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  1. #1
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    Dynafit compatible 120-130 flex in a 22.5... Do they exist?

    Title pretty much says it all... What are the small footed out there touring in? Is the Shiva the only thing close. What I really want is an interchangeable sole, Real 120 flex with a walk mode in a 22.5.
    If things seem in control, Your just not going fast enough.

  2. #2
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    Tlt5 in a 22? My wife fits her 130 flex race boots in a 22 and needed that boot in a 23. (22 was too small). Soles not replaceable and not DIN. Reasonable flex.

    Technicals stop at 24.
    Nordica is not tech
    Lange is 22 but not tech

    NOt sure if this helps?


  3. #3
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    Smallest I know of off hand is Dalbello Sherpas 23.5 other than women's boots and then good luck with a 120.

  4. #4
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    My wife has a similar problem (or worse, she really needs a 21, they 100% don't exist) her best compromise for length has always been dynafit boots. The Titan is listed as going 22.5 (albeit in the same clog as the 23.5) but we've never seen one that size.
    Here in Chamonix you see a few kids touring with really small feet, they just use plate bindings and normal ski boots.
    Good luck, please report back findings!

  5. #5
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    grump (and others): 22 and 23 outer shells on the TLT5 are the same at 257BLS, but the inside of the shell (shell fit) is 10mm smaller on the 22 shell. Straightline in fernie had a pair of the 22's

    Also, 21 technica race 90 is avail, and that fits smaller then the 22 as well. This is not a touring boot, but is a real 21, with a adult DIN toe/heel still.

    For bindings: Alpine trekkers, and maybe some of the plates, might go below 260 BSL. but you can shorten any naxos, and the XL diamers go to XS very well too.


  6. #6
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    Cheers Mntlion, the 10mm less inside the shell but same bsl explains a lot! We've met the Technicas, but too wide alas. think I should have said 'frame' (i.e. Fritschi, Baron...) rather than plate binding, though I suspect its cost rather than ergonomic considerations for using them for kids touring setups...

  7. #7
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    that race 90, in size 21, is a 98mm last...

    other then that. a 22 in the lange/rossi WC race boot, or the technica/nordica race boot is the next steps... bit longer, but narrower.


  8. #8
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    Dynafit Gaia? My chart shows the 22.5 with a 262 BSL, 10mm shorter than the 23.5 . . .

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