Hey there wondering if there’s a chance you will be getting more Vulcan buckles in? I wanted to order a extra full set for an upcoming trip but see that there is only the left cuff buckle in stock. Thanks
Hi, I'm looking for a replacement instep buckle for a Dyna Evo boot. I think the part number is 68446 1602. I'm not quite sure whether the Instep Strap you list above is what I'm looking for. Is it?! Thanks.
Dave, sorry, that is not the buckle. We don't have it.
Hi Zack, I'm sorry to hear you're in need of a buckle. Historically, we have not seen a lot of success in interchanging the Vulcan buckles on other boots. In your case, I cannot say 100% that it will or will not work because we can't recall trying it specifically on a Mercury.
I need a replacement TLT6 Performance replacement instep Buckle set the lower one the buckle is black, would a Lower TLT6 MtN instep Buckle set work for the repair and do you have one in stock. The cable on the buckle is broken, any solution?
I have a pair of Dynafit Vulcans and have broken both the left and right cuff buckles at different times. I was able to get replacement buckles from the local shop, however I see them breaking again...... Looking to see if the TLT 6 buckles are interchangeable with the Vulcan and if so are they stronger?
Hi Clara, unfortunately the parts availability for the Dynafit TLT5 boots seems to have dried up. We have been trying to get these and other parts but they have become incredibly scarce at this point. We do not have any in stock at this time and Dynafit does not have any available for us to order.
I'm not aware of being able to use one from another boot at this time.
Hey Levan! Dang! In theory, yes it's absolutely replaceable! Dynafit also seems to be totally out for the time being and we're unsure if they're going to be bringing in any more throughout the rest of the season.
Hi, I have a question regarding instep buckles and straps for the PDG boots. Please clarify if versions of these buckles and straps which listed in the dropdown menu are for the new model 2016-2017, or they are for the old PDG model? Thank you, Fedor
I was backcounty skiing in the Tetons yesturday and my instep buckle bale broke. Ladies Dynafit TLT5 Mountain. I used a strap but it did little to secure my foot in a functional skiing position. Are you aware of anywhere I can get replacement bales, any third party bales? The length I need is 5.25 to 5.5 inches long? I would appreciate your help. In the meantime I am going to search out old part boxes at our local ski shops and second hand stores.
Hey Gale! Dang, sorry about the boot! There's a chance there are a few parts from different boots that will work, but it'd definitely be helpful if you sent in a picture of your other boot so we can for sure eliminate any confusion! At any rate, I definitely support searching through the old part boxes as we've all been there and have all had some form of luck come from those boxes!
Hello, I have a question regarding PDG Instep Buckle Cord, if I cannot click on it, does that mean you just temporarily don't have it? I lost only the chord while skiing and I cannot find it anywhere. I hope you will be able to help me. Thank you, best regards!
Hey Anamarija, thanks for reaching out! Yup, if it's not in the dropdown menu then it's temporarily out of stock, however we will be getting some in within the coming months. When we break buckles, we generally use Skimo Ski Straps in place of a buckle until it gets replaced! Invaluable on a hut trip or while waiting for the new buckle to show up! I have also seen people make their own buckle cords out of accessory cord.
I need to replace the left cuff buckle on my TLT6 Performance (neon green/yellow). I got a Vulcan right cuff buckle from you previously that worked with some filing. I don't see it on the list anymore but I do see the TLT6 left cuff buckle and catch option. I assume that's it. Just looking for confirmation. Thanks, Michael
Hey Michael. Glad to hear the Vulcan buckle is working out! Yup, you got it! The TLT6 Left Cuff Buckle and Catch is the lever, the attached cable, and the adjustment catch that bolts onto the front of the cuff.