Haven't used (yet), but really like this suit! Not as "thin" as advertised -- just layer up underneath and I wouldn't be afraid to wear this down to 0 degrees. Also: I am 5'11, 155 lbs. and the large fits perfect!
A+ pack! I have “downright abused” this thing and it still looks like it did the day it came in the mail. Everything you want in a minimalist, light-weight, 30 liter pack. The elastic, outside side pockets are money — ski a lap, ditch your downhill jacket, gloves, and hat in the pockets, rocket back up, jacket, gloves, and hat back on without ever opening the pack. But, let’s be real, the only thing that sets this pack apart is the side ski carry, a feature I require on a ski pack that most 30+ liter packs ...
I come to these after two solid seasons on the Wasatch Project. Sorry, Voile, bad news ... I ain't coming back. These skis, hot damn (both skiing and the colors). These things fly on the up, duh, but how are they on the down? Answer: Freakin' amazing. Honestly, way better than the WSP. I'm shocked by how well these ski. These things are definitely stiff; they wanna rail; definitely more of a race ski than a trainer (also duh). So stoked to race more on these and even more stoked to slay some spring corn in...
I come to the EVO after two full seasons on the Scarpa Alien. I have skied the EVOs exclusively with the Dynafit PDG skis this season. I know the Aliens don't have the carbon cuff (and they retail for $600 less), so I'm not sure if this is a totally fair comparison, but ... - The EVO skis much, much better than the Alien. I'm shocked by how well a boot this light skis. I'm stoked to get them on fatter skis (Cho Oyu) this spring. - The EVO's ankle articulation is (somehow) way, way better. Way more l...
I haven't ever skied another rando. ski so my review may be somewhat void. But ... I have these set-up with Dynafit Speed Superlites and Scarpa Aliens. I have been skiing these for two months pretty regularly, mostly around the resort, in a fair mix of fresh cord., end-of-the-day cord., chundered off-piste, and a little pow. Overall, these little things do pretty dang well. The little bit of rocker is clutch. On the cord. they rip really well and they are definitely stiff enough to handle the lousy off-pi...
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