/ LS Spantiks

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Koshal - on 03 Jan 2013
Hello,
I'm looking for an online shop that has LS Spantik's sized 46,5
Would be really greatful for any info. I'm lookin for them in Poland but without success.

thx for help,
Martin
ScaredOheights - on 03 Jan 2013
Captain Gear - on 03 Jan 2013
In reply to Koshal:

These guys don't stock them in half euro sizes, but they would be able to order them in for you.

http://www.needlesports.com/Catalogue/Footwear/Mountain-Boots/Spantik-SPO-SPAN#.UOVakYX8G0c

Give them a call or email. I've used Needle Sports many times and have always found their service excellent.

Cheers,

Tom
cb294 - on 03 Jan 2013
In reply to Koshal:

According to their website, Globetrotter (www.globetrotter.de) in Germany have them in stock in that size. They also have stores in Berlin and Dresden which may even allow trying them on (depending on where in Poland you are, of course).

Cheers,

CB
Koshal - on 03 Jan 2013
In reply to cb294:

thx-a-lot !
I'll try here, unless I'll find a better price ;)
Koshal - on 23 Jan 2013
In reply to Koshal:

Got mine Spantiks and tested a bit.
Although I found them super comfortable for climbing at front's, they are pain in the ass for longer treks. When I had to walk for a few hours to the spot - the spantiks and really hurtin my shins, evene with loosen upper part of the boot.
Anyone with a good idea how to solve the problem? I've found on the net such thing:
http://www.shintronic.com/shintronic_list.pp

Anyone tried it?
Mr Lopez - on 23 Jan 2013
In reply to Koshal:

Duct tape on the shins, or man up... they will soften with time and will stop sawing through your leg.

Edit: (I assume you mean they are rubbing like they did to me)
paul29uk on 24 Jan 2013
In reply to Koshal: I have spantiks and I found them being slightly looser helped. Certainly made Ecuador comfortable this year for me.

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