11/18/2017
 
As Matt said, these skis love speed...but you can still control them in tight spaces. I'd say the best description of this ski is that it likes to be ridden with an energetic style, and it feels a bit dead underfoot until you start speeding up or putting some pressure through the ski into the snow. Despite the width, they have become a daily driver for me - they excel in the soft stuff, but are still very capable on firm snow thanks to the relatively minimal sidecut. The flex pattern feels just right, espe...
8/27/2017
 
These skis are an awesome option for a lightweight but very capable powder ski. I went longer (almost equal to my height - I'm 179 and I got the 177) rather than wider, and have found them to be a really fun and stable ski. The mounting point feels quite forward compared to other Alp Tracks skis, but that just means that they like to be ridden through the middle of the ski rather than the tips or tails. They don't punish poor form severely, but the better you ski them the more rewarding they are. They can...
8/27/2017
 
If you like light and fast, this ski is the one you want. There's never going to be a question of how fast these things go on the up, but they are also surprisingly capable on the way down. That extra few millimeters width more than a race ski really makes a difference! The Minim has rapidly become my favorite ski for touring and ski mountaineering. If there's a fair bit of fresh/unconsolidated snow, I might grab something else from the quiver, but otherwise I'm on Minims. During descent, they are stiff, ...