Skimo Co





5' 7"


135 lbs

Shoe Size

US 8.00

Skier Type

Type II - Moderate

Ski Frequency:

10 - 24 days / year

My Skiing

Type 1.5 skier - Almost exclusively nordic background - skis with edges are a new experience, but I know how to keep my balance on toothpicks.

Not necessarily a weight weenie, just a weenie.

Skimo Co. staffer since October 2019!

My Gear

Atomic UL 65 161, Scarpa F1 LT 25.0, Superlite 150

Demo Favorite (for the moment): Voile V6 163 w/ Dynafit ST Rotation

Recent Posts

Hi Kate, Yes! The Palau Power LT is our best replacement option for the Technica Zero G liner, and if you ever need to experiment with volume in the future, our other alternative for those boots is the Intuition Pro Tour liners.
Hi Tom, We are not aware of an after-market part for sale avaliable, and this is a little tricky because we don't know the precise thread and dimensions of the pivot/hardware for that boot without effectively destroying a new boot, and this might void a warranty you might be applicable for if you did it on your own. I would recommend reaching out directly to the manufacturer with proof of purchase or from where you purchased your Zero G's originally! They can help you explore your options.
Hi Hillary, We're the same height! I'd recommend a 125cm; if you're standing and your elbow is at 90 degrees with a comfortable grip on the pole, that's what I would recommend!
I would take a look at the Plum Binding Grease. Let us know if that works out for you!
As a lightweight, 'stiffer' race top, I think this jacket offers more than advertised; it is a race top so it's great for days where you might even be shedding down to your base layer, but also helps keep your heat close to your chest on the climb up. It's definitely been constructed in mind for stretching and layering if you want the 'race top' versatility and lightness but without all the glam the 'spandex/elastic' look offers. It helps break some wind off your chest on the climb and helps keep your back...

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