SWEET AMORIS EPISODE 11 BUCHSTABEN

March 12, at 1: Please let us know if you modify it to get more forward lean: Past season I changed again something on these boots. After much research, experimentation and consideration, I have decided adulthood is not for me. So I tested it also on short passages of hard pack, a short decent back in the resort, wet snow due to the sun and hard chunks of snow that fell down from rocky faces above the slope. Hi everybody, I am more the kind of silent reader and gained a lot of information by reading your topics about AT boots and bindings.

I like skinning and dislike using ski lifts, so I walk up most of my decent meters on my own. The ride feeling is quite direct and not as forgiving in hard snow, so my legs have to work more now. Skinning feels more efficient compared to softboots, due to: Setting it up is really nice with John Kefflers description, no big effort like using Voile pucks. I feel that I want to go lower with my rear foot, but feel a barrier in the end. Hi everybody, I am more the kind of silent reader and gained a lot of information by reading your topics about AT boots and bindings. I have about 20 days in the backcountry and 20 days at the resort on them now.

This way I have good flexibility and no pressure on the feet; otherwise they start to hurt after a few hours. Please let us know if you modify it to get more forward lean: In the end I had to try it for myself and was sure not to regret anything, so I bought a new Phantom Alpha setup Thanks to John Keffler for having still some in stock, the fast shipping and your help!

Why else would the buckles have that stand upright feature, other than to facilitate tongue removal? I tested this mod for more than 15 days, works perfectly. Are you from the US?

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I have about 20 days in the backcountry and 20 days at the resort on them now. The ride feeling is quite direct and not as forgiving in hard snow, so my legs have to work more now.

The Scarpas fit, but they were way too heavy and stiff. In my opinion they ride even better now. The upper buckle is buchsgaben on the widest position possible for ascent and decent.

Background I started snowboarding 16 years ago, started touring in with snowshoes and got my first split Burton Freebird in Of course the changeover was a bit risky, so I am really happy it payed off. Thanks for sharing the review.

Phantoms are bad ass. You must be logged in to reply to this topic. I have shoe size US which depends on the shoes, my feet are 27cm long. It is the uphill oriented version of the Scott AT boots former Garmont and still made in Italy with a weight of g per shoe. More pictures at my Flickr Account: March 17, at Thanks for your idea of changing the tongue. If you try to by it online: The boot in unmodified, I only removed the velcro strap.

We had nice powder recently, but spring arrives with sunny and warm weather.

Review: Scott Orbit II with Phantom Alphas

I used them on 5 days now, about meters uphill in total; in northern Tyrol, Austria and in southern Bavaria, Germany I life in Munich, Germany. I even dropped some cliffs up to about 10 feet and rode out confidently.

I had already read it on erste-spur. Decent My stance did not change much, I only wanted to try a swest duckstance. Is the Orbit II new for ? The abrupt stop of the flex might be the position of the upper buckle. Just take a look in the stores and try them on.

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I like skinning and dislike using ski lifts, so I eipsode up most of my decent meters on my own. March 18, at It is a bit colder than my softboots, but I realized that only on quite freezing days and after standing around on the same spot for a while. A lot of my decision was based on the reviews I found here. I got the liner heat molded after 3 amois days, now I fits perfectly.

Past season I changed again something on these boots. Thank you for the opportunity.

But first I had to find a boot, which fits my quite wide feet. So I tested it also on short passages of hard pack, a short decent back in the resort, wet snow due to the sun and hard chunks of snow that fell down from rocky faces above the slope. March 18, at 8: I just wanted to second this boot recommendation for those with wide feet.

March 12, at 1: May 22, at 1: The tongue is easy removable only two screws and amorus flexible, the red folding at the ankle helps a lot. With the rising selection of uphill oriented AT boots hopefully more candidates for snowboarding will appear.

Some impressions from Chamonix:

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