|Shoe Size:||US 11.00|
|Skier Type:||Type III+ - Expert|
|Ski Frequency:||25 - 50 days / year|
Backcountry skiing only. Springtime ski mountaineering.
DPS, G3 and Liberty skis. Dynafit bindings. Dynafit Hojis and TLT8 Expeditions.
Another great ski from DPS. Floats on powder, handles the crud and is ridiculously light for a 112. Paired with Dynafit Superlite 150s, DPS Skins and Dynafit TLT8s. These skis turn and skin great. Had a blast up on Molas Pass the other day. Windblown up top down to deep powder in the trees. No problem....
I like them so far. Haven’t used them yet. Super lightweight. Seem to be pretty solid for aluminum. We’ll se how they hold up. I was able to install the hardware on the boot sole pretty quickly and without any hangups. I wouldn’t attempt it if your not mechanical though. Wish they sold extra mounting parts for the boot sole though. Not very practical if you have more than one pair of Dynafits...
Really happy with the quality. Where can I get another set of the boot sole adapters though?
Ridiculous Price? Yes Ridiculous Ski? YES! These are awesome. Put some Dynafit Superlite bindings w/o brakes and they are light! They are smooth in the skintrack. Added the binding adjustment plate on them so I can wear my Hojis or my TLT7s. I had a blast with them on my first day out at Berthoud Pass. They float through the powder like surf boards. Turn on a dime. Did good in crusty wind blown junk. Haven’t been on any hardpack or ice with them yet. Definitely the best touring setup I’ve owned.