Stano Skintrack

Stano Skintrack
Height:6' 1"
Weight:158 lbs
Shoe Size:N/A
Skier Type:Type III+ - Expert
Ski Frequency:100+ days / year
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My Skiing

99.9% of my skiing is self-propelled and about 90% is in the backcountry. I am not really a high speed charging type but can ski fast when needed. I like to ski everything from mellow to steep couloirs, almost in any conditions. And I don't skin up only to ski down, I really enjoy the way up.

My Gear

I prefer my gear on the lighter side or as light as possible while still allowing for lots of fun on the downhills.

Recent Posts

While I do like all the functionality of this jacket (which I would rate as 5) I have tough time to keeping it from sliding up my back for whatever reason (would rate it as 3). Maybe sizing up would solve that issue but then the sleeves would be too long perhaps. I recommend it but perhaps try it out to make sure the fit is right for you.
Great race suit on all fronts! Bottom line, this suit features practical outside pockets for faster transitions and overall efficiency. This race suits is perfect for warmer/spring conditions but can be easily adapted for colder days by wearing underwear of various thickness. To read a full review visit
This is a great jacket. I have been using it for skinning up all winter long either with thin short sleeve base layer or various thicknesses of long sleeves. I suspect that during warm spring days I will keep bringing it as layer for descents. The two big zip pockets on the front hide 2 small mesh pockets each - these provide clever storage for various things. And when climbing up you can ventilate through those pockets as well :) The front fabric (on mine is green) protects just well against wind but is st...
I have used both the Race 170 and 185 Plum heels and I can definitely recommend them. So far they have been very reliable, easy to adjust for different sizes, light, and at a good price. I like to mount them with now a beefy Dynafit Speed Radical toes as I like the security and reliability of those. Both times, this setup was mounted on ~80mm skis for ski mountaineering missions and long spring tours.
I have got these skis (174cm and 116-78-97) only recently and skied them for 5 days in a variety of conditions each time (with Dynafit TLT6 boots). They are definitely light on the up and feel more like a skimo race ski than a touring one. As for the downhill performance, their shape (bigger shovel and narrower tail) makes them easy to float in powder, they were cutting well through breakable crust and wind slab, and skied reasonably well on groomed hard pack although there was some chatter. I would rate th...

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