Is there a replacement for the yellow plastic piece that is attached to the spring that locks the heel down (takes it out of the walk mode)? That broke on me along with a few buckles , Cant bolt and a wire. Any help would be great ! Thanks!
Considering a mod for the instep buckle of my Dynafit Mercury. Looks like the toe buckle for the Pegasus may be the right length. Do you have any kind of specific measurement, like the mounting bolt to far catch hole? I would need two pairs including the catches. What would that cost? (Don't see the catches above).
Hey Keith. I think you may be on to something! The measurement from the center of the mounting hole to the center of the far catch is 113mm. This was measured with the buckle in the closed position and at the maximum length adjustment range of the barrel adjuster. If the length is too great you can tighten the barrel adjuster and get it down to about 100mm from center to center.
I had the cant bolt fall out of my Spectre 1.0 boot. It was lost in the snow. Can I get a replacement from you guys ? I'm also needing a buckle replacement (over the instep, second from the toe). I've also broken both tongues along the side where the black flex point is... Though, the cant assembly is the only piece I can't ski without.
Hi James, unfortunately this isn't available separately. It's possible Sportiva warranty might find one for you.
The exact thing happened to me, I am currently waiting for La Sportive to respond to my letter. I was stuck in ski mode and when I pulled the plastic back to look at the mech. The plastic gear and a spring fell out. I bought the boots last spring, very sad!
I want to do the pegasus buckle mod on my Vulcans. The original strap is not long enough when I use my custom tongues. Which strap would you recommend? It appears that I need either the lower cuff buckle or the instep buckle. I have size 24.5 mondo.
Hi Lars, it's hard to say what length you need with a custom tongue. Since you can place them anywhere, it might not matter. In general, the lower down on the boot, the shorter the wire and the less the buckle protrudes from it's axis.