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voodoo boots... ever heard of it?

Postby pete » Saturday 31 January 2004, 22:02

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just wondering about it...
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Postby Hans » Sunday 1 February 2004, 0:22

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Looks like these boots, Head Stratos Pro

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Postby pete » Sunday 1 February 2004, 12:51

indeed... it really does! I knew i had seen similar boots before!
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Postby István » Monday 2 February 2004, 15:28

It also reminds me of Burton Fire.

Any experiences with this Vodoo stuff?


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Postby Dave » Wednesday 4 February 2004, 14:20

Hey

I use Raichle 323.
I was really luky, because I have bought them for a really low price last year.
In a shop here in Belgium,nowbody want hardboots anymore! Exept for a fiew guys like us :lol:
I bought them for +/-64euros brand new, but they were from season 2001-2002.

What I do while I'm boarding is I relase the lock at the back, so it rides more relaxed.
I also improved my boots by putting piec of plastic uder my heel.
So now I bent my legs more and and my balance is more in the front! For me that is MUCH better!
If anyone has more questions about my adjustments, you can always ask me!

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Postby Dave » Wednesday 4 February 2004, 18:41

Here are the images of Raichle and my adjustment

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Postby cmachine » Friday 13 February 2004, 17:39

Hi Dave

I also have a wedge under my rear foot heel. It's in the liner.

I did NOT do this to get any forward lean.
I did it to avoid slipping with my heel. It works very well; the boots fits tighter in the heelpart know.

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Postby Malecky » Friday 13 February 2004, 19:16

Hi!

Just saw this and the voodoo boots look just like mine...the Blax Stratos

http://members.tirol.com/usp-austria/stra.html


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By how much does your leen differ from front to back boot? I still dont know how to set them up what I do now is I must do the same modification as described above becouse my heel moves up and down while carving.
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