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  1. #1401
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    Teleblades! Could be a blast in the right conditions.

  2. #1402
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    Quote Originally Posted by frorider View Post
    Saw a guy carefully place these on the rack this morningAttachment 444724
    Those look like fun


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  3. #1403
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    It looks like pins are mounted forward of POB, but unless he has small feet, not sure boot center and ski center line up either.

  4. #1404
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  5. #1405
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickstad View Post
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    Great flick Wickstad. Appears to be a young lady killing it.

  6. #1406
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny H View Post
    Great flick Wickstad. Appears to be a young lady killing it.
    She got new T2s in the mail today. She’s pretty stoked.

  7. #1407
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    Whatís yíallís impressions of the intuition liners that come with the tx comp?

    Mine seem to be packing out after ~40 days, all resort days, about 30 bell to bell. Iím starting to not be too impressed compared to the aftermarket intuitions (and raichle thermoflex liners) that Iíve owned. No built in l-pads and unimpressed with the tongues.

  8. #1408
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    same

    mine packed out really quickly
    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

  9. #1409
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    Quote Originally Posted by bodywhomper View Post
    Whatís yíallís impressions of the intuition liners that come with the tx comp?

    Mine seem to be packing out after ~40 days, all resort days, about 30 bell to bell. Iím starting to not be too impressed compared to the aftermarket intuitions (and raichle thermoflex liners) that Iíve owned. No built in l-pads and unimpressed with the tongues.
    Same. I just cooked mine for the second time as they were getting a little bit sloppy and shin bang is in affect. Might need to get some new ones.

  10. #1410
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    I bought shells from Freeheel Life and liners from a Maestrale RS, so not sure about the Tx Pro/Comp liners exactly. But the Scarpa/Intuition liners got pretty sloppy after about one season. ZipFit GFTs are working really well so far though, much better heel hold than I ever had with the Scarpa liners.
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  11. #1411
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    I don't even bother using the stock TX comp liners - give 'em away to the needy.
    But I like a firm/hard liner.
    If were still seriously hiking for turns, they might be ok for a season, but .......

  12. #1412
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    Quote Originally Posted by bodywhomper View Post
    Whatís yíallís impressions of the intuition liners that come with the tx comp?

    Mine seem to be packing out after ~40 days, all resort days, about 30 bell to bell. Iím starting to not be too impressed compared to the aftermarket intuitions (and raichle thermoflex liners) that Iíve owned. No built in l-pads and unimpressed with the tongues.
    I have honestly never used them. I have a pair of intuition luxury liners that i have dialed. Sold my first pair right away and have a 2nd pair sitting in the ski room. Seem targeted more for comfort in the short term vs performance in the long term.
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  13. #1413
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    What have you guys replaced the Comp liners with? I tried some HV powerwrap liners 28 for 27.5 boots to take up some volume/slop...but I couldn't close the shell.

  14. #1414
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    Iím thinking a wrap liner for myself.

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    Peak 6 last Friday did not disappoint.

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    Lake Chute was wind scoured up top but had nice wind deposit past rock band/ lower 3/4
    "What moves men of genius, or rather what inspires their work, is not new ideas, but their obsession with the idea that what has already been said is still not enough."

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  16. #1416
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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCoastBBPatrol View Post
    What have you guys replaced the Comp liners with? I tried some HV powerwrap liners 28 for 27.5 boots to take up some volume/slop...but I couldn't close the shell.
    I have the Pro, not Comp, and replaced the liner with the "Alpine" liner, works well.
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  17. #1417
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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCoastBBPatrol View Post
    What have you guys replaced the Comp liners with? I tried some HV powerwrap liners 28 for 27.5 boots to take up some volume/slop...but I couldn't close the shell.
    Was that after a good heating for the power wrap, so it was nice and squishy? If so, you might need to drop down to a 27.

    I've been using the RX/HD race liners and love them, but I'm all groomers all the time.

  18. #1418
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    This just popped up on FB memories from 10 years ago:

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    Best regards, Terry
    (Direct Contact is best vs PMs)

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  19. #1419
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    Lol, troof.
    watch out for snakes

  20. #1420
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    Anyone have experience with swapping back and forth between 22 Designs Axl and Outlaw or Lynx using inserts? I know the Axls need to be about 1cm further back than the NTN, but do you notice much of a difference?

  21. #1421
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    Quote Originally Posted by teleo View Post
    Anyone have experience with swapping back and forth between 22 Designs Axl and Outlaw or Lynx using inserts? I know the Axls need to be about 1cm further back than the NTN, but do you notice much of a difference?
    8mm which 22D claims you will not notice in their FAQs. Iíve skied outlaw xs and AXLs off the same shift plate and did not notice a difference. Only 1 day on the Outlaws though so was more preoccupied with getting those dialed than paying any attention to whether mount point was influencing my experience. I will say, in general, I wouldnít sweat a <1cm variance. Wouldnít say the same for 1.5cm. YMMV.
    Uno mas

  22. #1422
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  25. #1425
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    I don’t know his name but huge props to the tele skier who just shredded his comp run at the Wrangle the Chute FWQ 4*

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