Harald Harb thinks ROTARY boots are bad and avoiding ROTARY boots is important. His argument seems to make sense but I can't test or measure each brand of boot. Is ROTARY only an issue for Harb's style of skiing or does it also apply to the traditional style skiing/instruction? Can anyone tell me which boot companies make ROTARY boots and which ones make the boots that aren't ROTARY? Is ROTARY more of an issue between expert boots as compared to intermediate boots? A related questions. If ROTARY is so bad why would any multimillion dollar company make a boot that has a basic design flaw? Is there some advantage to a ROTARY boot that Harb is overlooking?
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9/5/05 at 1:37pm