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  1. Thread: MNC bindings

    by gregL
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    Just as Curad doesn't call their adhesive...

    Just as Curad doesn't call their adhesive bandages "Band Aids," Marker and Tyrolia don't call their bindings that are compatible with all ISO-compliant sole types "MNC." The "Multi-Norm Compatible"...
  2. No. It never occurred to me to do this when I...

    No. It never occurred to me to do this when I owned the boots, and it doesn't come up now as they've been out of production for a while. I've punched for maleolus pain under both the carbon and...
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    Any cuff that's got a split up the middle to...

    Any cuff that's got a split up the middle to allow a walk mode won't be as solid as a continuous riveted cuff, but that doesn't mean it skis poorly. It skis about like an RX120 in my opinion, and...
  4. Ignore it. If that causes any problem before your...

    Ignore it. If that causes any problem before your kid turns 21, PM me and I will replace it.
  5. We stopped carrying Zipfit after years of selling...

    We stopped carrying Zipfit after years of selling a few pairs a year. Yes, they ski great and can be rejuvenated more or less indefinitely, but they are also heavy, cold, and suck in a touring or...
  6. When you inject more material it goes around the...

    When you inject more material it goes around the ankle, not the calf.
  7. Start with a boot with a smaller cuff...

    Start with a boot with a smaller cuff circumference and find a good bootfitter to make the forefoot 105mm wide.

    The two best examples are both relatively new designs, the Atomic Hawx Ultra and...
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    It's for when the guy before you didn't do it...

    It's for when the guy before you didn't do it right . . .
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    I suspect few people will use them without the...

    I suspect few people will use them without the screws, though manufacturers almost never include them in their quoted weights. Typically around 2.5 grams per screw.
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    I got a negative Yelp review when I used that one...

    I got a negative Yelp review when I used that one at work.
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    More like 2 sizes too big, then. And that's just...

    More like 2 sizes too big, then. And that's just length, you could also have a low volume foot and the Cochise is an "average" lasted boot.
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    You can also wear 3 rubbers simultaneously to...

    You can also wear 3 rubbers simultaneously to fill up space around your dick, but performance takes a serious hit.
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    You sure about that? You can GET a flared ISO...

    You sure about that? You can GET a flared ISO 9523 touring sole for the Cochise (came on the original Zero G Guide Pro) but Cochises ship with flat ISO 5355 soles. I took the ones off my Cochise and...
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    Actually the bindings are ISO 13992, which works...

    Actually the bindings are ISO 13992, which works with ISO 9523 soles. There are separate but related standards for bindings and boot soles.
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    Right now? I'd get Tecnica Zero G Tour Pros,...

    Right now?

    I'd get Tecnica Zero G Tour Pros, Blizzard Zero G 105's, Atomic Backland Tour bindings with leash, and G3 Alpinist+ Universal skins.

    In about 5 months I'd decide I need something...
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    Marker says it works, which is a pretty high bar...

    Marker says it works, which is a pretty high bar in liability terms. Skiing is risky.

    Whoever told you that may be confusing SoleID (Marker) with MNC (Amer Sports) - last season Amer Sports said...
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    Why would you? There's no walk mode lever running...

    Why would you? There's no walk mode lever running up between the heel and toe, and the Shift toe slides on from front to back. 301mm - 92mm - ~12mm if your Shift is mounted with a factory jig = 197mm...
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    No. An "AW" Look/Rossi binding fits Alpine ISO...

    No.
    An "AW" Look/Rossi binding fits Alpine ISO 5355 and GripWalk soles, you have ISO 9523 Touring Soles on the MTN Lab. The discontinued Look Dual WTR bindings with the adjustable height AFD are...
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    Pretty much every decent boot packs out and gets...

    Pretty much every decent boot packs out and gets roomier for the first 30-40 hours of its life. That's 6-8 days of skiing for most people. If they are super comfortable in the shop, you'll likely be...
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    IME, yes. But you have to ask whether you ski...

    IME, yes. But you have to ask whether you ski enough "resort only" days to justify it. A good alpine boot gives you more power, quicker response, and more fit options (I have skied the MTN Lab at the...
  21. Thread: 1kg Boot thread

    by gregL
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    That means one who is willing to ignore Scarpa's...

    That means one who is willing to ignore Scarpa's specific instructions not to heat or punch the carbon-reinforced scaffo at all . . . they punch OK, but still not anywhere near as well as an F1 or...
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    What with moving the warehouse this summer, those...

    What with moving the warehouse this summer, those soles (if they exist) could be scattered anywhere from Tennessee to Utah . . .
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    Precisely what they are calling it. Press launch...

    Precisely what they are calling it. Press launch is tomorrow.
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    Not exactly, but still 98mm in the forefoot. The...

    Not exactly, but still 98mm in the forefoot. The midfoot and ankle are closer to the foot and the instep is 1mm taller.
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    With the S/Max 130 Carbon, Salomon went from...

