"The hunt for powder is now on: The Tigard 130 Unisex ski touring boot is an aggressive, technical Alpine Tech Boot for maximum downhill performance on- and off piste. Fast as a snow leopard and strong as a tiger, the Tigard Free Touring combines Free Touring and Alpine skiing. The boot is the ultimate partner for all downhill-oriented athletes. It is compatible with not only frame bindings, but also tech and alpine bindings. Thanks to its low weight and extraordinary freedom of movement, you can easily conquer several hundred meters of vert – and will the first one guaranteed to drop into the perfect line! This high-end boot features the patented Hoji Lock System that merges the cuff and shell on the inside of the boot into one completely inseparable, interlocking unit without any play. With just one-hand handling, you can transition from walk to ski mode. The unique Grilamid material with carbon fibers offers very high rigidity with a progressive flex of 130 so you can enjoy your well-earned downhill to the fullest. The Tigard is the only boot in the DYNAFIT collection that integrates Overlap construction. This guarantees the foot is enveloped perfectly for precision skiing and direct power transfer. Compared to alpine ski boots, entry is significantly easier with its Easy Entry features. To ensure you make your way safely over rocks and icy flanks to your line, the Tigard 130 is equipped with a sturdy, long-lasting Gripwalk sole. This offers perfect grip and ideal traction when walking out of the binding. The Tigard is compatible with fully automatic crampons to lend even more safety on tour. An additional special feature of the Tigard 130 is the optional thermo-moldable Dynafitter 15 boot liner. Thanks to PrimaLoft, your feet stay comfy even in icy temperatures. At the same time, the liner lends the highest comfort and rigidity at a light weight. As with all DYNAFIT ski touring boots, the Tigard is made by hand in Italy’s Montebelluna and includes a lifetime guarantee. Tigard 130 – unbeatably strong on the downhill."