hoji Free 110's range of motion leads its category by a mile, letting you break trail tirelessly for your partners and knock out serious vertical with a smile on your face. You don't have to be 200 pounds and hucking cliffs to call yourself a freeskier, and the Hoji Free 110 is here to prove it.
- Patented Hoji Lock means no play between the boot lower and the upper cuff, and maximum power going from your shins to the ski.
- Walk/ski mode engages and disengages with the throw of a single lever -- an efficient changeover move borrowed from the TLT line.
- Full Pebax cuff makes for a "110"-rated flex with excellent consistency in difficult snow.
- Certified to work with tech bindings as well as frame/alpine bindings and the Salomon/Atomic Shift.
- New Sidas liner increases warmth, comfort and heat-moldability.
- Claimed weight (27.5): 1550g