|Shoe Size:||US 9.00|
|Skier Type:||Type II - Moderate|
|Ski Frequency:||25 - 50 days / year|
Followed Jonathan's lead and just girth-hitched the leash to my Dynafit Superlight 2.0. Leashes seem solid and secure, but come with the added benefit of a break-away link. Dynafit leashes are too short in my book, B&D are very long and have to loop around you cuff if you don't want them to wag around as you ski. The ATK leashes are very light, with just the right amount of length and stretch. Not sure what you'd need to do to make a better leash. Seems like these are pretty well dialed in my book.
BTW - The Zebra Light Red lens is in the goggles listed as "Zebra Light, Black"
As an update to my previous review, I have just added a pair of the Zebra Light Red lens goggles to my assortment, and am incredibly happy with the results - they are the perfect compliment to the standard Zebra lenses and have completely taken care of my issue with flat, diffused light. I skied these a week ago when it was gray and snowing, but with sunlight behind the haze that was making things very difficult driving to the mountain, but as soon as I got out, geared up and put on the ZL Red goggles, thin...
I'm looking for a new pair of skins for my Sportiva RST 2.0 (167) for the coming season. Considering these and the Contour Guide Mohair. Hoping you can compare and contrast the weight/bulk/grip/glide of these two sets for me. Thanks.
This is a pretty-much perfect product. I was designing some ski packs and talking with Eric Carter about those packs and all kinds of other SkiMo gear. As we geeked out, he talked about binding ramp angles and boot ramp angles and I became fascinated - it was something I hadn't thought much about, but coming from a running background where I am very specific about the ramp of my shoes, it made a lot of sense. Before mounting up my new Movement Shift skis with some Speed Radicals I read the Wildsnow artic...
Showing 1 to 5 of 19