Tecnica didn’t skimp on its women’s top-end freeride boot. The four-buckle Zero G Guide Pro has a women-specific upper cuff for optimum fit around the calf (with corresponding control and power). The bi-injected Grilamid shell is lighter and stronger than other plastics, so the Zero G saves weight without loss to performance. (Our testers found it toured better than most freeride boots and “ripped” the downhill.) Plus, the unique dimpled shell makes shell punching easier, allowing for more customizable fit and performance.