12/6/2017
 
Hey Jonathan! Nope, they're from the Maestrale! They're a bit shorter in the cuff, thinner, and have better walking capabilities, but it comes at the expense of stiffness in ski mode. The Speed Ride Liner is the original Freedom SL liner that you're looking for, but the Intuition Pro Tour is another awesome option to consider, especially if you spend a bunch of time skinning in those boots.
12/6/2017
 
Hey DVB! Nice! The Superlite 2.0 is a great way to lighten things up! The brakes are a nice feature, especially because they're removable so you can experiment with different configurations. Weight for the 105mm brakes is 82g per side.
12/6/2017
 
Hey Dave, thanks for reaching out. Correct, we are out of those at the moment and unfortunately we haven't been able to get any leads on availability for those.
12/5/2017
 
Hey Dan! Speed Turn 2.0 toes should come about as bare bones as it gets, just the toe piece, 4 screws, and a crampon clip. They're designed to be mounted directly to the ski (unless the TTS system you're using requires a baseplate, then it'll mount to that as long as the hole pattern is correct). The lever will protrude below the baseplate when there's no boot in it, but once you pop a boot in there it'll widen the pins up and prevent it from bottoming out like that.
12/5/2017
 
Hey Heather! Ha, yeah it's pretty tough to tell exactly what is what, sorry for the somewhat confusing image. What's your preference on color? Maybe I can find what you're looking for!