Height:5' 10"
Weight:155 lbs
Shoe Size:US 9.50
Skier Type:Type III - Aggressive
Ski Frequency:50 - 99 days / year
My Skiing

Grew up in the northeast, now living in SLC, spending winters touring in the Wasatch and the west in general.

My Gear

* Fischer Carbon Travers

* Ski Trab Sintesi 171cm + Dynafit Speed Superlite
* Movement Response-X 177cm + Ski Trab Gara Titan
* Down Countdown 102L 179cm + Dynafit Speed Rad toes / Kreuzspitze SCTT heels
* G3 Manhattan 180cm + Dynafit Radical ST

* CAMP gloves (G Comp Warm, G Hot Dry)
* Julbo Treks
* Cotopaxi Cayambe pack
* UD Skimo 18 pack
* Dynafit Patrol GTX jacket
* Utah Skimo race suit

Recent Posts

Not related to this product, but I think at one point there was a tiny transmit-only beacon... is this product still sold anywhere? Guessing the ISMF rules changed, but I was thinking it would be some peace of mind to put on my dog.
Not an employee, but I demoed the 27.5 TLT7P and it fit me very differently than my 27.5 Fischer Travers Carbon. My toes were bunched up against the TLT7P toebox, whereas they're perfect in the Travers. The entire forefoot area of the TLT7P was quite wide compared to the Travers, imo. If the TLT7P fits you well, I'd be wary of the Travers, and vice versa!
Is there a difference between the all black ones and the previous year's black/silver?
I've used my Corsa Nanotech twice now, and I'm extremely happy with it. Ultralight, light enough to genuinely not notice it on your pack, and meaty enough to feel secure climbing steep, complex terrain. The pick is sharp, the plug keeps snow out of the spike, the shaft curvature is nice if you're gripping the axe just under the head climbing on "all fours" (say with a whippet in the other hand) as it gives you a small break from getting your hand wet. For the weight it's hard NOT to bring it if you think th...
Is this basically the new version of the Skimo 28, or is this an altogether different pack?


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