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5' 7"


145 lbs

Shoe Size

US 8.50

Skier Type

Type II - Moderate

Ski Frequency:

25 - 50 days / year

My Skiing

Type 1.5 Skier, still learning how to ski deep snow but I love race skis from Nordic background
Not necessarily a weight weenie, just a weenie.

Skimo Co. staffer since October 2019!

My Gear


Race - Atomic UL 65 161, Superlite 150, Scarpa F1LT 25.0
Tour - Elan Ripstick 88's 158, Hagan Pinup Evo 8, Scarpa F1LT 25.0
Powder/'Resort' - Faction Mini 164, ATK RT 10 EVO, Tecnica Pro Tour 24.5

Recent Posts

Hi Barbara, Just to double-check, could you grab some calipers and measure the actually diameter of the pole where that pole basket would otherwise attach to? Just so we can try and scour for exact measurements?
Hi Dan, I'd recommend H2 for hardness and sizing the 193cm.
Hi Blake, Just blinded myself testing this with a coworker so I know what you mean; Reactive setting (with just pushing the button, then you can toggle through the settings) will be the higher lumens but only 1x bulb is active (spot beam). If you press and hold the button, that will turn on the non-reactive setting, but both bulbs will be active (wide angle). The non-reactive setting with both bulbs active is not going to be the stronger in lumens, it is less than 900.
Hi Jason, As of today, unsure, I will say if the 103mm stated last for the Radical Pro feels too narrow, there is quite a bit of modification we can do around the toe box because of the thicker materials. We do have the TLT X extra wide at a stated 107mm last, and it is wider throughout the boot, not just the toe box. Some modifications can be done as well but the grilamid is thinner. That might be an option for you if you're looking for a touring boot that's not as beefy like the Radical Pro.
Hi Lucy, Profile wise, it's very similar, but in its construction the 85UL is lighter and carries less weight in the pair of skis than the regular 85W's. They both use the ultralight wood core construction, but all the special nooks and crannies of the inside makes the 85UL more similar to the 65UL race skis in its weight while trying to give it its float and stability comparable to the women's 85.

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