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Dynafit Hoji Pro Tour Ski Boot

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$639.96 $799.95

Item #DNF00EE

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Tech Specs

Shell Material:
Last Width:
Lean Angle:
Walk Mode:
55° of rotation
Custom Plus
Liner Closure:
power strap
Binding Compatibility:
TLT (tech)
Formula Pomoca Climb
Claimed Weight:
3lb 5oz
Recommended Use:
backcountry skiing
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Hoji Pro Tour Ski Boot

Designed for aggressive backcountry skiing, the Men's Hoji Pro Tour Ski Boot balances a light weight with a progressive performance for riders who value downhill riding as much as easy skinning. Its wide last creates an incredibly comfortable fit for skiers who like to layer socks, or women with wider feet, but regardless of your foot shape, the straps, inverse buckles, and various micro-adjustments will ensure a secure fit. Dynafit's remarkable Hoji Lock system that quickly switches the boot from walk mode to ski mode with a quick flip of a switch. Recent updates include a narrower toebox with the TLT inserts set closer to the front in order to maximize the boot's walking efficiency, and it eases your ability to step into tech bindings a lot easier than before.

  • Dynafit's burlier backcountry boot for aggressive skiing
  • Wide last creates an incredibly comfortable fit for wider feet
  • Master Step eases attachment to TLT tech bindings
  • Walk mode goes from ski to walk mode with the flip of a switch
  • Speed Nose narrows the toe box for a more efficient skin
  • Reviews
  • Q & A


    This boot has the best ankle range of motion if you really like climbing and gaining vert. Super stiff, and very efficient with the speed nose. I'm a big fan of efficiency in the backcountry, and that is the best of both worlds.

    So close, but sabotaged by Dynafit ...

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The pros:
    - Walk mode the most range I've ever experienced. End up not having to switch heel heights all the time (e.g. for a very short steeper section). Also helps when max heel height not quite enough.
    - The fit (for me). And the main reason I purchased. Probably disappoints others but the wider foot throughout fits me better. Otherwise probably would have stuck with Maestrale RS
    - The Hoji lock system. Less so for the "pants always down)... I don't care necessarily about speed transitions. But seems a more solid lock and squeezes out a bit more broad tightness across upper boot.
    - A "quality" stiffness. That is, it may not be technically as stiff as other beefy AT boots (certainly nothing like a stiffness-at-all-cost downhill boot), but it feels stiffer to me than the Maestrale RS (my model a few years old), I think because of the progressive feel... doesn't want to "collapse" under pressure.

    The cons:
    - Very poor choices in my opinion made by Dynafit. Probably motivated by business goal of selling more bindings, the lack of a toe welt is a disappointment but one I knew at purchase. I use a Kingpin 13 currently (somewhat begrudgingly, but a solid bniding)... but I don't like being "locked out" out of non-pin bindings (like Salomon Shift). Still that downside I realized at the time of purchase. What I didn't realize until later is that the design of the heel welt makes it not-officially compatible with the Kingpin and other bindings. Ok, that's annoying, but worst case I can go to a Beast 14 or something. Nope! Dynafit didn't even make it compatible with one of their own bindings. .
    So close to a great boot ... saw one comment online that sums it up: "Great boot for crappy bindings!"

    Great touring boot

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Boots have great range of motion in tour mode and are light weight but also ski well. Stiffness is not quite what I want in bounds (have 120 flex dalbellos) but has held up in steep terrain at multiple resorts and is great in the backcountry.

    The buckles are ok in my opinion. Mid foot is ratchet which gets iced up from time to time and are made of weak metal that bent on me without my notice. Top ‘Hoji lock’ system works well but power strap does get loose after a while (mostly noticed in bounds). Although I thought it would be more gimmick than functional I do really like the ‘Hoji lock’ system.

    Liners are lower quality than I am used to. The first pair I received had a manufacturing defect which backcountry.com quickly resolved (thanks!). That said , liners are lightweight , generally comfortable, and appear to be lower volume to match the low volume shell.

