6/1/2017
 
Hey Nicholas, thanks for reaching out. Not really, mostly because the roof for the Speed Radical isn't available separately. There are, however, a few aftermarket options for you, but none that will give you the highest riser option, only the middle height, flat mode, and ski mode. The Maruelli Click-Clack riser is an aftermarket upgrade option that is pretty sweet and has a spring loaded riser so it's easy to flip with a pole. Plus it looks sweet. B&D also makes a roof / plate that just screws onto the top...
5/31/2017
 
Hey Champagne. Ouch, that's not fun. Yeah, in theory you could just swap the heel base, but there are a few different versions of it so you'll have to make sure you're getting the one that'll accept the anti-rotation plate. We don't have any in stock at the moment and likely won't be seeing them until the beginning of next season at the very earliest, but I'd be surprised if we see them at all.
5/31/2017
 
Hey Bill! No worries, too many questions never hurt anybody. Yup, the lower shell between the two boots are identical (maybe not under a microscope or down to the molecular level, but as far as the shape it should be the same). The Sideral 2.0 includes a thicker liner which gives it a slightly lower volume fit than the Spitfire. The new walk mechanism on the Spitfire makes it substantially stiffer than the Sideral 2.0, however it's also a lot more expensive.
5/30/2017
 
Hey Chris! Thanks for reaching out! In theory, yes absolutely as long as you're willing to modify your crampon to a certain extent, but we haven't tried that exact crampon combo yet so we're not sure. The good news is that we haven't found a crampon that it doesn't work with yet! Some of the toe bails aren't designed to be removed, but it looks like the Sabretooth crampons shouldn't have any issues as the toe bail pivots.
5/30/2017
 
Hey Kam. If the fit is a little snug/too tight, a thinner sock is generally the go-to method for increased sweat wicking and adding some volume. The Darn Tough RFL is the favorite around here! I think the Tour Lite is about as thin as you could possibly go without sacrificing a proper fit.