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It looks like some of the newer randonee boot offerings like the Garmont Adrenalin G-fit have two sets of plates so they can work with regular downhill bindings as well as randonee/AT bindings. This could be appealing on those powder days at Alta and Taos where you want to hike a little to get to the better runs but actually ski them in a downhill binding as opposed to a randonee.

Has anybody tried this yet and if so how did it work? Are the boots stiff enough so there is not a problem with cranking the skis? Any issues with release due to the different soles?