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kneel turner
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Tx Comp vs. Pro
« on: 12/25/18, 01:36 PM »

Any pinheads have a comparison of bellows stiffness between the pro and comp?
I just ordered a pair of Outlaw X bindings. I own a pair of Tx Pros, but my opinion of bellows flex is that they fold like a broken lawn chair. Are the Comps significantly more stiff?
(I’m coming from O1 Rid stiff and T Race, so I want some beef!)
Thanks.
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Re: Tx Comp vs. Pro
« Reply #1 on: 12/25/18, 01:55 PM »

Yes, the TXcomp has slightly stiffer flexing bellows.  IMO, if you want really stiff "resort only" boots, the crispi world cups are the way to go....  and as a measure inbetween the uber stiff world cups and the somewhat stiffer Txcomps, you could get the crispi evos which are in between them...  The crispi's are nice boots as long as you don't buy the "shiver". That's a weird boot IMO.  Also I think the new crispi fit is slightly narrower than the current scarpa scaffo, so if you have wide feet you might stick to scarpa.  Don't buy the Scott/garmont NTN boots.  In a word, they suck...
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Re: Tx Comp vs. Pro
« Reply #2 on: 12/26/18, 10:33 AM »

Thanks Tele,
I’ll have to make a point to get up to Pro Ski.
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