It was recently discovered by wildsnow.com that the 2012 Garmont Cosmos ski boot does not release from a tech binding toe piece in a manner consistent with most other tech boots on the market. Here the behavior of a Garmont Cosmos boot in a tech binding toe piece is demonstrated. A BD Factor boot is put to the same test and performs quite differently. Finally, the Cosmos toe inserts are modified with a Dremel tool (grinding stone #84922) to allow the boot to work against the binding cleanly.
Note: The unmodified boot had been subjected to several forced releases prior to this recording. This tends to decrease the required pressure for release.
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