Tecnica Ten.2 120 HV

Model Year
All-Mountain Traditional
Last Width
106 (102mm shell with high volume liner)
Flex Index
Price (MSRP)

Some wide rides are too, well, two-dimensional. They blow out the toebox and forefoot to hit a last width target but forget about the other bits that are usually over-sized as well. Not the really-tough-to-type Ten.2 120 HV.  This is a three-dimensional site plan suited for the big skier.

The instep ceiling is vaulted and the calf fit is flared; high volume feet and legs will find their anatomical match here. The 120 flex is legit solid, built to handle the beat-down applied by big dudes. Got a really big calf? Pull the Velcro spoiler. Got a tight ankle joint (meaty feet guys ain't generally yoga masters)? There's room for a heel lift.

Testers liked the way this one skied. While many wide boots are difficult for slender-footed testers to find center, nobody had trouble zeroing in on the Ten.2 sweet spot. Its stance angles are balanced and its construction is tuned for performance skiing.

It's far from a bucket boot. Let’s spin the vocab dial and call it a spatially-enhanced all-mountain crusher that's agile enough so long as a skier's got the flesh to fill it up.

Sizes (MP) 
Hike Mode 
Heat Moldable Liner 
Boot width profile 


  • “A wide footed skier with skills will be thrilled with this boot. ” -- Bob Gleason
  • “Easy entry and exit. ” -- Pat Sullivan
  • “All day comfort and forgiving nature.” -- Marc Stewart
  • “Accommodating volume. Good flex for such a high volume boot. ” -- Jeff "JC" Costales
  • “Super warm. Snug as a bug in a rug. Strong dynamic balance. ” -- Chris Wiberg
  • “Liner provides ultimate comfort. ” -- Mike Evans
  • “Lively and agile for the big fella. ” -- Garrick Dardani


  • “Too soft for the big dudes who need this boot. ” -- Kevin Gabriel

This boot available at...

Warren, VT
Sandpoint, ID
Schweitzer, ID
Golden, CO
Taos Ski Valley, NM
Telluride, CO
Telluride, CO

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