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Tecnica Cochise 120 Ski Boots 2024

If you have average feet, are an intermediate skier, and want the option to tour every now and then this could be your boot. It fits a lot of different foot shapes, offers enough comfort to keep your feet happy the whole day, and isn't overly stiff or difficult to put on. This is one of the most popular boots in this category for a reason.

$489.96 Orig. $699.95

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One of the best boots for average skiers looking for a one-boot quiver. It tours well and skis well.


The Tecnica Cochse 120 has been around for quite a while now. The performance you get on both the up and the down is great, and the fit works for a wide variety of foot shapes. Most alpine touring boots aren't the best at crushing resort laps, the Cochise 120 is more than powerful enough to keep up with you on the days you spend in the resort while the walk mode offers a smooth and efficient feel when you head out on some touring laps. A progressive 120 flex behaves very similarly to a traditional downhill boot and is more than responsive enough to handle some aggressive ski days without being too unforgiving for skiers who aren't perfect. Compared to the stiffer flexing Cochsie 130, the 120 has a softer liner and a flex pattern that makes sense for intermediate skiers or lighter-weight expert skiers. Compared to older Cochise models, the walk mode on the new version is much better (better power transfer and a smoother feel on the ascent). If you spend most of your time in the resort, tour occasionally, have average feet, and don't need to be in the stiffest or tightest fitting boots out there the Cochise 120 is one of the best options. If you're looking for a more powerful boot, in the Alpine Touring capable category, check out the Cochise 130. 

Bootfitter's notes:

The Tecnica Cochise is advertised as a 99mm last, it fits a bit more generously than advertised. The toe box is more squared off which is great for skiers with average to slightly wider than average feet. The heel is precise but not overbearing. You may notice a small pinch around the back of your heel/Achilles area before the boot is molded to your feet and broken in, but this pinch does go away once the boot breaks in a bit. Instep pressure is true for a mid-volume fit and the boot board can be ground down if you need some more space on top of your foot. 

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Tech Specs

  • Weight/ 1750 g per boot @ 26.5
  • Liner/ CAS Liner (Heat moldable)
  • Boot Sole/ Gripwalk
  • Designed By/ Tecnica
  • Last/ 99mm
  • Cuff Style/ 2 Piece Overlap
  • Shell Materials/ PU
  • Built By/ Tecnica

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Solid fit and feel but not overly tight for average feet. It skis really well for a boot with a walk mode while still being efficient enough on the way up to keep you happy. It fits a lot of feet and does the up and down really well. Awesome boot.

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