Skimo Co
Not Will McD

Not Will McD




6' 0"


180 lbs

Shoe Size

US 10.50

Skier Type

Type III - Aggressive

Ski Frequency:

25 - 50 days / year


My Skiing

Fast and light stubborn Telemark skier. Prefer technical skiing in steeps and trees. Skimo Co employee since Dec. 2019

My Gear

Scarpa F3 (yes the ones from 15yrs ago)
Olympus Mountain Gear TTS Binding
Atomic Backland UL 85

Maestrale TRX Telemark Frankenboots
Volkl Rise Beyond 98 skis
22Designs Lynx telemark binding

Recent Posts

Hi Justin, The Blizzard 0G's have a stiffer flex than the Alp Tracks which have a softer tip to help with float. The Zero G's are hard-chargers that excel at volcano skiing and spring mountaineering while the Alp Tracks are more of a jack-of-all-trades, though they will be less stable at higher speeds. Either ski should pair well with the F1 LT category of boots, though the Blizzards are more likely to get away from you if you falter keeping them reined and controlled; however, when adequately driven, they ...
Hey Ada, we have not yet received the Mezzalamas, but they are similar to the new DNA which has a carbon upper cuff and the same lowers. We have had the chance to try the DNA on. The Mezzalama is more targeted to the racer and speed tourers who use sub 80mm waisted skis whereas the Alien RS could confidently ski skis up to 100mm underfoot. It does share similar features but will be a very different boot and less robust.
Hi Liming. The Superlight 2 plate's mounting pattern is 36mm wide and 76mm long.
Hi Fedor, The ski/walk lever is screwed onto the boot with a small shim above it. To decrease the forward lean, you would take the lever off and reattach it with the shim below the lever base.
Hi Aurora, The ST/FT 1.0 Heel Baseplate is indeed the part, but unfortunately, we don't have any used baseplates and are not expecting more. You can get a new baseplate from here; the Radical ST 1.0 brakes will be compatible with your Radical FT heel turret.

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