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- December 11, 2020 at 5:44 am in reply to: SOLD. Atomic Backland Carbon w/ link lever size 27 #860160
I am selling these because I just got the new phantom slippers.
These boots are great lots of life left.
They boots are actually 27.5 according atomic because they break on the ½ size. I am 9.5 and they are great. And as I stated you can heat mold the whole boots she’ll for custom fit.
I can send pics to email if you would like.
@karkis thank you for fixing the links on the pics and all the new info!
I like that extender piece for moving the buckle. I’ll be doing that soon!
@marcusinho I have used the intuition ProTour and last year got the Tour Mod for my TLT6s. I feel like both would work well in the backlands. I recently tried them both in my backlands. The Pro Tour has a bigger stiffer cuff and is a bit thicker over all. You might need to move the top buckle placement to have them be easier to close. The Tour mod is pretty thin but the customization you can do with it is nice.
I’ve got some tlt6 size 27. Let Me know
Any chance of demo in Durango/ Purgatory area?
$750 for a $1400 set up!
Still available. Pm me & I’ll email photos.
Hoping to sell as complete hard booter package!
Silverton is loaded with great snow right now.
Saw you tracks in the lady coming back from shredding the python.
Any chance of coming over to silverton/ durango area soon?
I would love to test drive one of those beauties.
I got some.
Checked out the 30L non RAS at local shop, RAS is the same except for addition of the removable airbag system. Looks like a great splitboard pack, seems well made and features a couple of ways to carry a splitboard. I like that there is a back access panel and waist belt pockets. I mention these things because I have the Mammut Ride RAS and it is a good board pack also. But the Mammut doesn’t have the waist belt pockets or back access. With the nature of the RAS pack, it isn’t as easy to keep things you need most at the top because the airbag is there. So it seems like it would be nice to be able to keep snacks etc in the pockets, and get into the middle of the pack easier.
PSA Dynafit Tlt 5 on Steep and Cheap in new Gear Cache section.
In the Winter Blowout category for 56% off for only 2 more days it says.
I got mine back in April and love them.
Don’t hesitate at that price, you wont be disappointed!
27-30 front 6-9 back.
I’ve had to widen my stance a bit to <22 to work for my splitty. So I widened on my resort boards to be comfortable all around.March 7, 2013 at 6:04 pm in reply to: Hey look we have a fan club! AKA David Gottorff is a douche. #666820
I reported the stolen (super cute) photo as offensive to Facebook.
I recently had Venture post photos of my 4 year old standing on my new warranty replacement split storm. Hope he doesn’t poach my photo next.
I think this asshole actually picked up friends (skiers of course) coming down from Coal Bank pass heading south from Silverton on Monday. They had car trouble and needed a ride to town. During the ride this guy ( I have a hard time believing its was another douchebag) went on a tirade on this subject. These are coworkers/ friend of mine who I tour with and completed my AVY1 class with last year. We went for some quick laps on CBP yesterday when the told me the story of their ride. Needles to say it got by blood boiling. I had seem this thread and then to hear that someone, a supposed profesional no less, was spewing misinformation to fellow backcountry enthusiasts while as a captive audience is appalling.
While I did contact Finn at Bomber. There was not enough interest on my part and Finn to pursue the BTS idea further. Since then, I am happy with riding and touring of a stock F1 with the Elimiator Tounge.
I just got some to tongues to use in my boots.
Did you attach them to your boots? Did you trim the end to fit?
My Mammut Ride RAS 30 arrived yesterday. Bought the last one on SALE from MT Gear. Just started playing with it and checking it out. Looks great! Especially like the snowboard carry system. I was going to purchase a BCA float pack but I was bummed that they changed it from last year and the snowboard carry is an after purchase and will only carry it horizontally. LAME.
Planning on getting it out there this weekend after snow new snow in the San Juan’s …..I hope!January 8, 2013 at 5:50 pm in reply to: K2 introduces the new "Kwicker" splitboard system – #663401
In relation to this thread, yesterday it was announced that K2 bought BCA!
So im guessing there will be a lot more K2 backcountry products coming out soon.
Also I rode clickers for 12+ years and loved them. Lots of hiking in [Hanging Valley Wall & Highlands Bowl Aspen, CO] and out of bounds. Rarely did i have trouble with snow/ ice build up.
I enjoyed the stiffer boots, which i know was so against the park/pipe rat cool guys snowboarding thing.
And most importantly loved the positive toe heel lock down connection. Also the later models of bindings [Magma] were super damp, and had great adjustability with canting.
For my first 3+ years i used clickers with my split board. Before that I had the K2 clicker approach skis & snowshoes. All good products, with great interface.
I think it is great K2 is finally back after a long absence in pushing the side/ backcountry gear for all of us.