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  • #790805
    buell
    534 Posts

    Phantom is getting rid of more metal! If you know the angles you want, anyway. 163 grams for my set of Solo, singe angle cleats compared to 276 grams for my set of adjustable cleats.

    Solo Cleat

    Adjustable

    #790806
    schwalbster
    321 Posts

    Holy Cow! Those are slick! Love to witness the evolution!

    After much research, experimentation and consideration, I have decided adulthood is not for me. Thank you for the opportunity.

    #790817
    96avs01
    874 Posts

    Bravo @keffler! Keep on innovating, love what you’re doing!

    165 Venture Divide/Spark Frankenburners/La Sportiva Spantiks
    163W Jones Solution/Phantom Alphas/Dynafit TLT5s
    162 Furberg

    Chris

    #790818
    sbscosplit
    20 Posts

    Captain obvious here, BOSS LEGIT;-)

    #790823
    permnation
    303 Posts

    That looks really refined and elegant, great work!

    @buell Few questions: Will you explain the single angle? Do you order specific angles like left foot +21 and right foot -6? When you say 163g for a set, is that for 4 pieces and 8 screws? Thanks

    #790824
    buell
    534 Posts

    permnation,

    Yes, you order a specific angle for your front foot and a specific angle for your back foot.

    Each set of two screws bolts down the top plate (I am sure John has a better name for it) that has the groove in it for the binding and the base plate that attaches to the board. The base plate is the same for all angles. If you wanted to change angles at a future date or for a new board, you would only need to switch out the smaller top plate.

    The top plate is reversible, so it would work for either goofy or regular.

    The 163 grams is for everything that remains on the board. Both front and back foot cleats, all the screws, and the small plastic shims under the top plate that sets that plate at the correct height to lock in the binding plate. It does not include the bindings.

    #790831
    permnation
    303 Posts

    Thanks @buell Very cool setup and so light! It’s more than half off my current interface’s weight (340g+). I want this in a soft boot setup…maybe a collaboration, the Phantom X _________?

    #790833
    Marc
    16 Posts

    The board hooks are Keffler made too right?.
    Like Voiles but adjustable?

    #790836
    Scooby2
    611 Posts

    Now your dynafit toes in the photos look glaringly over-built for splitting. I think you’ll have to get some Maurelli’s to match!

    #790838
    buell
    534 Posts

    The board hooks are Keffler made too right?.
    Like Voiles but adjustable?

    Yes, the hooks are Phantom as well. I started a thread on those in the main forum.

    They hook together like Voiles, but they do not need to be, and in fact cannot be, rotated.

    #790839
    buell
    534 Posts

    Now your dynafit toes in the photos look glaringly over-built for splitting. I think you’ll have to get some Maurelli’s to match!

    I am waiting for Keffler to come up with something ideally. I do split ski in them at times, so there is some level of over built that makes me feel safer.

    #790840
    Taylor
    791 Posts

    So awesome, yet again. Splitboarding needs more Kefflers.

    @sun_rocket

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