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On Wed, 25 Jul 2001, Dana Dorsett wrote:
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> And I'm sure the duckbill toe doesn't interfere with proper release at all!
> :-)
>

Y'know, I bet the old MRR's would work with tele boots. The ones that
predate the upward toe release and step-in functions. I have a pair lying
around, might try it for stihs & giggles.


> knew him. That was his first run on the Muir Snowfield. Since the falls are
> on the natural fall line out the bottom of the snowfield, an inexperienced
> person would naturally follow it, which is the most likely explanation for
> his being there. (Indeed, mid-winter it's a commonly skied path down to the

Especially an inexperienced boarder, who is less inclined to travese than
to keep going down...

Jerm

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