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02-18-2009 08:06 PM
redlude97 I've never had an issue with my salomons coming loose using the speedlacing. I wasn't aware that they were different either
02-18-2009 07:53 PM
Triple8Sol You are correct.

Oh, she's also rocking some '09 Salomon Vigil boots. Pretty soft for a beginner, fits her narrow foot well, and has the speedlacing system. Pretty decent boots, although the locking mechanism at the top of the tongue doesn't seem to be that tight. It's a different mechanism than they have on the F-boots.
02-18-2009 07:04 PM
redlude97
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Originally Posted by Triple8Sol View Post
Yup. She likes that style because she can use it as a shoulder strap when walking. Tried to get her to switch to the kind that just clips to your laces, but that's the style she prefers, so whatcanyado...haha. I learned long ago you gotta pick your battles...lol.
LOL, so she took the leash from her old bindings and put it on? I know ride doesn't include that type of leash anymore. I'm gonna dig through my old gear and find one to rock the next time we go boarding together
02-18-2009 06:42 PM
SnowBun I keep one on me in my pocket just in case, but I have never been stopped here on the ice coast.
02-18-2009 06:37 PM
Triple8Sol To avoid the hassle of ever not having one when a lifty decides to actually enforce the rule...and it's happened many times. From experience, I know how much it sucks to have either hike back to the car to get it, or wait in line forever and shell out $10 at the rental shop. I keep one in my pocket as often as I can remember.
02-18-2009 06:29 PM
SnowBun Why does she even use one?

And yeah, I know that is the right size for me, I just want some variety
02-18-2009 06:26 PM
Triple8Sol Yup. She likes that style because she can use it as a shoulder strap when walking. Tried to get her to switch to the kind that just clips to your laces, but that's the style she prefers, so whatcanyado...haha. I learned long ago you gotta pick your battles...lol.
02-18-2009 06:02 PM
redlude97 is that a leash LOL
02-18-2009 03:36 PM
Triple8Sol
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Sound like the 147 was too big for her. I ride a 146 and I'm 5'7 and 112. Hmm, gotta think about this some more
Yeah, that one was probably not the right size for her. Honestly, I think the size you're riding is pretty good for you because of your height.
02-18-2009 07:44 AM
SnowBun Sound like the 147 was too big for her. I ride a 146 and I'm 5'7 and 112. Hmm, gotta think about this some more

Happy riding!
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