Dynafit is giving one lucky winner the choice of Hoji Free 110 or Hoji Free 130 ski boots primed for backcountry sending
Designed by the backcountry maestro himself, Eric “Hoji” Hjorliefson, the Hoji Free ski touring boots from Dynafit are made to the highest standards and fine-tuned to enhance the downhill skiing experience. Offered in an ultra-stiff 130-flex and—new for this season—a more forgiving 110-flex, both Hoji Free models are some of the most comfortable, capable ski touring boots on the market. Enter the giveaway for your chance to win boots of your choice.
From the 2021 FREESKIER Buyer’s Guide:
Dynafit Hoji Free 110
The biggest complaints about Eric “Hoji” Hjorliefson’s original Pro Model boot from Dynafit were the omission of a toe-bail (for alpine binding compatibility) and that it was too damn stiff for many recreational skiers. Well, the all-new Hoji 110 Free answers the call on both counts. Built with a toe-bail, a forgiving 110 flex rating and offered in a 102-millimeter last, the latest iteration of Hoji’s namesake slippers are built for everyday skiers who want venture deep into the backcountry but also spend some time at the resort. The best part? The “Hoji Lock System” offers no-nonsense switching from alpine to touring mode (where you’ll get a 55-degree range of motion) and the Ultra Lock powerstrap ensures a snug fit on every mission.