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Tecnica Agent 90 Ski Boots

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Specs

Type: All Mountain
Flex Index: 90
Liner: Heat Moldable
Buckle Layout: 4 Buckle
Buckle Material: Metal
Last Width: 102
Walk Mode: No
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Tecnica Agent 90 Ski Boots

For the serious skiing enthusiast inside of you, wear the Tecnica Agent 90 Ski Boots for men. The unique 3-density shell system ensures that your feet will remain comfortable even after a long day on the slopes, and the fur fleece lining and neoprene lining in the toe box will keep the winter chill and snow melt from creeping in and ruining your day. The carbon steel buckles will keep you secure and stable for a big day. If you seek the thrill of the hill without the extra challenge of fighting with your footwear, the Agent 90 ski boots are an excellent option.

Key Features of the Tecnica Agent 90 Ski Boots:
  • 3 Density Technology
  • Cuff Alignment
  • Delta Force System
  • AVS With Grip Sole
  • Velcro Rear Spoiler: adjustable and removable
  • 35mm Velcro Powerstrap
  • Embossed Carbon Steel Buckles
  • Contact: Shock Absorbing Tongue, Shock Absorbing Rear Spoiler
  • Triple Position Cuff Catches
  • Fur Fleece Lining
  • Tongue Handle Pull Strap
  • Neoprene Toe Box

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How come this boot, shown as 29.0 shows 28.5 on the sole?
John A on Dec 25, 2014
Best Answer: Hey John.

The 28.5 size was used by graphics for the image. We only have the 29 in stock at the moment. Sorry for any confusion.
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Are these good for the terrain park?
Lisa W on Nov 28, 2014
Best Answer: The Tecnica Agent 90 Ski Boot is an awesome boot but for the advanced skier looking for a mid-stiffness freeride boot. I think you could use these in the terrain park if that is the type of boot you are looking for.
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