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I have a set of Naxo 21 bindings - not yet mounted. I don't plan to buy AT boots this year. If I mount these for my alpine boots for this year, then buy AT boots in the future, will I have to remount if the sole lengths aren't the same? Should I first research what my sole length would be on Garmonts and Scarpas?
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I have a set of Naxo 21 bindings - not yet mounted. I don't plan to buy AT boots this year. If I mount these for my alpine boots for this year, then buy AT boots in the future, will I have to remount if the sole lengths aren't the same? Should I first research what my sole length would be on Garmonts and Scarpas?
Hey NCskier welcome to the world of backcountry AT stuff listen you should know that the Naxo bindings are adjustable for a pretty wide range of boot sole lengths so unless you bought Naxos that are borderline on the too small or too large ends of the adjustment range then you should be fine there are a lot of skiers who swap back and forth between their AT boots and their alpine boots on the same ski and binding setup I have done it myself on AT bindings in the past and found no problem with 10mm differences in sole lengths.
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between the Naxos and Fritschi... Naxos are definitely easy to adjust to different boot sole lengths. Like Ramshackle mentioned, unless you are boarderline between 2 distinct sizes of the Naxos, you should be fine.

FYI, Naxos are the bindings we used for testing AT skis for Couloir Magazine because it was soooo easy to adjust to all the different testers boot sole length.
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