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Swap your tech for DIN and then go back again.

So you originally bought your Black Diamond Freeride Power Series boots for touring only, but now that they've become your favorite boots, you want to step them into a set of DIN-compatible alpine bindings? No problem; just grab yourself a set of Black Diamond's Alpine Sole Blocks, swap them out for the stock blocks that came with your boots, and get on your merry way.
  • Compatibility note: blocks are interchangeable with any generation of Black Diamond Freeride Power Series boots, including the Shiva, Factor, Factor 110, Factor 130, and Method Ski Boots
  • Sizing note: size small designed to fit boot sizes 23 - 25.5 (mondo), and large size designed to fit boot sizes 26 - 31.5
  • Color note: Citron color matches fall 2010 and older Shiva boot; Envy Green color matches fall 2011 Factor 110 boot; Mean Green color matches fall 2011 Factor 130 and older Factor boots; Titanium color matches fall 2011 Shiva and fall 2010 and older Method boots

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Are these sold as a pair or do you only...

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Are these sold as a pair or do you only get one block per purchase?

Do these come with replacement screws by...

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Do these come with replacement screws by chance?

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Thanks for your question Brandon!

The only hardware that comes with the Black Diamond Alpine Sole Block is pictured in the "Detailed Pics" which is located underneath the default picture provided above.

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The answer is "yes." The sole screws you need are part of the package. save your current screws though. use them until
they're worn out or save them for replacements if one falls out.