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  1. These boots are bomb proof, pure rad! They've always been a bit big for me and finally got newer boots that fit me better. I'll miss these. They are awesome for charging, and really useful for powering through the crud. Dynafit Titan backcountry ski boots - have another pair and we are downsizing. These have the regular tech (pin) binding system at the toe. The Dynafit Titans are an older model, a bit heavier than some of the newer models on the market, but are a stiff boot, which makes for a great transition into the backcountry. These boots have seen lots of turns in the backcountry, which is reflected in the price, but still work great! 4 buckle system with upper booster strap, walk mode, Intuition liners, Mondo size 27.5 (about men's 9.5), 312mm boot sole length.
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