Tongues and spoilers-- there's a joke in there somewhere, but we're going to do the mature thing and hold off on making it. New tongues for your old boots, or just replace the ones that fell out of your pack. All are sold in pairs.
TLT6 Hard Tongue - Stiff tongues to beef up your TLT6 boots. Sized per shell size.
TLT6 Spoiler Set - The rear spoiler that houses the forward lean chip in the cuff of your TLT6. Every two shell sizes of the TLT6 share a spoiler.
Neo Spoiler Set - A set of spoilers for your Dynafit Neo, One or Vulcan boots. Two shell sizes per spoiler size, with the max size listed.
Vulcan MS Tongues - A set of tongues for your Dynafit Vulcans. One size per shell.
Will these tongues fit my ZZero 4U 's?
Drew, these tongues are designed for each specific boot and these boots have a slot that the tongue slides into where the Zzero 4u's do not.
Hey Barry, I agree this is confusing! Dynafit uses the term "spoiler set" to refer to the internal lock plate that the Ultra Lock mechanism locks into, when in ski mode. You would want to buy a set if you had hucked one too many cliffs and broken your boot cuff. On the other hand, the "Hoji Free Spoiler" (found here) is designed to increase your forward lean so that you get to that cliff faster and with more aggression.
I'm looking to decrease the forward lean of a 26.5 TLT5-p and visually it appears that the TLT6 spoiler is compatible. Can you confirm this? If it is I would also need the metal bracket but I didn't see it on the list. Is this something that you might have or could you point me in the right direction? Thanks
Hey Simon! Thanks for reaching out. A) Totally possible, but I think there are other options worth exploring first, especially because those tongues are next to impossible to find. B) 100% support this decision. Touring boots don't necessarily need to be super stiff in the forward flex to perform well, but the extra height will help a ton. Hole patterns might be a bit different though so you may need to punch a hole through the power strap to get it to fit. Either way, good idea. C) Definitely a good idea. Play is never awesome.
If possible, a burlier liner with a stiffer tongue will make a substantial difference in downhill performance. Keep in mind that by adding extra downhill performance you will very likely wear out the boot even quicker because it's getting skied so hard.
Hey Neil! Unfortunately Dynafit stopped producing those and as of now they're not available anywhere outside of the used market! I have heard of some people using different companies tongues in the boots, but it does require some modification.