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Thanks for your question, Nate. Having owned your boot, I would encourage you to go with the Pro Tour. To decide what thickness of liner you would need, please click here. For your boot, the 28.0 should do the trick. We are expecting these to come back into stock, please reach out at help@skimo.co if you would like to be notified when they do.
9/22/2021
 
Thanks for your question, Leah. They come "as is" with no bindings or skins. It would be possible to remount for a 290 bsl. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
Thanks for your question, Casey. Typically, Intuition bases the volume recommendation on the "finger fit" of the shell. These guidelines can be viewed here. Comparing the stock Radical Pro liner side by side with a MV Pro Tour, the two seem to be comparable thicknesses in the forefoot, however, the Pro Tour seems to have a little extra mass in the rest of the liner. If you would rather a tighter than looser fit, you could do an HV Pro Tour then mold to get the fit you're after. Otherwise, the MV will be sl...
9/18/2021
 
Thanks for your question, Paul. For what you've described, the Backland 95 would be the best choice. It'll be damp enough for the resort, float well in powder, and will hold an edge when you need it to. Out of the three skis you listed, the Zero-G 95 will have the best edge hold, however, it is a very "demanding" ski that insists on impeccable ski form at all times. While we're huge fans of Ski Trab, for resort usage I think you'd be better served with the Atomic. Please let us know if you have any other qu...
9/18/2021
 
Thanks for your question, Winston. The AL05 Freeride Spacer won't work with the Crest 10. While the AL05 is a "universal spacer," there needs to be between 14.5 mm to 20 mm of space between the boot sole and ski surface. The brake on the crest 10 precludes this from occurring. The spacer would work if you took the brakes off, though. Please let us know if you have any other questions!



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