104mm last: Comfort is key for skiers matching up to this last width. It is roomy and comfortable, making it the preferred choice for recreational skiers that demand comfort above all else. This is the boot type that most recreational skiers prefer.
80 Flex Index: This boot has a flex rating of 80, which is moving out of the softer-entry level boots and into the stiffer more advanced ski boots. A boot of this flex is appropriate for a wide range of skiers, from lower intermediates looking to improve to expert skiers who want a more casual flex.
30mm Power Strap: A velcro strap, 30mm in height, acts as an extra buckle to keep the top of the boot together. The 30mm straps are good for recreational skiers or junior racers.
Ski-Walk Flip Lever: The back of the boot sports a lever to be pushed up or down to transfer from walk and ski modes, respectively. The walk mode allows the cuff to slide forward and back, where the ski mode locks the boot in a forward, skiing stance.
Macro adjust ladder (SuperMacro): The tooth plate opposite the top buckles can be moved in or out for a huge range of adjustment, and to fit narrow to wide lower legs.
Micro-adjustable alloy buckles: These alloy buckles can be twisted to adjust for size, so if the default position of the buckle and the teeth is too wide or too narrow, you can twist the buckle like a screw until it fits just right.
SuperFit Liner: Tecnica's most popular liner, for is blend of performance and comfort. This liner has plenty of jargon such as 'triple density technology' and a 'progressive cushioning system'. What you need to know: this is a very stiff and responsive liner (which is good, adds to the responsiveness of the boot) but is significantly plushier (which adds warmth and softness) than most other high performance liners. If you only see one movie this summer, and you're wearing ski boot liners while you're watching it, it should be these liners.