Someone has the same problem?
After 3 passes with the new boot, during the final part of a turn my boot slipped away from the front stainless steel toe hoop, with the release unit still locked
. It was quite scary and dangerous. After that, i noticed that the front part of the boot bobs when is locked on the ski, due to the deformation that occur on the stainless steel toe hoop: this due to a mistake in toe hoop design, or because i have a toe hoop with production problem (in my point of view the contact between the boot and the toe hoop is too much forward).
The problem with syndicate hardshell is referred only to the front stainless steel toe hoop. The boot, the liner and the release system is awesome.
- In one picture you can see the gap between the boot and the toe hoop (you see also the scratch on the boot when my boot slipped away from the front stainless steel toe hoop, with the release unit still locked)
- in the other picture you can see the toe hoop too close to the top of the boot. This cause the slip.
Not sure how to deal with a long link?