Another of the HOJI Family: HOJI PU W boot. On the descent, it holds its own against competitors thanks to its Hoji Lock System that enables optimum power transfer on the ski. At the same time, the boot facilitates efficient walking technique with maximum freedom of movement with a cuff rotation of 55 degrees. Combined with its light weight of 1,500 grams, you get a natural and energy-saving walking motion even on every kind of terrain. In addition a shortened toe, the "Speed Nose," reduces weight by 15 percent. Plus, it enables a 12-percent more efficient roll-through by the foot with a pivot point setback by 4 mm. With a last width of 103.5mm, the Velcro Power Strap, and three micro-adjustable buckles, the foot sits ideally positioned to deliver top performance on the downhill and on demanding terrain. The significant difference between PRO, PX and PU is in the closure system: The HOJI PU W does not come with the patented Hoji Lock System, but rather with what we call the Hoji Single Lock System. That means the strap is not connected to the rear lever and thus must be secured separately to switch to downhill mode. An additional difference is in the materials: The HOJI PU W is slightly heavier than the HOJI PRO TOUR W but at the same time slightly more advanced thanks to the flex characteristics and properties of the polyurethane used.