Technica Cochise

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Technica Cochise

Postby GoodTimes » Tue Dec 05, 2017 8:42 am

I don't often due AT but when I do you know why - Windhold or Burnt and a trip or two out West. I currently ski in a 130 flex Nordica and I am worried about loosing performance on the groomed stuff but I am trying to avoid a boot quiver to go along with my ski quiver and everything else.

Is anyone using the Cochise as there go to boot for AT and alpine carving?

Has anyone canted the boot?

Other ideas?

Thanks for the feedback
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Re: Technica Cochise

Postby b632 » Tue Dec 05, 2017 10:17 pm

Atomic hawk 130 ultra extra
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Re: Technica Cochise

Postby Andrew B. » Wed Dec 06, 2017 7:34 am

I have 10 days on new cochise 120
I haven't gone up in them yet but plan on skinning this weekend now that my new skins arrived
They ski great down hill
I have had AT boots in the past and these blow them away on the downhill.
I have really pronated feet that are hard to fit and these have been the easiest boot i have had to dial in
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Re: Technica Cochise

Postby GoodTimes » Sat Dec 09, 2017 2:47 pm

All,

Thanks for the feedback. I skied the Cochise 130's today.

Nice and responsive on my bushwackers.

It appears this will be a solid option for skinning, pow and groomers.

Going to keep my Nordicas for the beer league GS skis.

I also found out that Technica has a 1 degree Cant option if you need it.
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