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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by skisurfmirth View Post
    Look on the bright side. Gear is better than its ever been.

    My Hoji 110 are the best ski touring boot Iíve ever had. Kryptons with tech fittings finally got made! 300g pin bindings, 1800g Bentchetlers are light and shred. 160hp direct inject 2 stroke flying snow carpet donít seem so ďdark ageĒ and you can even get turbos on your BRP snow carpets now!

    At least itís way better than Scarpa Lazers with raichle tongues, Naxos, non rockered skis and flooded carbs.
    Hot take that I dig


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  2. #52
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    Mar 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by grinch View Post
    Yes thats them . 2mm thick so 4mm for both sides would take up a fair bit of space. I wonder how comfy theyd be in a ski boot
    I've been using them while touring and they are comfy and prevent blisters. They also stink like death and may be washed regularly.

  3. #53
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    Sep 2009
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    Quote Originally Posted by kamtron View Post
    I've been using them while touring and they are comfy and prevent blisters. They also stink like death and may be washed regularly.
    Haaa good to know. I take my helmet and balaclava in the shower with me daily so i can add those. Sounds like a good product

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  4. #54
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    I have all the same complaints about this boot. Why was it made so wide?

    Have mine molded with a pro tour liner one size larger than normal and they tour fine now.

    Have to really! crank the ankle buckle down to lock in the heel, however.


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  5. #55
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    I wonder if anyone is finding success with making these wider, but otherwise great boots, fit without compromise? I like the looks of "goldenbc" 's cuff liner mod of power wrap liners for touring boots. I have a pair of luxury liners(i think thats the model? Quite a bit thicker) that i have in one of my 2 pair of lupos. It allows me to go back almost 2 rungs on the buckle ladders

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  6. #56
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    Am I just dumb or do you need to trim the plastic of the cuff back to move the ladder on the upper buckle to a shorter position? The ladder pops into the longest position fine, but to install it you need to angle the hook on the end of the ladder in so it pops into the slot on the cuff, and the rest of the tab on the cuff gets in the way in the shorter setting.

    The inside of the cuff is marked for trimming but I don't really want to cut it, both because I feel kinda borderline on which setting I want, and because I'll probably end up putting an aftermarket liner in there at some point.

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