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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-14-2014, 08:41 PM Thread Starter
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This is a lightweight high-permformance boot that retailed at $1000 USD in 2012. I bought it two years ago, and really wanted to like it, but I think it is just too narrow for me. I've thought about going to a boot fitter, but living in Abbotsford that would probably mean at least one day off work for the driving, and so I'd like to see if I could get a fair price selling it.

I've used them about 5 times, for a total of about 12 hours. They look pretty brand new minus one small scuff, and if I have any serious interest I would be happy to upload a photo.

I'd like $500 for them.
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Not that it helps with the sale but the plastic will take a punch. It just needs to be finessed rather than hammered.
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Lee, do you know if this is the same last as the Titan TF-X?
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Steventy, I haven't tried on the Titans, but I know these boots don't have the same last as Dynafit ZZeus boots (my old ones), or the TLT5 mountains (which I was originally going to buy, but MEC only had 2 left foot liners in stock).
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Steventy - its narrower in the heel and a bit narrower in the toebox than the Titan TFX. I solved a lot of the fit problems in the TLT5P by using an Intuition liner. It's a really good boot but not for high volume feet without some custom fitting.

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Lee, did you size the boot larger, so that the intuition liner would fit? The TLT5P liners are pretty thin.
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Lee, did you size the boot larger, so that the intuition liner would fit? The TLT5P liners are pretty thin.
I sized the liner smaller - sz 26 liner in the sz 27 boot then heat molded the toe to fit. It was a pretty good upgrade from the wet-sock Dynafit liner.
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Thanks Lee and Trick. I am keen to get some used boots that are lighter than the Titan TFX but I think this particular one will be a bit too tight. I'm in a 28.5 right now and could possibly go down one size if the last was the same and I got very creative with the molding.

This will be a great deal for whoever picks it up.
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Steventy - I have brand new Dynafit Zzero Green Machines and Zzero C-TF's for sale ($400 and $350 respectively). Size 27.5 which is one shell size down from what you're in now.

Both weigh more than 400 grams per boot less than your Titans and the Green Machines are only marginally less stiff.

https://www.clubtread.com/sforum/topi...TOPIC_ID=63716

Let me know if you're interested.

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jstod - just saw this now. I'm going to see if I can get my feet in some of those and if it fits I'll let you know. I highly suspect that the right boot for me is in 28.5.
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