    With the S/Max 130 Carbon, Salomon went from having one of the softer 130 flex consumer boots (X Max 130) to perhaps the stiffest. I tried it on when they showed up last year and couldn't flex it at...
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    Poll: The ones with media pockets, goggle pockets, RFID...

    The ones with media pockets, goggle pockets, RFID pass pockets, all kinds of zips, etc. They attract a certain segment of the buying public.
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    Poll: Haven't owned a jacket with a powder skirt for at...

    Haven't owned a jacket with a powder skirt for at least 15 years, and don't miss it. Never remembered to snap it when I found powder anyway.
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    Another possibility is the K2 Mindbender Alliance...

    Another possibility is the K2 Mindbender Alliance 90 - also claims to be a 100mm last, but there's plenty of room. More of a "crossover" boot, IMO.
  29. I would guess that you could successfully mix...

    I would guess that you could successfully mix components with similar moderate forward pressure - Salomon STH, Warden, Z-series, Tyrolia Attack, Look SPX and NX. I wouldn't try to subsitute anything...
  30. That IS back in the day. I used to mix the...

    That IS back in the day. I used to mix the original Look Nevada toes with Marker non-releasable turntables and long thongs, too.
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    I don't have one yet, I tried on the sample last...

    I don't have one yet, I tried on the sample last year in my normal size and I could barely get my foot in, but I believe they have tweaked the BOA since. I have lots of days in the original Backland...
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    Hmmm. In my collection of boots (Lange RS 130,...

    Hmmm. In my collection of boots (Lange RS 130, Lange XT Free 130, Tecnica Mach 1 130 LV, Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro, Atomic Backland Carbon) the Hawx Ultra XTD 130 seems to vary less with temperature...
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    Then 25.5 for sure. I measure 27.8 and take a...

    Then 25.5 for sure. I measure 27.8 and take a 26.5 in the Zero G Tour Pro with no toe length punches.
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    x2. Dalbello Lupo AX 110 W. Says it's 100mm but...

    x2. Dalbello Lupo AX 110 W. Says it's 100mm but it's got a lot of room in there and easy to make wider; plastic is Irfran but it punches much like Grilamid. True 22.5, they even make it in a 21.5.
  35. No. No. Maybe, but why?

    No. No. Maybe, but why?
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    The blue and yellow TLT6 is the same last as the...

    The blue and yellow TLT6 is the same last as the black and orange one, but I would go with the same shell size as your Cochise as the interior length hasn't really changed much if any on the Zero G...
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    My 26.5 looks just like that. Squirt some hot...

    My 26.5 looks just like that. Squirt some hot glue on it and stick it back in.
  38. Schoeller is still popular for touring gear and...

    Schoeller is still popular for touring gear and gets plenty of use in Europe; many larger manufacturers have developed their own similar softshell fabrics to avoid paying Schoeller's premium prices....
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    x3. Leave your current skis as they are and get a...

    x3. Leave your current skis as they are and get a used 100-108mm tech touring setup. Should be easy to find under $600. I'd offer you mine but you're a week late.
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    I don't think they did it to save YOU money.

    I don't think they did it to save YOU money.
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    Which version of the TLT6? I took a 27.5 in the...

    Which version of the TLT6? I took a 27.5 in the OG lime green/black one, 26.5 in the black and orange one. 26.5 in the Zero G Tour Pro (or Cochise).
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    Gunsmokes are gone, last pair went to oftpiste's...

    Gunsmokes are gone, last pair went to oftpiste's Thing #1 . . .
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    The water bottle group knows what they're talking...

    The water bottle group knows what they're talking about. 2 half liter Nalgenes plus a thermos for me (small bottles pack better). Never freeze up, no soaked puffy jackets, etc.
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    Just mounted up my orange 188's, so I have an...

    Just mounted up my orange 188's, so I have an extra pair of green 188's to sell, PM me for details.
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    Unless there's 2 ft. of fresh and you're sure...

    Unless there's 2 ft. of fresh and you're sure there's no chunky stuff underneath (and preferably no competition for virgin lines), the 188 Rustler 11 is better.
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    From the Waelzholz website, not sure where the...

    From the Waelzholz website, not sure where the steel comes from but maybe there is hope for a 100% American ski:

    "Waelzholz North America, located in Cleveland, Ohio, serves customers in the...
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    Thanks, iggy. Do you think the two are comparable...

    Thanks, iggy. Do you think the two are comparable in quality?
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    I've visited a few factories, and everyone says...

    I've visited a few factories, and everyone says they get their edges from Waelzholz - who is the other "decent" supplier?
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    I would hesitate to put a 135 lb. woman, no...

    I would hesitate to put a 135 lb. woman, no matter how slow she skis, on a $100 (not sure where you find these "all over the place") kids ski. They will be foam core and designed for a 75 lb. body.
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    Better kid's skis with a wood core are fine for...

    Better kid's skis with a wood core are fine for smaller and slower women. Think in terms of Mantra Junior, Mindbender Junior, BC Magnis, QST Ripper, etc. Watch out for 9.5mm screws, though, they...
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