Skimo Co
Marshall P

Marshall P




6' 1"


195 lbs

Shoe Size

US 11.50

Skier Type

Type III - Aggressive

Ski Frequency:

50 - 99 days / year

My Skiing

I enjoy skiing everything from low angle to 50 degree chutes, but I’m not a speed demon. I’m keenly aware that tomahawking down a manky couloir can end a season or two so I try to stay controlled (Warren Miller will not be using my footage), but I still seek out challenging terrain. I put in longer days (10+ miles and 5,000+ft) so weight matters, but surviving matter more.

My Gear

Dynafit Radical Pro, Helio 95 (183 cm) with Helio 180 bindings, Voile Hyper V8 with ATK raider 12 bindings.

Recent Posts

There's not too much to say about these really. They are pre cut exactly for the ski I had (Free 97) which was very nice. I enjoy the tip slot. If I had cut them myself, I'd probably have removed some more material, but that tiny inconvenience is far 'outweighed' by the perfect fit and no cut induced frilling. All in all, they find a great balance between glide, grip, durability, and packability. And they have amazing glue. If you have a ski that these fit, and you need skins, then it's an easy choice in my...
I got these skins for my Voile V8s, mostly because I was looking for something packable that grip enough for powder days. These skis certainly delivered on the packability, and they more than hold up to any sort snow! I absolutely love these skins, the material is thin but apparently very durable. They pack smaller than my Voile skins (also made by pomoca) cut to a 95mm waisted ski (for comparison, my V8s have a 115mm waist). I really have to search for something objectively negative to say. The only potent...
Thank you to Emily for your review! As a result, I finally took the plunge and picked up a pair of these (186cm) as my first dedicated powder skis late last winter. Since then they have become my dedicated go-to for most conditions in South-Central Alaska. These things carve ridiculously well for being magically light and 115 underfoot. They will hold a hard carve as long as you want and the tail will smear out easily when you ask it to. Intuitive is the best word that comes to mind regarding how these perf...
To explain the question, I'm actually looking for heavier/damper touring ski to handle all the wind hammered steep skiing that my local range offers. So I'm secretly hoping that your weights are correct!

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