3/7/2014
 
I've been a longtime dynafit user of everything from classic tlt speed bindings to the FT12s and radical series. I wanted a binding that was as light as possible, but I was a bit concerned about going all the way to a pure race binding without release functionality. The Speed superlight has been a revelation. For one, it's miniscule but yet, for two, it retains releasability and a bit of riser. I was initially concerned about missing a flat walk mode. Never fear, it wasn't missed, even on longer flat sec...
3/7/2014
 
I've used this skis with TLT speed superlights for speed touring and racing. I have been impressed with their versatility given that they are a race ski. The price is a good place to start handing out recommendations. At the price, only the Voile Wasatch Speed Project compares. Next comes skiability: the stiffness in this ski makes it feel bigger than it is. The camber means that it carves. I mean Carves, much better than any other ski that I own. The durability has been good. The PNW snow season was ve...
3/7/2014
 
Material: Perfect for moving fast without getting hot, but also not freezing on the way down. Fit: Slim but not pure lycra. It looks euro for sure and downright silly at the resort, but in the backcountry you'll just look...welll...euro. Sizing: I'm 5'11", 165 lbs, and usually wear a 30-31 pant. I fit perfectly in the Euro S, American XS. That's right, there are two sizes, one for fat americans, and one for euros. Thanks dynafit. Features: The drawcord waistband is inobtrusive and secure. The two hand po...