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I have skied in these Lange Super Blasters for about 4-5 seasons now.  Absolutely best fitting boots I have ever owned (45yrs of skiing).  Two years ago I got new Intuition Liners and new footbeds at Olympic Bootwerks at Squaw.  Love the liners and footbeds.  A few weeks ago the plastic tongue on the R boot I noticed was cracked about 1 inch.  I drilled out the end of crack and dremeled/beveled the edge because it was so sharp.  So am thinking I will need new boots next year.

 

Question?        I want to keep the liners and footbeds and just replace the plastic boot.  Can anyone tell me the best way to do this, i.e., Langes only, or another boot, do you have any idea which other brand and model would be compatible with what I have.  Thinking that I ought to stick with something close to the boot I have just for overall  fit and feel.  If you can recommend the best way for me to do this I would appreciate.  Would want to stay with the flex of the Lange (which I made a little more flexible).

 

Actually hate to do this but thinking my boots are going, now the crack and last year a buckle.  Ski 60-90 days a year so they have been used.    Thanks Pete

 

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I think the superblaster was either 100 or 102mm shape, so almost anyones medium, or med/wide boot should be close.   If Lange has worked start with that,

 

easy to just drop your old liners/footbeds into a new shell

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