Height:5' 8"
Weight:120 lbs
Shoe Size:US 8.00
Skier Type:Type III - Aggressive
Ski Frequency:50 - 99 days / year
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My Skiing

In the winter a fair bit of racing, and below treeline, safe BC skiing. Also some multiday touring and staying in miners cabins/huts.

By the time April comes around I have half my ski days for the season. The rest come after. Interesting, steep, technical lines are the name of the game in the spring. If it involves ice or rock climbing all the better.

My Gear

Speed Radical on BD Convert 172
ATK SL on Hagan X Race 163
Plum 165 on SkiTrab Magico 171

Recent Posts

So far I am really liking these boots, with a few caveats. Liners: the liners are far better than the Syborg liners. I really like the elastic over the forefoot. With the Syborg boots I used the liner from the Spitfire. The one caveat is that the boots are much more tight to get on, and I doubt the liners I used to use would fit inside easily. Width: Though these claim to have the same width as the Syborg, they feel wider. I needed to punch my Syborg boots in 3 places, so far with about 5 days on these I ...
Does the 'Old Race Toe Lever' come with the lock plate? The pic that shows up appears that way.
Do you have plans to get more Attivo Tips(only) in stock this year?
Will you be stocking these this season? The current crop from Yurp uses a star drive(torx) screw, do you know if these are still phillips, or perhaps torx?
I have 5 touring days on them and 1 bell to bell lift day. Up: these are insanely light and skin like a dream. Combined with a Plum 165 binding my 171 length skis weigh 1194gr. (1002gr just the ski before mount). Down: it took me until the lift day to get comfortable with how these ski. I find they require a very active and engaged skiing style and if I get sloppy and stop pressing the tips for a bit they quickly feel squirmy. They are very encouraging with jump turns on the steeps. Super low swing weig...

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