|Skier Type:||Type II - Moderate|
|Ski Frequency:||50 - 99 days / year|
Brian, thanks for reaching out. Looks like it won't be until the fall that we get our hands on these again. There are likely some other options for you depending on the binding you have. Check out this great spreadsheet our Teddy painstakingly put together and see if there's something compatible.
Ben, thanks for reaching out. The Zero G 95 would be more than adequate for your intended purpose. It would also allow you to break out of the resort and have a great all-around touring ski. If you wanted a ski for just resort uphilling I'd probably go with something a bit narrower like the Dynafit Blacklight 74 or the Atomic Backland UL 78.
Thanks for the question, Nick. You'll be using the 100mm brake on that particular ski. Also, you'll be using 100mm crampons should you be in the market for those as well.
Thanks for the question, Jim. For volcanos, I'd recommend the 151cm length. It will make for better kick turns, easier turn initiation, and a bit lighter for those long carries. I would suggest treading lightly in the resort with such a light ski.
George, thanks for reaching out. I measured several sizes and there is about 2mm of wiggle room. The 110mm crampon I measured came out to 111mm. Hope that helps.
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