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Hoji pro tour binding compatibility

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Hello

Anyone know if the Dynafit tlt vertical ST is compatible with this boot?

Also a tad confused....conflicting advice if the Fritshi Tecton is or not? Most reviews say not but the Black Diamond website says yes.

Cheers

Ian
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The Hoji boot is compatible with all of the Dynafit brand binding models except for the Beast.

The Hoji boot is compatible with the Fritschi Tecton 12/Evo from a safety point of view but I wouldn't recommend it as the Speednose profile of the boot combined with the rearward location of the tech inserts means that when in tour mode the boot toe contacts the toe binding 'bumper' quite a bit sooner than a regular tech touring boot meaning that the stride can be impeded as well as causing difficulty when performing uphill kick turns as the boots range of movement is restricted - this is particularly noticeable when using the high climbing bar.
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Cheers for the quick response

Strange to make a boot that will attract those that are downhill focused and not make it compatible with the Kingpin, Tecton or shift
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brownie wrote:
Cheers for the quick response

Strange to make a boot that will attract those that are downhill focused and not make it compatible with the Kingpin, Tecton or shift

Not strange at all. The Hoji boot is a targetted to the distance touring market which is not the Kingpin/Shift market and the Tecton is a competitor binding which Dynafit don't care about.
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