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Solomon 27.5 plug boots F.S.

post #1 of 15
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I have a pair of never used Salomon plug boots for sell. They are 27.5 and are still new in the box. Since they are plug boots they WILL require that you spend some quality time with a local boot fiter, but once you get these babies dialed in there going to last! These are by far one of the highest performing ski boots Solomon has ever made and are extremly hard to find via normal retail chanels. My asking price is $150.00 you pay the shipping.
post #2 of 15
What year? What model? Flex?

Don't know much about Salomon plugs but can't find a 27.5 Tecnica XT.

Thanks,

Brian
post #3 of 15
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Originally Posted by bjohansson View Post
What year? What model? Flex?

Don't know much about Salomon plugs but can't find a 27.5 Tecnica XT.

Thanks,

Brian
They are the last version before Soly decieded to put holes in the side. I dont have them infront of me at the moment, but I beleive there the X2 version.

If your asking about the flex, than these are not for you.

Brand new plug boots for $150.00 is a steal. I'm only selling them because I do not need five pairs of new alpine boots.
post #4 of 15
I think that would be the Course X2.
post #5 of 15
can you tell your sponsor your size is 24.5?
post #6 of 15
Great price for new condition, not 100% sure these would be for me though, so would like some details- model, pics if it is not too much of a problem.
post #7 of 15
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Originally Posted by mtbakerskier View Post
They are the last version before Soly decieded to put holes in the side. I dont have them infront of me at the moment, but I beleive there the X2 version.

If your asking about the flex, than these are not for you.

Brand new plug boots for $150.00 is a steal. I'm only selling them because I do not need five pairs of new alpine boots.
Actually, I'm worried that they'll be too soft. I've been looking for a pair of XT24's but can't find any. With the trend toward softer plug boots, us old school types have to be worried about noodles .
post #8 of 15
Thread Starter 
Ok,
Here are the pics.






The marks on the top of the boot near the instep buckle are from a greese pen, and can easily be removed by rubbing with a rag.
post #9 of 15
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Originally Posted by bjohansson View Post
Actually, I'm worried that they'll be too soft. I've been looking for a pair of XT24's but can't find any. With the trend toward softer plug boots, us old school types have to be worried about noodles .
HA!
I'd bet good money that these are not to soft for you.
post #10 of 15
Thread Starter 
This would be a great deal on a set of new plug boots for anyone that needs them.
post #11 of 15
Great boot and they are not that stiff. I have a pair and they really ski nicely. Mine are 28 shell and are too big. I put my Tecnica liner (27.5) and that has helped.

This is a fine boot in so far as I am concerned.

Also, not to picky, but you did say new. They look scuffed a bit.
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by bjohansson View Post

Don't know much about Salomon plugs but can't find a 27.5 Tecnica XT.
I skied Tecnica prior to the Salomon and there is just no comparison. Preference is huge with boots so I'm sure that not everyone will agree with me. It seems to be a more neutral boot. It's much quicker as well.

The guy's name who set me up at GMOL is Nick and I was pissed at first for the choice of boot. He's good! In the end I have a great boot except that it is too big.
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by Paul Jones View Post
Great boot and they are not that stiff. I have a pair and they really ski nicely. Mine are 28 shell and are too big. I put my Tecnica liner (27.5) and that has helped.

This is a fine boot in so far as I am concerned.

Also, not to picky, but you did say new. They look scuffed a bit.
There new, and have never been skied. They just been kicking around my house for sometime now.
post #14 of 15
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post #15 of 15
Waiting for the Syracuse ski swap next weekend. If I can find the XT's in 27.5 for the same $55 I paid last year for the 28.5's I'm going to go with them. I'll wear the 28.5 on my right foot and the 27.5 on the left (my feet are significantly different sizes as measured by the good folks at GMOL). Will require me to keep my left and right skis marked, but I'd rather not punch or stretch a 27.5 for my right foot. If I can't find what I want next Friday, I'll get back to you on the Salomon's. More neutral sounds good to me, but I'm OK with the forward lean on the Tecnicas with the spoiler removed.
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