Height:5' 4"
Weight:130 lbs
Shoe Size:US 7.00
Skier Type:Type III+ - Expert
Ski Frequency:50 - 99 days / year
My Skiing

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

My Gear

Voile Objective 164 with Kreutzpitche GT
Dynafit Denali 168 with Dynafit Superlite
Hagan Cirrus 163 with Kreutzpitche bindings
Ski Trab Volare 171 with Dynafit Radical bindings
Voile WSP 160 with Dynafit Low Tech 1.0
Alien 1.0
TLT7 carbonio

Recent Posts

Not as light as my climbing helmet, but it's light and more comfortable to use with goggles than my climbing helmet. Comes with 2 liners ( with and without ear flaps). The goggle and headlamp retainers make this a fully functional mountaineering helmet. Pretty well-ventilated. I've been using it more at the resort than touring, but it is plenty light and ventilated for touring.
A ski mountaineering ski epitomized. Light, handles variable conditions from powder, to crud, to hardpack. Despite its light weight, it is stable and fairly damp compared to similar skis I have used. I like to tip notch for race style skins.
We paired these bindings with my wife's Movement Balance skis with Dynafit Superlite 1.0. She uses these skis as her primary resort ski as well as her BC ski. These work extremely well. Very simple and reliable. They are very easy to remove for BC use, and they easily slide into the crampon attachment when she skis at the resort. The "switch" which is mounted to the ski, under the forefoot is easy to use, and looks to be nearly weightless. There is no interference when entering or exiting the binding...
I am writing this review for my wife. She loves them and gives them 5 stars. She has been skiing the 154's with Dynafit Speed Superlites and TLT5P's since the beginning of the 2014-15 season. She is using them for both BC and resort. They seem to be the woman's version of the Movement Response-X. Almost the same exact weight, width, and rocker. These are likely a bit softer flex. She loves the weight (or lack thereof) while skinning. She has skied powder, crud, moguls, groomers, and she looks great ...
True story: Last year I was looking to upgrade my BC setup to something new and light weight. I also wanted to dip my toes into the race scene, and I wanted 1 pair of skis that was adequate for both disciplines. I found the Skimo.co website through an interview that Jason did on Skintrack.com. I knew nothing of these type of skis and did not even recognize most of the brands that Skimo was selling. After working through the site, I wrote Jason to ask for help and inquire about the Cirrus skis which had...

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