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Switchback/T2 Eco -> Dynafit for my BC125s?

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I have transitioned over the last 2 years from leather boots with 3 pins on Alpina lite terrains on rolling terrain up to T2 Ecos with Switchbacks and Rossignol BC125 on much more vertical terrain.  I do parallel turns but ended up with a free heel setup because of my transition from XCD skis (it was one piece at a time basically). 

 

I still do a lot of rolling and flat terrain, also why I have BC125s (with fishscales).  For example, ski Catamount trail over to ski hill, ski some lift served, take Long trail to other ski resort, but I'm not too worried that the Dynafits would hold me back here.  I'm not exactly kicking and gliding.

 

I feel like I could use a lot more control on the downhill and seeing as I don't tele turn, is there any reason not to go with Dynafits?   Seems like the TLT Radical ST is a good choice???

 

The number of boot choices overwhelm me, even within Dynafit brand alone. 

 

Any thoughts? Perhaps a boot "comparable" to T2 Eco.  Price sensitive so in the low-mid 400 would be nice (on sale, old model , etc, fine).  A real quick google shows Titan TF-X F in my size for ~450.  I know this one weighs as much as the T2 Eco, so it's probably pretty beefy?

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While there are a few deranged individuals (including several friendswink.gif) that insist on not teleing on free-heel gear, it doesn't sound like you should be one. D-Fit seems perfect.  Don't know AT boots, so I got nothin' for you there. 

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