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October 3, 2019

The Highly Sought After Dynafit Hoji Free is Now in Stock

The highly sought after Hoji Pro Tour has gained a sibling. The Hoji Free comes with several significant updates increasing its downhill pedigree whilst still maintaining itself as a top uphill contender.

Hoji Free

Hoji Free

Increased forward lean (11 or 17⁰, depending on the removable spoiler), 102mm last and increased flex (roughly 130). The Grillamid shell is blended with fibre glass which means both performance and power transfer are increased. Exclusive to the Hoji Free is a fully customisable thermo-mouldable liner from Sidas. It is lightweight and firmly cradles the foot with precision and security for a comfortable up and a powerful down.

Hoji lock

Only a fraction heavier than the Hoji Pro Tour, the Hoji Free still comes in at a lightweight 1550g, and the innovative ‘Hoji Lock’ system gives greater cuff rotation (55⁰) for a solid downhill performance and enables a smooth transition from walk to ski.

 

The V-shaped tongue aids natural and energy saving freedom of motion on every step. Thanks to the addition of the toe lug and modified heel it is now compatible with multi-norm compatible alpine bindings and bindings such as the Salomon/Atomic Shift and Marker Kingpin. The Pomoca sole has impressive grip than ensures ski tourers have optimal hold when walking on rocks and icy flanks.

 

Fit wise, it still fits narrower than the stated last, however is still a wider fitting boot, but by no means a high-volume boot. The volume toe box has also been reduced from the Pro Tour model. The instep still fits low and it is very snug through the heel and ankle. It is a great addition to the Hoji range, and the changes now mean is a great option for those looking for a one boot quiver.

 

We have limited stock so book in now to secure your pair 020 7736 0046

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