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Dynafit Beast - problems clicking into heel

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
The snow was VERY sticky today. Walk around and there was a quarter inch of ice stuck to the bottom of your boots. Didn’t have too many problems scraping it off on the heel riser (though I am a bit concerned about breaking the plastic somehow, although not sure how legitimate the concern is). But at one point I just couldn’t get locked into one of the heels after a little break walking around to take in the view at the top of a piste. Spent a few minutes sitting down and scraping out ice from around the heel piece and under the break pad thing, but I think the main issue was ice in the heel lugs on my boots? Took a while to clear that out sitting in some strange yoga poses. Eventually got clicked in, but they didn’t go in easily. Any thoughts or tips?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@Themasterpiece, it isn't unusual to have some problems clicking into the heel piece of Beasts. I tend to find that it is more a problem of the heel not being lined up correctly. This is rectified by locking the toe piece, clicking in the heel, then unlocking the toe.

However, one of my friends does occasionally have a wild stamping session getting into his in very snowy circumstances. This is often linked to too much snow under the brake and terrifying transition ground.
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