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wrlp489600

wrlp489600 wrote a review of on April 25, 2013

5 5

Just got my Seekers. Have been wearing them around the house. Quite impressed. A lot more boot than I am used to coming from Scarpa T3's. I like a ll the features and the fact that you can cant the cuffs. Hope to try them out the dwindling snow at a local resort soon. One comment, one question. Comment: The US sizing part of the BD sizing chart is off by one whole size. Trust the Mondo point and European sizing on the chart. I made the mistake of using the US part of the chart and had to re-order the next whole size up. Question: Do I need to mold the liners or will they mold to my feet naturally as they are used over time? They are pretty comfortable as is and I don't want to mess them up by molding them.

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wrlp489600 wrote an answer about on April 20, 2013

Short answer, yes. I've skied 90% at resorts on T3's (now T4's) for over 10 years. I have worn holes through the bellows, but still use them exclusively. I learned on leather boots with skinny, long, straight skis. So to me the T3 is plenty of boot for all conditions. I use them with Rossignol Pit Bull bindings and 10+ year old Rossignol Attaques 191cm. (100, 67, 88). When I bought the skis they were about as wide as they were making them. I have no problem getting them on edge with the T3's. But with today's wide boards a bigger boot is likely necessary. IMO, lighter set ups (small boots, skinny skis) are more fun because good techniques is necessary and you ski the the skis, the skis don't ski you. If that makes sense.

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