Height:5' 10"
Weight:160 lbs
Shoe Size:US 9.50
Skier Type:Type III - Aggressive
Ski Frequency:50 - 99 days / year
My Skiing

Grew up in the northeast, now living in SLC, spending winters touring in the Wasatch and the west in general.

My Gear

Dynafit TLT6P w/"Expert" booster
Down Countdown 102L 179cm
Dynafit Speed Radicals

Recent Posts

It appears from the photos here and videos on UD's site that the ski carry tail loops are not adjustable. Is there any approximate range of tail widths these will accommodate? (eg will they take a Movement Response-X)
Me: 5'10", 160lbs, type III skier. I have these mounted on my 177cm Movement Response-X, and ski them with green TLT6Ps. These are my first real race bindings, having been on the progression towards truly light gear for some time now. They're awesome. The toe is different from normal Dynafit-style toes in that it defaults to closed, you apply pressure to open it but it closes as soon as you release the pressure - there is no "locked open" mode like with most other tech toes. In practice this means you press...
I've been using these quite a bit both racing and touring this spring. Definitely not a warm glove, you have to be really moving even with the insulated overmitten on if you want to use this much below 20F. They breathe great and have excellent dexterity though, and are really more than enough glove for most warm weather spring touring. The mitten is kind of bulky when it is wrapped up in the cuff, and they do stay wet if you get them wet, which are my only negative points. However for most sunny 25F+ days...
Me: 5'10", 160lbs, type III. I'm skiing the 177cm with green TLT6Ps and Ski Trab Gara Titan bindings. The Response-X is a great mid-winter daily touring ski for me here in the Wasatch. They are stupid easy to ski - my first turns on them required no thought whatsoever and were just plain fun. I've been pleasantly surprised how well they handle powder, and they've become my go-to ski in anything fresh. I've skied them in some of the best of the very deep conditions we've been fortunate enough to have this w...
How does this binding stack up to the Hagan ZR in the ~100g category for potential use in a non-racing ultralight touring setup?


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