Type III+ - Expert
50 - 99 days / year
Skis: Movement Alp Tracks 95
Boots: Scarpa F1
Bindings: Ski Trab Titan Vario.2
Hi Dan, The current listed weight is specified by the manufacturer. We have yet to get our hands on a pair for some in house verification!
Hi Galen, Yes, the 130mm Radical ST brakes will be the best option for skis with a waist width of 118mm. Generally, brakes can be stretched up to 6mm to accommodate a wider ski. However, 18mm will be far too much for the 100mm Radical ST brakes.
Hi Akhil We typically size skins based on the tail width of skis, as very little traction comes from the tip of your ski, especially on a rockered ski like the Soul 7. I would recommend the 120mm width of Climb Pro S-Glide, as you will have full coverage underfoot, as well as mostly full coverage in the tail with 1mm of base material visible on each side. If you want the assurance of full coverage with the accompanied weight penalty, go for the 140mm!
Hi Mike, Brake width depends on the waist width of your skis! The closer the brake width to the waist width of your ski, the more ideal the fit. However, brakes that are too narrow can be stretched to the correct width by up to 6mm depending on the brand. Additionally, brakes that are significantly wider than your ski may catch when you roll your skis on edge. reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can chat brakes for your set up!
Hi Kyle, Compared with the Scarpa F1 LT, the Dalbello Quantum Free Asolo Factory 130 has a stiffer cuff, which will translate to more power on the way down. Also, the Asolo Factory 130 has a higher volume fit than the F1 LT. It has a wider toe box and higher instep. However, it is pretty snug in the midfoot, and using a broader comparison, is still on the narrow side of the touring boot spectrum.
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