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Re: Newsletter: Mountain Slope

Post by puhutes » Friday 13 January 2017, 15:02

Hey guys!

Jax: Thanks Jax :D

Gio: The boot is availble to buy in Fall 2017

nextcarve: We will develop something different than intec. I am sure you'll be able to use them with most boots. Thanks for your good wishes!
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An introduction to Northwave hardboots

Post by jax » Saturday 14 January 2017, 23:37

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Re: An introduction to Northwave hardboots

Post by puhutes » Sunday 15 January 2017, 8:06

Hey Jax,

Your image didn't post properly. Were you trying to add this? 8)
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Re: An introduction to Northwave hardboots

Post by jax » Sunday 15 January 2017, 8:45

:D
This is the best news of the last years!
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Re: An introduction to Northwave hardboots

Post by Zemely » Sunday 15 January 2017, 9:18

North Wave Point 350/900/950:
А - 25.5, B - 26.5, C - 27.5, D - 28.5, Е - 29.5
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Re: An introduction to Northwave hardboots

Post by puhutes » Sunday 15 January 2017, 22:19

Hey Zemely!

Mondo
A= 23 and 23.5 (with special heel) 24-25
B= 25.5 - 26.5
C= 27 - 28
D= 28.5 - 29.5

(Pretty much the same as the original Point series)
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Re: An introduction to Northwave hardboots

Post by Blaster » Sunday 15 January 2017, 22:25

original

C 27 / 27,5
D 28 / 28,5
E 29 / 29,5
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Re: An introduction to Northwave hardboots

Post by jax » Sunday 15 January 2017, 22:32

I have an E shell and my feet are 287 but E is big for me.
I have tryed the D shell and is the right one.
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Re: An introduction to Northwave hardboots

Post by Christian001 » Monday 16 January 2017, 10:07

ok, then I will take a B shell. Count me in.

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Re: An introduction to Northwave hardboots

Post by Zemely » Monday 16 January 2017, 10:38

puhutes wrote:Mondo
A= 23 and 23.5 (with special heel) 24-25
B= 25.5 - 26.5
C= 27 - 28
D= 28.5 - 29.5
:clap2: No comments))))
It's not original chart size in same Shell as original.
People will ride in the notoriously big shoes, such as UPZ. Where do you find the megafat liners to 3 cm thick around?
It makes sense to pay attention to the size of any ski boots: full-size and half-size of liners in one Shell.
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Re: An introduction to Northwave hardboots

Post by puhutes » Monday 16 January 2017, 10:56

Okay Zemely,

Then please share your wisdom... The shells are all the same size as the original boots.
We have every size original shell and every size original liner.
For example: C-shell is EU 42 and 43 (original Northwave) and for this we have the original data.
The Mondo points (as Northwave had then) are also the same.
However, the Mondo point sizes change depending on the manufacturer.
I hope this clears up any confusion.

Greetings Jennifer
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Re: An introduction to Northwave hardboots

Post by Blaster » Monday 16 January 2017, 23:04

a question please
I foot 28 cm and currently use northwave C shell, but for me are short and they hurt toe
as the new .951 shell is good for me?
C or D ??
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Re: An introduction to Northwave hardboots

Post by Blaster » Sunday 22 January 2017, 23:43

foot 28 cm which shell ??

foot 28,5 cm which shell ??
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Re: An introduction to Northwave hardboots

Post by jax » Monday 23 January 2017, 7:25

At the Carvers Days 2017 in Ovindoli we had the luck to ride one prototype of the Sixt Sense boot.
The feeling is incredibile, the shell doesn't bend at all.
Super light.
You have just to think to carve and everything goes.
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Re: An introduction to Northwave hardboots

Post by pietrob » Monday 23 January 2017, 11:39

maggiori informazioni su questi SIXTH SENSE?
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