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Sold SOLD 29.5 Dynafit Titan Ultralight

Discussion in 'Gear Swap' started by Rolo, May 6, 2018.

  1. Rolo

    Rolo One of Us

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    Posting for a friend...promise, I'm still telemarking (for now :whistle:)...

    29.5 Dynafit Titan Ultralight, few days use in the shells and none on the liners. Comes with Dynafit and DIN/alpine sole plates. 332mm BSL.

    $200...or make an offer? Postage probably around $30, or collect from Canberra (or Jindabyne once the white stuff comes (if you're willing to pay but wait!)).
     
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  2. philthree

    philthree Hard Yards

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    Hi Rola - just confirming the sole length of the Dynafits 332mm. I am a mondo size 28 or euro 43.5 - so I figure these boots are couple sizes to big for me? Phil.
     
  3. Rolo

    Rolo One of Us

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    Yeah I reckon they would be - they're a fairly true to size 29.5...I'm a regulation US12 / EU 46 and can get my foot in them, but rather snugly. The owner runs a half to a full size smaller than me in running shoes, which also suggests they're true to size.
     
  4. rob1928

    rob1928 Early Days

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    Still available?
     
  5. Goski

    Goski Addicted

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    Methinks these are a bargain for one with generously sized appendages.
     
  6. Rolo

    Rolo One of Us

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    Yep, still available... One PM offer received though. Must be the fresh stuff making people open up the winter gear cupboard and thinking of upgrades
     
  7. Rolo

    Rolo One of Us

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    ... Now under offer
     
  8. Goski

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    Yes. A trip to the garage last night reveals an excess of straightish 180cm+ 75mm bound pattern base cambered touring skis. 160cm ones with more shape are needed for our teenagers but shorter xc skis with metal edges are rarely seen as used gear for sale. Most would be passed on to friends" kids. Or to petite grownup friends. We do keep some of our older gear to lend to friends who are trying out xc. Couple more years and our kids can take their pick.