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  • #877939
    russman
    692 Posts

    I’m a bit bummed to see that Splitboard.com has such dead traffic these days. I think this site needs a reboot!

    The spam posts about “How to write an essay” are so dumb.


    @bcrider
    : Can you delete that stuff?

    This is one of the best websites there is for all things splitboarding, and I would be sad to see it just tank from a lack of interest.

    Okay, lets’ get started:

    Anyone used those new Key-Equipment AT-Split boots yet??

    #877940
    bshubpow
    38 Posts

    Agreed. Sites like this with forums are so much better than Facebook in many ways. Plus you are supporting splitboarders rather than meta.

    #877941
    Taylor
    797 Posts

    The Key boot looks sweet. I’d be stoked to read a real review.

    Maybe, as in the olden days, this will compel a soft boot binding industry douche to weigh in and, without disclosing the conflict that he works for a soft boot binding company, he can douche rag on AT boots and split tech generally.

    @sun_rocket

    #877942
    Scooby2
    624 Posts

    LOL!

    Splitboard.com IT’S ALIVE!

    I couldn’t log in this fall

    #877943
    Scooby2
    624 Posts

    I like the Key Equipment two stage forward lean, I’m not sure why the fabric on the tongue on the outside, does this hold an additional pad on the inside of the tongue? I like the price, I’m not sure if they are grilamid or regular ski boot plastic. It’s hard to find much info about the fit of the Hagan, Movement other brands that use this mold in english. My interest in trying boots that I can’t try in a shop has lowered a lot.

    #877947
    russman
    692 Posts

    The Key boot looks sweet. I’d be stoked to read a real review.

    Maybe, as in the olden days, this will compel a soft boot binding industry douche to weigh in and, without disclosing the conflict that he works for a soft boot binding company, he can douche rag on AT boots and split tech generally.

    The Key boot looks sweet. I’d be stoked to read a real review.

    Maybe, as in the olden days, this will compel a soft boot binding industry douche to weigh in and, without disclosing the conflict that he works for a soft boot binding company, he can douche rag on AT boots and split tech generally.

    Yeah I wonder which douche you’re talking about?

    Well I just bought the Key boots. So I’ll get some words typed up once they see skintrack days!

    #877948
    HikeforTurns
    1114 Posts

    Did we ever decide if hardboots are better than soft boots?

    #877949
    bshubpow
    38 Posts

    Did we ever decide if hardboots are better than soft boots?

    Now that is a question that should generate some posts!

    #877950
    Ryan
    2 Posts

    I haven’t used soft boots in years now so I don’t remember at this point.

    Also very interested to hear a review on those Key boots.

    #877951
    Scooby2
    624 Posts

    About this site, I can’t link photos the way I used to with Flickr or start a topic. hope you all see more snow in March!

    #878017
    Taylor
    797 Posts

    @scooby2 I agree–I’d really like to be able to post pictures in the forum.


    @russman
    Ha! Yeah, let’s hear about that.

    @sun_rocket

    #878075
    russman
    692 Posts

    Ha! Yeah, let’s hear about that.

    Just curious Tayler, in the past 10 years what have you done to advance splitboarding? Just curious…

    #878174
    Taylor
    797 Posts

    Ha! Yeah, let’s hear about that.

    Just curious Tayler, in the past 10 years what have you done to advance splitboarding? Just curious…

    I’m just ribbing you, Russman. I like that you’re now AT curious, and if you’ve tried the Key boot, I’d be interested to hear how it went.

    @sun_rocket

    #878337
    Scooby2
    624 Posts

    https://www.fischersports.com/bcx-traverse-waterproof-3022?c=2311

    . . . Current 22-23 product that has caught my eye and imagination. The liner is attached to the shell like a hiking boot or old K2 Yak. A flat-folding minimalist highback binding for descent could be fun with them.

    2lbs, probably under $300. No Narrow racing shell. Probably not strong on a challenging traverse, but would have its place on deep trail breaking days and non-technical skin tracks.

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