11/5/2015
 
Re-reading it, I was trying to contrast these with the usual mohair skimo fare, and worded it badly. It might have been out of surprise that you sell stuff for *gasp* normal touring (!) ;)
11/4/2015
 
I just noticed my review clearly mentions mohair, which these have none of. Perhaps there used to be an old picture of the mohair mix? Or maybe I'm just losing my mind. Anyhow - BD nylon skins are awesome.
11/4/2015
 
I've used these for skimo the past year and they have performed beyond expectation in every way. As my first experience with 100% mohair, I was expecting a little crankiness - either slip or poor durability, if not both. I have been quite pleasantly surprised. The performance and durability have been exceptional. They are very light and quite "noodly". Unfortunately I can't comment too much on the adhesive, as I pre-emptively stripped and reglued the tail + underfoot area before every taking them out, on th...
11/4/2015
 
These things are works of art. As far as I can tell, there is zero difference between the LTR 2.0 toe and the Superlite 2.0 toe EXCEPT that the LTR toe is spring loaded auto-locking and cannot be skied unlocked. No doubt this is preferred for both racers and some of the hard-charging guys on lightweight bindings, but I can't do it. It does look like the auto-locking spring could be removed manually to make the toes exactly like the Superlite, but I'm not certain.
11/4/2015
 
I have the 14mm plates that fit a standard Dynafit Radical or classic heel pattern for use with my Kreuspitze heels and Radical toes. They are simple and impressively light, thanks to strategic material removal and thin backing nuts which minimize plate thickness and ramp angle change. 14mm is plenty of range for my collection of boots (with a little forethought in mounting - consider the 6mm gap spec when doing so). The mass penalty for the 18mm or 40mm plate is very small, but I have a near-perverse insi...