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peteyboy
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4 buckle Scarpa T1 2015 or 16, nearly new, 27.5
« on: 03/18/19, 11:18 PM »

4 buckle T1 (black), I think 2015, near when they went 4 buckle.  27.5.  Skied I think 4 days.  I'm just not a 4 buckle guy.  $150 plus shipping from Bellingham.  Caveman low tech; can text pictures (I'll try to add to post)
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Re: 4 buckle Scarpa T1 2015 or 16, nearly new, 27.5
« Reply #1 on: 04/14/19, 02:14 PM »

Hi,

I may be interested in your boots.

I believe 27.5 would be ~ 9 1/2  - 10 US.

I understand that Scarpa shells break on the 1/2 size, so a 27.5 would would also be a 28 depending on the liner.

I expect they will most likely fit me.

I have a very old set of Scarpa T4 boots and the line is stamed 7 1/2 on the heel, any chance your liners have the same sizing?

I live in Abbotsford so it would be easy for me to come down.

Regards,

Lorne
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Re: 4 buckle Scarpa T1 2015 or 16, nearly new, 27.5
« Reply #2 on: 04/14/19, 06:21 PM »

Hey Lorne,
I don't think that sizing is used by Scarpa anymore.  A T4 is a slipper compared to these bootzillas.  You are right that they are a 9.5-10 US foot size.  Send me a PM if you can use info or a cell phone pic or two.
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Re: 4 buckle Scarpa T1 2015 or 16, nearly new, 27.5
« Reply #3 on: 04/15/19, 12:42 PM »

Google scarps sizing chart. Make sure you are looking at hard boot/ski boot chart.
They still break on the 1/2 size.
Old scarps used to have UK sizes written on liners.  Newer boots use mondo.
27=10 US street for me.
Cheers,
Kneel
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tele.skier
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Re: 4 buckle Scarpa T1 2015 or 16, nearly new, 27.5
« Reply #4 on: 04/15/19, 04:35 PM »

No, Lorne has his sizing information right. 

The shaded and unshaded sizes adjacent to each other indicate "shared shell size",  so 27.5 and 28 are the same shell size, which is US men's size 9.5 and 10 respectively


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Re: 4 buckle Scarpa T1 2015 or 16, nearly new, 27.5
« Reply #5 on: 04/18/19, 04:53 PM »

Yes, they are huge compared to my T4s.
Only plan to use them for limited lift skiing.
My cell phone is: 604 855 1216
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Re: 4 buckle Scarpa T1 2015 or 16, nearly new, 27.5
« Reply #6 on: 05/21/19, 10:54 PM »

Hi Pete,

I understand you are busy.

Let me me know if and, or when you would have time to meet and exchange money and boots.

No rush.

Will use my old gear for late spring and summer ski trips.

Regards,

Lorne
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