1/16/2018
 
Hi Anthony, it's a bummer to hear that you are struggling with the fit of your boots. I've fit the Powertrack 10 on a number of customers, and tried it on for my own fit. I think it will be too tight of a fit in the toes for your Alien RS. The 7mm Ultralight Performance liner will likely be too thin. I have experimented a little bit with the Intuition Pro Tour MV liner in the Alien RS and have found that it could be a workable solution if a person is dealing with too much volume in the calf and heel. You...
1/15/2018
 
Hi Dillon, the toes of these bindings weigh around 205 grams each.
1/15/2018
 
Hi Ryan, my suggestion would be to go with the 41. The liner is thin enough that I don't think you'll be swimming in it after a few sessions if you have a snug fit out of the box. If you receive it and find that the fit just isn't quite there, we can set up a return for you (provided it is kept in new condition and not skied.)
1/11/2018
 
Hi Ryan, it's an interesting comparison to make since the three boots are so different. I would say that the Alien 3.0 and the Syborg have the most similar fit of the three boots we are discussing. The Alien 3.0 has a similar heel and volume over the instep, but widens out slightly at the toe box (like the Syborg). I just tried a Syborg on again for reference and I'm of the opinion that the fit is similar to my Alien 3.0. The Alien 1.0 has a much narrower shape throughout the foot. If your toes are tigh...
1/11/2018
 
Hi Joseph, the setup you've suggested sounds killer! We have worked with a number of customers who have chosen that binding and ski combination and they have been very happy.