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  1. #26
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    Any changes for the 2020 130?

    I've got the older yellow 120s (2016?) and I'm getting tired of swapping out the toe blocks (I leave the heal on). Want to get the new ones, but I'm a little worried about the lower instep. The instep on the 120s just barely works for me.

  2. #27
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    Tecnica Cochise 130/120 Dyn 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by bern43 View Post
    Any changes for the 2020 130?

    I've got the older yellow 120s (2016?) and I'm getting tired of swapping out the toe blocks (I leave the heal on). Want to get the new ones, but I'm a little worried about the lower instep. The instep on the 120s just barely works for me.
    You could easily grind the foot board to get more instep volume in the new version.

  3. #28
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    Thanks for all the good advice.

    130s size 28 ordered.

  4. #29
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    Just got same ones. So far so good after some spring lift served. Had to adjust the buckle in some to get a snugger fit. No touring yet but pretty solid for alpine.

    I like them.

  5. #30
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    These don't appear to have boot cuff adjustment, correct?

  6. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by NWFlow View Post
    These don't appear to have boot cuff adjustment, correct?
    Correct

  7. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by couchsending View Post
    Correct
    One other question, sorry. Can I mold these liners with the intuition rice trick? Don't have access to a bootfitter, but need to get a little more room in the toes in the stock liner with my custom cork insole. Everything fits fine with a pair of intuitions, so it's just the liner that needs work.

  8. #33
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    8 mins at 80 Celcius in a convection oven

    https://ramo.no/userfiles/file/Tecnica_18.pdf

  9. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by slashy View Post
    8 mins at 80 Celcius in a convection oven

    https://ramo.no/userfiles/file/Tecnica_18.pdf
    Thanks!

  10. #35
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    Got my 130s (size 28) and have had a good fiddle with them. Here are my findings:

    -Walk mode hugely superior to that of my old 110s (size 27).
    -Less stiff than my old blue 110s. Go figure.
    -Very smooth flex.
    -CAS liner is nice, but doesn't have that 'bang' feeling of an Intuition liner. Swapped for my HV Luxury Liners.
    -My toes are very, very happy.
    -Roomier - duh. Have added some foam pads to forefoot, and now the fit is very good.
    -Not sure about the new power strap. Feels good, but could be added fiddle factor when touring.
    -Acceptable weight with Intuition liners for a travel/do it all boot.
    -Glad I got the 130 and not the 120.

    If the NZ season ever gets going I'll be back with more feedback.

  11. #36
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    Two days in my 130s now.

    Very smooth, yet very powerful. Skis great, and is comfortable at the same time..

    Proper walk mode. Only actual walking so far, as no touring in them yet.

    New power strap is as fiddly as I feared. The fact that you have to undo the velcro then the little lever sucks. I shall have to develop a good little routine.

    Apart from the strap fiddle issue I'm very impressed.

  12. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by Island Bay View Post
    New power strap is as fiddly as I feared. The fact that you have to undo the velcro then the little lever sucks. I shall have to develop a good little routine
    It's not as fiddly as a conventional race-type strap, and you can do it with gloves on.

    Personally, I took the one off my Mach 1 LV's and put a blue and orange Lange velcro one on (sewed Tecnica logo on first) and I took the one off my Zero G Tour Pros. If you want a more powerful strap with the option to go super snug, it's still a good innovation.

  13. #38
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregL View Post
    It's not as fiddly as a conventional race-type strap, and you can do it with gloves on.

    Personally, I took the one off my Mach 1 LV's and put a blue and orange Lange velcro one on (sewed Tecnica logo on first) and I took the one off my Zero G Tour Pros. If you want a more powerful strap with the option to go super snug, it's still a good innovation.
    Thanks, Greg.
    I'll probably get used to it. I just really liked the powerstrap/buckle on my old Cochise 110.

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