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Jeff

Jeff

Gender

Male

Height

5' 10"

Weight

150 lbs

Shoe Size

US 8.50

Skier Type

Type III - Aggressive

Ski Frequency:

25 - 50 days / year

My Skiing

Moved to Utah in 1979 and ski bummed at Snowbird for TOO long. But I quickly realized that untracked powder didn't exist long at the resorts and got my first Tele setup in 83. Been skiing backcountry since. Slow to the AT gear, but Skimo changed that. Style is slowly evolving from the Hippy powder turns to willing to open it up on occasion. Finally getting into touring in the Spring too.

My Gear

First AT setup is Spectres and Wailer 112 Pures with Radical ST 2.0. Heavy, but work very well at Alta on Powder days.
Now on Alien RS (size 26) Movement Alp Track 100 with Ski Trab Titan Vario.2.
Spring setup - Ski Trab Magico.2 171cm and Titan Vario.2 of course.

Recent Posts

10/13/2021
 
Mike, PG does make a 26.5 and 27.5 shell. Not just a liner change. He does not print BSL on his boots, but the 27.5 should be 285mm. Our shop actually measures the boot and very carefully mounts these.
10/13/2021
 
Jaysun, The DPS version uses a different toe piece with a U.H.V.® (Up-hill Hardness Variator). In addition, the DPS has a slightly different heel piece with a magnetic heel flap.
10/6/2021
 
Thanks for asking Mike. My foot is 265mm and narrower and I put the size 42 on. I have a 2 finger fit, which is a bit more than needed in a race boot. Added a footbed for fit and it feels great. There is extra room at the toe a slight heel rise that liner mold and other work could fix. With your 103mm last, it will probably be snug. Most definitely the 41 would not work. So fit on your would probably be better. The Pierre Gignoux boots are a tad wider. The Stratos V says it has a wide 103 last, if you ca...
Ryan, there was an issue with the heel moving while hiking on the riser. Ski Trab made a modification and the new bindings come with that. I am not sure if that is what you got on warranty.
9/13/2021
 
Hi Ryan, Carbon boots can be tough for long or wide-footed skiers. The 44 will roughly work for 10.5 to Maybe 11.5. And these fit towards the narrow. Please fill out our boot finder and I will see what we can find for you. Also, include an accurate foot length to us.



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