Staley wrote:I prefer it over all others.
That makes me very happy to hear.
Tony Crocker wrote:I tried on 4 AT boots at Mammoth Mountaineering this week. A question for the AT folks out there: how much does it matter for skinning up the hill if the boots weigh 9 pounds vs. 7 pounds? They thought I should be looking at boots on the lighter side because they considered the Verdicts and Barons heavy by AT standards.
Tony Crocker wrote:I tried on the Garmont Shogun at a shop in Hakuba. First lightweight AT boot that was fairly comfortable. Anyone know anything about it?
admin wrote:Not really an AT boot, more a freeride boot from an AT boot company.
Tony Crocker wrote:admin wrote:Not really an AT boot, more a freeride boot from an AT boot company.
Yes, but 8.3 pounds is middle-of-the-road for weight on AT boots. Vs. 10.5 pounds for my alpine boots or 9.5 for the Salomon Quest.
no unlockable cuff
Tony Crocker wrote:??? It definitely had a walk mode switch on the back, and I tested that in the shop. Cuff was lockable/unlockable, you could stand perfectly upright when unlocked.
Tony Crocker wrote:I prefer the alpine DIN sole for the Marker Baron bindings I already have.
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