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  1. #3076
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    Keep kids skiing pass it down thread...keep it going

    FS Lange RSJ60 24.5 (286 BSL). Used about 7-8 days. $65 + actual ship costs/PP. SOLD

    Good for tall, light tween

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  2. #3077
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    WTB - smallest skis and boots youíve got. Hoping to get my 16 month on the hill this winter.


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  3. #3078
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    My 9 year old is going to be in a 150 GS ski this season. Question is will his junior boot work with adult bindings or does he need a junior specific binding?


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  4. #3079
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    What size? Smaller sizes probably want a Junior binding

  5. #3080
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    Junior boot needs Junior binding.

  6. #3081
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    Pardon my ignorance, I am not an alpine skier and just buy gear for my daughter, but this sounds like important stuff I should know:

    There are boots that are formally designated "junior boots" and bindings that are formally designated "junior bindings", and you need to match those? It's not just a function of whether the binding's DIN settings match what DIN the kid needs? If so, how do you identify whether something is a "junior boot" versus a small adult boot, or a "junior binding" versus an adult binding with a low DIN range? Do you just have to know?
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  7. #3082
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    Keep kids skiing pass it down thread...keep it going

    ^^ Boots ought to have either A or C stamped near the midsole mark. C DIN soles are narrower and thinner.

    Langes I am familiar with are C - 21.5 and below, A - 22.5 and above. Other brands may have different change over.

    And yes you need to match binding to boot unless you use something like a Salomon L7 or limited other options that can accommodate both - check with shop or binding manufacturer.

    Look junior bindings are hit and miss - some of them labeled ĎJuniorí donít even come setup for C boots and you have to get a replacement AFD. I didnít figure that one out till kid #2. Kid #1 skied that setup dangerously wrong.

  8. #3083
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    Anyone holding 175. or 18.5 boots with a high instep? Suggestions on what brands have a higher instead? My son has tall feet and is technica 16.5s are too tight on top of his foot, going to try with the insoles pulled while I am shopping.

  9. #3084
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    Try norfica or dalbello if you can find them

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  10. #3085
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    FYI, Tyrolia's junior race bindings will fit junior and adult soles.

    Also, 150 seems pretty long for a 9 year old. My (just turned) 11 year old is on 149s.

  11. #3086
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    Probably depends on the size of the kid. Tho my 9 yo is on 135-138 and they all reach to his helmet brim while in ski boots. 150s would be huge on him. But some of his friends are giants, so, maybe those kids would want more length.

  12. #3087
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    ISO full setup for a 2yo toddler.

    Looking for:
    -Roces ski boots smallest size
    -skis with binders, im guessing 80cm or less for a large 2 yr old
    -helmet

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