11/22/2017
 
Hey Michael, this'll be releasing closer to the Superlite Black edition than the White. Exact release value depends a bit on the boot sole length, ski flex, and a few other things, but we haven't done enough release value testing to confidently say how they are operating across the board. The SpeedFit is testing closer to the White Superlite.
11/22/2017
 
Hey Eirik, thanks for reaching out! Yes, in theory, however sometimes you don't actually get the max adjustment range out of each binding, meaning even though they state 10mm of adjustment, you actually get maybe 7-9mm or so. Maybe a better way to put it would be that I definitely wouldn't want to bet a new ski on getting all 10mm of adjustment out of it.
11/22/2017
 
Hey Eric! I think that has a lot of potential to work, however it'll definitely take some refining to take it from a fun science project to a fully functioning ski boot. One less permanent option could be to just wrap a ski strap around the cuff while it's in ski mode. Or just wrap the strings really tight.
11/21/2017
 
Hey Mark, it kind of depends. Most people remove the tongues to tour with but pop them back in on the way down. I have heard of people touring with the tongues in, but it definitely doesn't work out quite as well. If you want to tour with a tongue, the soft tongue has had a lot more success there.
11/21/2017
 
Awesome, that sounds like a sweet setup. It's tough to match the bulldozing power of the Mythic 97 skis though so it's tough to say that these will inspire a whole lot more confidence, especially at high speeds. That being said, both the Helio 95 and the Cassiar 95 will be much, much lighter than the Mythic and if you couple the weight savings with the shorter length you'd likely get a very nimble ski! The Helio 95 is more of a soft snow ski and the Cassiar is more firm snow oriented, but obviously there's ...