Type III+ - Expert
I've used these a few times so far putting about 20k feet of vertical on them. With the matching mohair skins they climb and glide great. For the down we've some classic northwest Cascade concrete, a few inches of pow on ice and rain on groomed snow. They've handled everything pretty well. The relatively wide tips help soak up a lot without any chatter. They definitely reward good technique. They will be an ideal spring tour ski if the sun ever comes out and it stops raining. I'm 6'6 and 205 and am skiing a...
I put 10k feet on these the first two days. One day with the stock liners and one day with replacements. The stock liners are a bit short at the tongue so they slip below the hard tongue and they are too soft so I found getting them tight enough without crushing your foot is tricky. I put some Palau liners I had from another set of boots in and they were 10x better.