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Technica Icon XT 17

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
Sorry I posted this under another thread. I am looking for the width this boot was?

Thanks.
post #2 of 10
What do you mean? It's a narrow boot all around. What are you looking for specifically?
post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 
was looking for mm width for comparison to other boots.
post #4 of 10
mm width of the interior at what point?
post #5 of 10
What Steve said.

The XT is a very low volume race boot. There are very few race boots narrower. The successor, the Race R is narrower.

The measurements you are looking are very hard to find. Usually, you can find the width of the forefoot in a given size. I have a Nordica brochure and i can tell you that the Dobermann WC 150 has a maximum forefoot width of 95mm ( UK size 7).
post #6 of 10
I would be willing to measure my XT's for you if you let me know what areas you would like measured. My shells are 28.5's if that works for sizing. I can give you ramp angle, forward lean, heal width, forefoot width. I will have to remember to get my boots from home and bring them to work, so if you are still interested.....let me know. Can give you numbers on the new Diablo too.
post #7 of 10

Ramp/Fwd lean

Can you post these specs please? I can't find this info anywhere. I need Ramp angle and Fwd lean for:

Icon XT 17s
Diablo Race Pros
and
Lange Comp's
(28.5's #'s are fine)

Also, is this info available on Tech Support For Skiers? If it is I'll subscribe, but I wont bother if its not.

Thanks.
- Paul
post #8 of 10
Quote:
Originally Posted by skierpaul
Can you post these specs please? I can't find this info anywhere. I need Ramp angle and Fwd lean for:

Icon XT 17s
Diablo Race Pros
and
Lange Comp's
(28.5's #'s are fine)

Also, is this info available on Tech Support For Skiers? If it is I'll subscribe, but I wont bother if its not.

Thanks.
- Paul
XT is taller (less ankle flexion). Diablo has a HUGE amount of FWD lean (IMO) and a flatter ramp angle. This means more ankle flexion. If you want the numbers i think only Bud can help you. Try them and see what feels best.
post #9 of 10
I think he was looking for max width in the forefoot/toebox. The Head World Cup boots you see on ebay have either a 97mm last or a 103mm last. I think those are the max widths in the forefoot/toebox on those models.
post #10 of 10
Quote:
Originally Posted by bjohansson
I think he was looking for max width in the forefoot/toebox. The Head World Cup boots you see on ebay have either a 97mm last or a 103mm last. I think those are the max widths in the forefoot/toebox on those models.
The XT has a 96 or 97mm forefoot width but i do not know in which size.
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