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.
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