Reviewed by Brrrp from Phoenix on Friday, October 15, 2010
Sierra trading post was great to work with! First pair was too small. Very easy and efficient to innate an exchange for larger size. Probably the easiest exchange I ever experience with an Internet purchase.
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Reviewed by BLADE from East Coast & West Coast on Thursday, February 24, 2011
I have EXTREMELY wide and flat feet and these boots caused almost no pain on the first day of skiing, and by the second day they were fine. These are very comfortable boots. I like to ski powder out west and am also stuck skiing ice in the east. I am advanced to expert. The boots also look great.
Reviewed by Scottso from Northern New Jersey on Thursday, February 17, 2011
Excellent boot. However, Tecinca's tend to run a full size larger than your normal size. Would recommend this to anyone who is looking to purchase an all mountain boot...and you can't beat the price! Thank you Sierra for making high-end products affordable!!!
Reviewed by Dave from Tahoe on Sunday, January 30, 2011
Tired of uncomfortably tight ski boots that take months to break in. Here is a high performance boot with a 100mm last that provides plenty of toe space for those with widths C-E. Adjustable canting is nice, buckles look flimsy but lock firmly. Color scheme is way cool. Designed as a park boot but work fine in powder, bumps, groomers, anything really. Shock absorption is an excellent feature if you're doing park or bumps or hucking cliffs. I got a size 27.0 and it may of been a 1/2 size too big but I'm tired of lousy bootfitters trying to convince me that I need to buy the smallest size boot I can find so they can charge extra to punch it out and mold the liner. Buy a boot that is comfortable, not something that is going to cut off your circulation. Anyhow, this boot is comfortable and responsive. Highly recommended.
Best Uses: Moguls, Powder
Describe Yourself: Expert
Pros: Buckles Easily, Comfortable, Easy Entry & Exit, Quality Construction
Reviewed by Onepunkdoc from Boise, ID on Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Great response for such a comfy boot. I did add Superfeet insoles and the boot fitter thought I could squeeze into a size smaller once the liner packs out a little more but I dont know if that would improve anything. Overall a great boot for the price using my extra 30% off coupon. The toxic green may not have been my first choice but it looks pretty good in person.
Best Uses: Icy Conditions, Moguls, Park, Powder
Cons: None at this time
Describe Yourself: Intermediate
Pros: Comfortable, Easy Entry & Exit, Highly Adjustable, Quality Construction
Reviewed by Mike from Reno on Friday, December 24, 2010
Excellent shell (be sure you are shell sized properly!)....same as the Dragon series (100 mm last) with softer footboard and shims for spoiler and tongue. The liner should be replaced with either an Intuition liner or ZipFit. I chose the ZipFit World Cup liner and now the boot is bomber! The boot can be adjusted for forward flex by removing rear rivets (easily) for a soft, medium, or firm flex. All in all, a very good value with plenty of adjustments available.
Best Uses: Icy Conditions, Park, Powder
Cons: Cheesy liner replace it
Describe Yourself: Advanced
Pros: Buckles Easily, Highly Adjustable, Very good shell
Women can always wear men's boots if they fit them correctly. Each boot fits differently for each person. If you do a search for womens ski boots and then it lists the boots we have available for women. I hope this helps/
Answered on 5/25/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
I have skied for over 30 years and typically get 15-20 days per season. These would work for a very aggressive, over 150lbs female. Otherwise, a bit beefy.
Answered on 10/15/2010 12:00:00 AM by Brrrp from Phoenix