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Salomon Qst Access 70 T

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Hi, youngest is a fairly decent skier, can carv most reds & skis blacks rather than just getting down them. He mostly sticks to the piste but does venture off the side more & more, especially with his new black crows.
Thing is, he has small feet & even at 5’5” & 58kg he still hasn’t outgrown his adjustable Roces & he’s really happy with them (should be broken in after 5 years) but I think he’s at the stage where those might be becoming dangerous.
Trust me I’m not looking forward to having to buy him new boots as his feet grow but it’s a requirement.
So to the point, does anyone’s kid have these & are they happy with them? Decathlon have them on sale for £69.99
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