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DUOTREK USER GUIDE Snowboarding and Mountaineering Equipment


Congratulations, you’re all geared up. Here’s how to use your new pair of duoTrek, backcountry snowboarding and hiking boots.


Mountaineering + Backcountry Snowboarding


duoTrek works with your natural foot curvature.

HIKE TO RIDE SWITCH-OVER

RIDE

RIGHT FOOT

HIKE LEFT FOOT

HIKE

RIGHT FOOT

RIDE

RIGHT FOOT

Each crampon is crafted to fit the left and right boot shape. When the Studs are reversed, each plate goes onto the opposing foot to match the opposing curvature of the foot. Simple.

ride to hike instructions step 1. Locate the pin in the boots arch. Simply pull the button to release the toe and heel layers.

step 2. Lift out the toe and heel rubber grip sections.


step 3. Lift out the toe and heel grip plates.

step 4. Switch each grip plate to the opposing boot. (the corresponding text on each grip plate makes it easy to know the mode and side you are changing to). Modes

> LEFT HIKE > RIGHT HIKE > LEFT RIDE > RIGHT RIDE

step 5. Replace the rubber grip sections to the same boot and slide the pin back through to secure each section.


binding configuration

1.

2.

Slide boot directly into binding.

3.

Raise heel bar to high-back.

4.

Pin locks automatically.

Adjust angle with side dials.


There is always a strong desire to go back country, but so much gear is not really designed for the conditions you experience. The duoTrek means I no longer have to carry crampons, and has made hiking so much easier, encouraging me to go further. It’s what I have been looking for.

BOARDER: ROGIER SIMONS


Mountaineering + Backcountry Snowboarding

Duotrek Snowboarding and Mountaineering Equipment Designed and developed by Nick Eaton Address: 83, 14th Avenue, Tauranga, 3112, New Zealand Email: enquiries@duotrek.com Phone: +64 21 911 424

Partners Locus Research www.locusresearch.com Plastic Design Technologies (PDT) www.pdt.co.nz Special thanks to: Mitch Hughes, (lobo)


Duotrek User Guide