The Pinnacle. The cream of the crop. The Peak. Call it what you want, but rest assured Tecnica’s first sub-1000-gram touring boot lives up to its name. Born from our fit-and-performance-first ethos, the Zero G Peak is built to be extremely light and efficient on the uphill, yet maintain the power and downhill performance you’ve come to know and expect from a Tecnica boot. Adapted from our experience in the alpine world, the Zero G Peak uses a semi-overlap shell design, allowing the boot to wrap the foot better which not only increases comfort but significantly improves downhill performance. What's more, the CAS shell and CAS Light liner provide for a better anatomical fit out of the box and allow for slight customization in the way of punching or grinding - something that until now, has been unheard of in this space. A bi-directional carbon fiber plate underfoot reinforces the torsional stability, allowing for better power transmission to the ski, and the efficient single lever T-Hike mechanism provides maximum walkability with a 75-degree range of motion. The Zero G Peak is a true light-touring boot built the Tecnica way – Fit to bag every peak on your checklist and out-ski your buddies on the way down.
The C.A.S. Shell has an anatomical shape that matches the shape of the foot. This allows for a better out-of-the box initial fit. The dimples on the shell offer less surface tension and facilitate heating, making customizing the shell easier. The shell retains the new shape better and longer.
The T-Hike is a lighter interpretation of the Zero G Tour Double Blocking Mechanism. It offers strong, progressive ﬂex and great lateral power transmission. The shell is connected to the cuff at two separate points, and once in hiking mode it guarantees unrestricted walkability. In addition, the internal spoiler delivers unique solidity to the boot on downhill.
In keeping with Tecnica’s high-performance overlap boot construction, the new Zero G Peak shell construction combines the wrapping ﬁt of a high-performance boot with the walkability of a touring boot. Once you close the shell buckle with the cable system, the foot is ﬁrmly wrapped for uncompromising downhill performance.
Thanks to a new generation of carbon co-injected shell material, the Zero G Peak is strong, powerful and smooth while skiing. The Power Frame construction increases stiffness and torsional resistance, yet allows to reduce the thickness of the shell.
Our Zero G Peak liners are anatomically pre-shaped to deliver the best fit out of the box. The dual-density, C.A.S. microcellular material around the heel area is positioned to deliver great heel retention. If required, C.A.S. material can be grinded and thermo-molded for further personalization. The new flex structure on the back of the liner guarantees even easier hiking. In addition, it features Recco reflector technology for additional safety. Finally, the waterproof, breathable membrane keeps feet warm and dry all day long.
The waterproof gaiter fabric keeps feet warm and dry for all-day comfort. Its elasticated top ensures an easy step-in and out.
By reinforcing the sole area with carbon, we have made this boot 10% stiffer in terms of torsional rigidity compared to conventional boots (according to tests conducted by the Engineering Department at the University of Padova).