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In fairness to BCA, such randonnee adaptors were an attractive option in
pre-Diamir days, and still had some appeal for those who just couldn’t live
with a release setting topping out at 10 until the DFR became available.
Anyway, since you will soon be convinced that you need real randonnee
bindings, if you want to save a few $, hurry up and buy last year’s before
BD raises the price to match the new Naxo.  (See bentgate.com for the 2004
prices, ouch!)
And speaking of AT gear, check out the Sierra Tradingpost deals on Garmont
GSM boots (even better w/ the 30% off coupon deal).

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