|Shoe Size:||US 10.00|
|Skier Type:||Type II - Moderate|
|Ski Frequency:||25 - 50 days / year|
The Plum Race 150 is a very nice binding. I have been using them for about 1 season and have put 30 days of skiing on them. They are mounted to Movement X Sessions which I remounted from a similar (but different) binding using Kreuzspitze plates. The binding replacement went pretty smooth but did require 2 new holds for the toe however the Kreuzspitze 14mm plates allowed use of existing heel holes and gave some adjust-ability (I see Plum has a similar conversion plate that could also be used). The Plum...
Hey SkiMo, what would you say the skin options are for these skis? The 77mm waste makes some of the skin by roll too narrow. Thanks
These are a really nice ski. I have been skiing them since December 2016 and have 15 touring days on them (~90k ft and ~175 miles) in wide ranging condition (powder, to ice, to slush, to grass/rock). They ski/tour very nicely. Entry time I pick them up I laugh manically, another day of feather weight touring. 90mm seems to be a reasonable compromise in size for skinning up icy slopes and float on the way down. For as light as they are they are very durable. This season has been marked by snow and mel...
I seem to remember metal in the binding area when I mounted them.
A very nice ski. I have put around 30,000 feet of touring on them and a little lift assisted touring. Me: 6'0" 160lbs type III +/- Skis: 169 X Response with speed radical binding and dynafit tlt6 boot Conditions from great to good to bad: ice, crust, wind blown, powder, corn to slush. My typical ski is a 170+ but for this ski I got a 169. I was a little concerned I'd gone too short but they ski'd well for being a smaller ski, toured nicely and handled the conditions well.