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Boots worn down, popping out of skis randomly
After only a year of use, my Nordica Dead Money boots have worn down on the bottoms to the point where I am popping out of my bindings way more than I should, even with my DINs set to above where they technically should be. I obviously don't want to get new boots, because they fit me perfectly and I got them just a little over a year ago. I also don't want to continue to lose my skis when dropping cliffs and having to search through the snow for upwards of an hour to find them. Is there any fix for this problem?
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It sounds like the soles on the bottom are worn out, just replace those!
If you have not worn out the shell but just the replaceable heel and toe then replace those. They will prob cost about 20-40 for a set. If you have worn out any part of the shell as well your in trouble. You can't really fix that. Some may say you can use epoxy but it won't be great and often cracks and fails. Always keep an eye on the wear if the soles. It's so much better to replace a 20-40 buck piece then the whole boot.
It will also be worth checking the forward pressure. The bindings may be set wrong which is part of the reason your releasing easily.
So take your skis and boots to a nordica dealer and see what they can do for you.
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