Thoughts peeps on if I'm being stupid here.
it's taken me many years to find the perfect boot and I have done so with the Nordica ACE 2's. the are snug in all the right places, allowing me to ski for hours on end. On my touring setup (guardians) I have been using the ACE's with no issues or at least none since I don't know what a real touring boot feels.
I loved the ace's so much that I bought 2 extra boots that were being cleared out for $150.
Now comes my question, I'm picking up a set of new ski's and slapping the new Salomon Shift on them. I have searched around and the company CAST performs boot conversions that work with the SHIFT
a. send out one of the ACE2's to have this done since there is an extra pair. my first pair have 200+ and prolly should be turfed soon.
I'm guessing this will cost be around $400 CAD with shipping inclusive.
b. buy a new boot that I'm unsure about but dedicated for touring. I have already on the Dalbello Lupo AX and they feel good, just not sure that transitions into long days of touring . In Canada we also get the joy of paying way more for product and the cost is 699 Plus tax.