Do you have the longer cable buckles for the Synchro boots? I need two that a bit longer than the stock one for my calf's. They are just too big for the ones on there now. I have been using the power strap but I'd like to buckle it.
Hello- would the ski/walk mechanism be compatible with the Sparkle (1st Gen)?. My left boot won't lock in to ski mode, I don't see the tab pop into the corresponding hole in the metal bar. Looks like this is the part I need, if it's compatible.
Can you still obtain the "power strap" and spoiler for Sideral 1.0 (the optional strap that goes above the main cuff buckle)? If not, are there any other straps from similar LaSportiva boots that will substitute? Do you know if Spitfire 2.0 / Syborg / Sytron uses the same spoiler/strap?
Christopher, Not sure that is still obtainable. I don't remember what the power strap looked like and cannot find any pictures. I can't tell how it attaches. Can yous end us a picture of where it would attach, to email@example.com.
HI I need a canting part for a Right 1st gen Spectre. I also find that the Right boot will resist going back into ski mode (issue present before the cant screw fell out), do you have replacement parts for these?
Hey Irishkoot! Canting kits are sold individually and doesn't matter which side you throw them on, though it sounds like potentially the ski/walk mech needs replacing (which it looks like we also have at the moment).
I see similar questions asked above, but I'll ask again and hope for the answer I want. I have a pair of TLT5 boots with the junk in-step buckle it came with. I see your webpage linked to the same wildsnow.com page I found about modifying boots with different buckles. I realize the boot was not designed to use the pegasus buckle, but if I were to buy one and rig it on there myself, what length would work the best? The toe buckle, or the cuff buckle?
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Hey David, thanks for reaching out. Tough to say exactly as it'll depend a bit on the size of boot you are wearing. Take a flexible tape measure, accessory cord, shoe lace, yarn, something along those lines, and measure from rivet hole to rivet hole on either side of the shell. Relay that info back to me and we'll get you the proper buckle size.