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eric

eric
Gender:Male
Height:6' 0"
Weight:165 lbs
Shoe Size:US 9.50
Skier Type:Type III+ - Expert
Ski Frequency:100+ days / year
My Skiing

everything from powder to steep icy chutes.if its got snow I will ski it. I have
skied all over the world and very close to skiing all 7 continents.

My Gear

powder days tlt6 performance, blizzard zerog 95 with speed turns. every other day dyna evo boots, atomic ultimate 78 with trab race bindings.

Recent Posts

3/31/2020
 
Alex- I'm not sure if the pivot to pin is the same on those 2 buckles. Most of the other boots there is not much crossover. We do have replacement velcros here:https://skimo.co/dynafit-power-straps called PDG2 power straps. The other option would be to stitch some industrial velcro on the strap with better longevity.
3/4/2020
 
Nils, We do ship to Norway. I sent you a picture of the brown pole to your email.
Michael, There is no difference between shell, liner or footbed for the 27.0 and the 27.5. Just stickers on the box.
2/3/2020
 
JT22- Yes the 178 length would be fine for you. For binding I would suggest using our Binding Finder and we can help you sort through the bindings. Fish scales are good for rolling terrain but you are correct that they do slide on steeper terrain. They also slide slower than the standard base when the scales are in contact with hard snow.
Mark- Sizing is exactly the same on the two boots. Carbonio will feel a little looser since the liner is thinner than the Expedition. I think the Expedition is a little better skiing boot than the Carbonio due to beefier upper on the liner.



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