Height:5' 4"
Weight:132 lbs
Shoe Size:US 7.00
Skier Type:Type III+ - Expert
Ski Frequency:50 - 99 days / year
My Skiing

Mainly backcountry Touring
Ski Mountaineering ( standard lines, nothing extreme)
Started Skimo races in 2014.

My Gear

Voile Objective 164 with Ski Trab Vario 8 bindings
Dynafit Denali 168 with Dynafit Superlite 1.0 bindings
Hagan Cirrus 163 with Kreutzpitche SCTT bindings
Voile WSP 160 with Dynafit Low Tech 1.0
Alien 1.0
Alien 1.1
TLT7 carbonio

Recent Posts

Since my size just recently arrived at Skimo, I have only used these a few times. My other boots include the original Alien 1.0 and the TLT7 carbonio. I bought these because my Alien 1.0's have had a fruitful life of racing and touring, and are now allocated to a training and rock boot, as they are getting a bit sloppy. Here is my comparison of the new Alien 1.1 to the excellent aforementioned boots.... Alien 1.1 vs 1.0: The new boot is stiffer (at least compared to my well-used originals)!! They ski ...
I forgot to mention that I used them with my aliens on Rainier, and I had no problems with my automatic crampons. They should work fine with strap on and new-matic ones as well. Every so often the sole strap will collect snow in wetter conditions. It’s not really much of a problem and nothing an occasional pole bang to the boot won’t correct.
I get cold feet....just ask JBO before any significant Skimo.co purchase. These definitely help. Simple, light, easy to put on and take off, and during the winter I always have them on or have them in my pack. In my experience, I think the stated sizing is more geared toward traditional alpine boots. I wear a size 25 in the aliens and tlt7. I originally bought the mediums, which were way too big, but fit perfectly for the same sized alpine boots. I’m not sure JBO’s boot size, but I recall he borrowed ...
The Dyneema stretches a bit initially, so it takes a few adjustments to fit securely to a specific boot. Once the Dyneema is broken in, it doesn't continue to stretch. These fit the Scarpa Alien 1.0's perfectly.
Thanks Skimo for having all these spare parts!! I thoroughly notched my Low Tech 1.0 titanium pins after "downright abuse." Skimo had both ti and steel replacement pins for these legacy bindings, so I can continue use these otherwise perfectly good bindings. I bought the steel which should not notch and were less expensive, and they are working flawlessly.

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