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Lange Lace-up Plug Boot liners, UNUSED, size 24-24.5, $65 shipped.

post #1 of 24
Thread Starter 

Have an extra, never used pair of Lange Lace-up liners, from a 130 plug boot, 284mm BSL, size 24-24.5. Believe these were from a 2011-12 boot. Literally never unlaced, or put on. Brand new, perfect. Have no need for them. Daughter's next boots will be something else, and she already has two sets of liners! No need for a third. 

 

PRICE REDUCED, again,  TO $50 ,shipped.  Keep in mind these will cost $20 to ship!

 

PM me with any questions. Thanks

 

AppleMark


Edited by Muleski - 12/9/13 at 10:43am
post #2 of 24
Thread Starter 

PRICE REDUCED TO $55, shipped! 

post #3 of 24

This is an extremely good deal if they fit!

If you've never tried lace ups, this is a cheap way to do it.

I've got a 26 plus boots for sale.

post #4 of 24
Thread Starter 

Nobody? These are typically sold at a racer price of $150 through race centers. $55, including shipping, and no interest?  If you're in a Lange or Rossi plug boot, this size, why would you NOT buy them and have a new, or spare pair? Where are these deals when I need to BUY stuff? Thanks for looking! 

post #5 of 24

Let me ask my nephew if he has a racer friend who wants them. They're too small for him.

post #6 of 24
Thread Starter 

Bump for a price reduction to $50, shipped. 

 

The typical race price for these liners is $150, then add tax, or shipping. Was thinking that somebody could use them, or might want to give this type of liner a try. 

 

PM me with any questions

post #7 of 24
These are my size! PM sent-"
post #8 of 24
Thread Starter 

Just to be clear, these are the original liners from a 284mm BSL, Lange WC150 "Plug" race boot. They are not moldable, heat formed/fitted, or foam liners. Standard top end plug boot lace up liners, at a third of the normal cost, including shipping. Just want to be clear on that. Thanks. 

 

These should be a very good deal for somebody!  

post #9 of 24

I'll take them ,if prior offer falls thru.

Tim

post #10 of 24

Good lord that's a good deal for $50. Once you go lace up that's all you want.

post #11 of 24
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Once you go lace up that's all you want.

Whalebone or no whalebone?
post #12 of 24
Thread Starter 

boy wonder, PM just sent. Thanks. 

post #13 of 24
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Whalebone or no whalebone?

Well...plastic or metal now. However, according to The two nerdy girls...
Quote:
Whenever the word "corset" is mentioned in a historical context, it's almost always described as being "whalebone." Yet this is something of a misnomer: corsets weren't stiffened with whalebone, but with another part of the whale called baleen.
http://twonerdyhistorygirls.blogspot.com/2010/04/more-about-corsets-baleen-ho.html?m=1
post #14 of 24
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Originally Posted by Tog View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by qcanoe View Post

Whalebone or no whalebone?

Well...plastic or metal now. However, according to The two nerdy girls...
Quote:
Whenever the word "corset" is mentioned in a historical context, it's almost always described as being "whalebone." Yet this is something of a misnomer: corsets weren't stiffened with whalebone, but with another part of the whale called baleen.
http://twonerdyhistorygirls.blogspot.com/2010/04/more-about-corsets-baleen-ho.html?m=1

 

Veteran of many childhood visits to the Mystic Seaport maritime museum here, so ahead of the girls on that one by about 40 years. :)

post #15 of 24
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Veteran of many childhood visits to the Mystic Seaport maritime museum here, so ahead of the girls on that one by about 40 years. :)


So you've been using lace ups all that time? Way ahead of the curves I'd say.

post #16 of 24
Thread Starter 

Back on topic, please.

 

boy wonder, I sent you a PM, about working out the details. 

 

Once they sell, bring back the corset conversation. Many, many visits to Mystic by this kid, as well. 

 

Thanks!!

post #17 of 24
Thread Starter 

Update….still available. A number of people have been confused about what a lace-up plug boot liner is, committed to buy, then have found out that they are not what they need.  

These are the original liners that are supplied with a Lange "plug" race boot. The liners are the same regardless of

the boot flex {ZA, ZB, etc.}

The exact same liners, other than cosmetics, are used in the Rossi plugs as well. 

I have seen them used in almost any plug boot, regardless of manufacturer, with success. 

Unlike many liners, you can buy these through Lange's race department, for $150 plus shipping. 

 

If you have a "high volume" liner that is packed out, these will likely not solve that problem, as these are not high volume. If you have the right boot, these will be great. If you have a boot with a packed out liner, and the boot fits well, this MAY work. 

 

I had thought we might have somebody with a pair of trashed, packed out plug liners who wants to essentially create a new boot for a low price. My Dobermann shells have close to 500 days on them. The buckles have been replaced as they break, the lifters have been replaced three times, the Booster straps maybe six times, and I'm on my third set of liners. The shells take a lot of beating, and they haven't changed much in design. In fact the Tecnica and Nordica WC guys are skiing in a 2003 Doberman. Same mould, same plastic, same boot. 

 

So still available at $50, shipped. 

 

Thanks!

post #18 of 24

You have any for a 305mm shell?

post #19 of 24
@Rise To The Top,
That's a 26. I've got these. Comes with boots too so you'll have replacement buckes at the very least.

http://www.epicski.com/t/122999/lange-w-cup-lace-up-liners-w-plug-boot-size-26#post_1641137
post #20 of 24
Thread Starter 

RTTP, 

 

No 305's. I grabbed the last pair of his unused liners a few years ago for myself, and the rest were just dead and made the way to the dumpster. Sorry. Sounds like Tog might have a solution. Hope all's well. 

 

MS

post #21 of 24
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Originally Posted by Muleski View Post
 

RTTP, 

 

No 305's. I grabbed the last pair of his unused liners a few years ago for myself, and the rest were just dead and made the way to the dumpster. Sorry. Sounds like Tog might have a solution. Hope all's well. 

 

MS

 

Ah, go figure. Looking for just liners right now, I can wait a little bit. Trying to make a return to tech this season. Tore my MCL/Meniscus before MSA back in 2011. Basically stuck training the following seasons. Haven't raced much. We'll see how the next month goes, and if all feels well I'll give it one more try before I graduate.

post #22 of 24
Thread Starter 

Bumped from page 6…..somebody must have packed out, cooked liners by this time of the year! 

Size 24-24.5, Lange WC lace-up liners, BSL 284mm. Brand new. Never skied, never tried on. 

Fit the true Lange {or Rossi} WC last boot. $150+ is the standard price form Lange. 

 

$50, shipped. 

 

Thanks! 

post #23 of 24

Good lord buy these if you have a 24 shell that's a decent performance fit. Does not need to be Lange.

This is a good way to experiment with lace ups for nearly no money.

post #24 of 24
Thread Starter 

SOLD pending payment. Thanks, everybody! 

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