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jbo

jbo

Gender

Male

Height

6' 1"

Weight

160 lbs

Shoe Size

US 10.25

Skier Type

Type III+ - Expert

Ski Frequency:

100+ days / year

My Skiing

I spend most of my ski days in the Wasatch backcountry. I love all types of skiing, from lapping powder to technical chuting, becoming the sixth person to ski all the lines in the Chuting Gallery. From the earliest snow till the last drop, let's ski!

My Gear

I'm fortunate enough to have several setups and access to even more.
I've been using the Ski Trab Magico.2 with Titan Vario bindings a ton. Often with Alien RS or Fischer Travers Carbon boots. Love the Movement AlpTracks 100s in powder and chunder. Race Pro 85s are for long distance and I race on the Aski Stealth, now with Grizzly bindings.

Recent Posts

Hi Nathan, yes that is the recommended size for that ski, plenty of coverage. The Dynafit rubber tips can be put in the Pomoca tip system, though you could also get the cheaper "No Tips" kit above and then attached a race bungee or fold the skin over the metal bar on the Dynafit tips (punching a hole for the rubber part to poke through) and rivet.
Hi Christopher, it's on the roadmap but not happening for 24/25.
4/18/2024
 
Hi James, those are the "Camlock+" tail clips, available in the drop list above.
Hi Cat, the 100s should work fine on those skis as they have a 105mm internal width.
4/18/2024
 
Hi Hamish, I took the Fast 85s out this morning and I have a pair of Race Pro 85s. While somewhat damper in the tip due to the cork, the ski feel is quite similar. The Fasts are not any stiffer, I find both plenty in that department at 165 lbs. As far as Carlos' recommendations, the LT 80 is not going to be any stiffer. The Magico.2s would be a good option, and I would add the Zag Adret 85s which are quite powerful which is likely appreciated at your size. You could, of course, stick with the skinnier ve...



Trip Reports

Grrr Couloir

Managed to catch the Grrr with some fresh snow on a beautiful day. Amazing! This was just as our snowpack was starting to heal after a long, unstable early season. Clouds came and went but it was glorious, especially after waiting for so long to ski anything steep this season.

Mt Superior - South Face

I typically ski the south face a handful of times per season. This photo is from the 2019/20 season, just after an epic avalanche cycle. In fact, the road below superior was closed on this day and we skinned up the middle of the road back to the car. There was a backcountry closure in t...

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