12/27/2017
 
Hi Dave, you have good taste! The Session would make a decent replacement for the Cho; it's quick and lively and crazy light. It stands up better to rocks vs the Cho in our experience as well, with the hard bases and surprisingly sturdy edges. That said, you should still steer around them! That won't be hard with this ski though.
12/27/2017
 
Hi Stephen, we have replacement straps that are a bit thicker than stock which should help stop the cam from sliding. Also putting a rivet through the end will prevent losing it. Agreed the glue can be sticky out of the box; I often drop mine in the snow to tame them before they break in (same with other sticky skins such as BD and Kohla). This doesn't cause any self-loathing and is actually somewhat therapeutic. I've seen others use a skin sock for storage which seems to work well despite the taunting ...
12/27/2017
 
Hi Robert, thanks for the feedback. It seems like more and more boots are using the external bar-latch for the ski/walk mode lever. All of them can ice up, especially when booting. We just use Whippets or Scrapers to clean 'em out. Also, you can try and adjust the tension on the Cavo lever to see if that helps with the locking. It's also possible the springs have been stretched out due to impact on the lever. You may be able to get a new set of levers from Sportiva. We can probably dig up a replaceme...
12/27/2017
 
Hi Dan, these adjustment plates aren't designed for that binding and won't be of much help. The B&D shift plates might help you out.
12/27/2017
 
Hi Espen, they are sold in pairs (left and right).