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dberdinka
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WTB: Lightweight 24.5 AT shells or boots
« on: 10/08/19, 01:04 PM »

Looking for a  hopefully cheap pair of 24.5 AT boots for my 90-ish pound daughter whos foot keeps growing.  Old worn out TLT5s or 6s gathering dust in your closet would be ideal.  Liners or not.  Thanks.
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Re: WTB: Lightweight 24.5 AT shells or boots
« Reply #1 on: 10/08/19, 03:43 PM »

I'll check with the wife, she has some TLT5s that were going to get tossed out due to a cracked shell and bent buckle but they might have enough life left to last through a growth spurt.
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