    Overall a great boot and worth the money if they fit your feet. I have a wide forefoot and high volume feet. The fit is perfect once packed out for me. I think if I had any higher volume feet the boots would not fit.

    HOJI liner sucks

      I've purchased two pair of Hoji's. First was too small so I purchased next size up. When heat molding, both pair of liners were damaged! These were performed at two different reputable shops. I"ve been waiting for over two months for Dynafit to replace the liner. Unacceptable customer service!

      Almost Hits the Perfect Balance

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      The highly anticipated Hoji ski boot lives up to the hype, and has been my go-to boot this year for backcountry adventures regardless of the objective. The boot design tours well for its weight, and skis as well or better than other tech boots that weigh a bit more. The lack of a DIN compatible toe lug is an unfortunate limitation of this year's model, as they are only compatible with true tech bindings, and cannot be skied with DIN or hybrid bindings like Salomon's Shift. After about a month of use, the pull tab on the liner tore off, but this damage has of course not affected the skiability of the boot in any way. The booster-like power strap is a great addition to the boot, and really lets you crank the liner's tongue close to your shin allowing for precise, powerful skiing. If you lean towards touring at a fast pace or are the type to skin for the sake of the uphill, this boot may not be for you. For those looking for a one boot backcountry quiver, the Hoji is as good as any boot I've skied over the years.

      Returned because they were too small

        Returned because I got the wrong size, but they were great otherwise

        Hoji Pro

        Designed to tour, designed to ski.

        Uniquely game changing.

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Alright - we may say "game changing" a bit much in the ski world, but honestly - these boots are ultimately different and unique in their design that makes for the perfect combination of tour-ability and ski-ability.

        In the ultimate chase for the "holy grail" boot - A touring boot that not only is effortless on the skin track but also crushes on the down, Dynafit has done something special here with Eric Hjorleifson and the Dynafit product team.

        The main design element that makes this boot awesomely different is how the cuff and the lower integrate together between tour and ski mode. Using a "floating" third connector which slides up and out of the way while in tour mode - providing 55 degrees range of motion - (and also unique, is that this range of motion is balanced both forward and back, while most boots have either significant range of motion forward, or rear - these have seamless range in both directions). When the tour switch is popped into "ski" mode - the connector interfaces with the lower by grabbing the rear of the lower cuff. This "grabbing" creates a stiff connection, there is limited to no play, and you reap the full value of stiffness from the boot because of it. It's hard to explain in words - i will post a video - but this switch, dubbed "no more need to pull you pants up" - is legit. I am not only excited for this interface for this boot - but to see this type of design fade down into the more rando/race boots.

        They are also a bit wide in the last, so they are roomy for people like me with burly wide feet. Super comfy, super stiff, and just rips.

        This is the Freetour boot for true tech freeriding. Designed by the man himself - Hoji.

        Also - the feeling when you slap this thing into ski mode is soooooo satisfying. I think it's the smoothness and the burliness of the system, but it just works like a dream and it makes me feel happy.

        Can you comment on the how the Hojis ski as compared to the Zero G Guide? Thanks in advance.

        Ya right Quiti

        Havent used yet

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        Havent had chance to use these boots yet but are super comfy and seem like they will be a great boot for ripping in the backcountry these winter


        US MenUS WomenUKEUMondopoint
        5 6 4 36.6  23
        5.5 6.5 4.5 37.3  23.5
        6 7 5 38  24
        6.5 7.5 5.5 38.6  24.5
        7 8 6 39.3  25
        7.5 8.5 6.5 40  25.5
        8 9 7 40.6  26
        8.5 9.5 7.5 41.3  26.5
        9 10 8 42  27
        9.5 10.5 8.5 42.6  27.5
        10 11 9 43.3  28
        10.5 11.5 9.5 44  28.5
        11   10 44.6  29
        11.5   10.5 45.3  29.5
        12   11 46  30
        12.5   11.5 46.6  30.5
        13   12 47.3 31