That is insanely light! And also not correct. We've dropped Mtn Gear a note about the misprint. We'll have a big release in the near future on the Blaze, in the meantime the actual weight is 3.75 lb (1730g) per pair, 1/2 lb (230 g) savings over the Fuse!
We'll be in touch soon guys, thanks for the stoke!
Joined: Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:32 am Posts: 552 Location: Rawesome, BC
I was gonna, ask where did the 2lb weight savings come from, no need now. I'm guessing that 1/2lb comes from using an in house highback and straps. And someone mentioned titanium somewhere. Any difference's in the baseplates/heelcup department? ie. incompatibility with Bent Metal highbacks/ankle straps?
Joined: Thu Oct 29, 2009 3:22 pm Posts: 664 Location: Durango, CO
Thanks for the correction Will, thought that you were welding them from Helium or performing some sort of voodoo. I was freaking out all morning. 3.75lbs is still very light, and I know still 110g lighter then the competition too! Keep up the good work, excited to get on the Blaze's this winter. Send them to Backcountry Experience in Durango ASAP!
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