Height:5' 9"
Weight:135 lbs
Shoe Size:US 9.00
Skier Type:Type III - Aggressive
Ski Frequency:25 - 50 days / year
My Skiing

Alpine skiing for 20 years, Nordic ski racing for 10, AT skiing for very few. I like going fast up and down; hopefully this lends itself to big traverses and quick volcano summits. We'll see.

My Gear

Dynafit TLT6P boots

Fat skis:
4FRNT Hojis, Radical ST 2.0 (with inserts), BD Glidelite skins
Dynafit Huascaran, Radical ST 2.0 (with inserts), pre-cut Speedskins

Skinny skis:
10-year-old Dynastar Altitrail Vertical, Tourlite Techs (yes, the proto-Speed Turns), cheapo Montana nylon skins
Similar vintage Hagan Tour Carbon, Silvretta 404, ancient ABC mohair skins

Recent Posts

Are the toes the same for the black and white versions of the Superlite 2.0?
So is the consensus that this pack is not going to fit larger shovels and probes? Interested in a pack like this, but don't really want to buy a new shovel and probe given that I probably won't race that often. Currently have a BCA 270cm probe and B-1 shovel. I have an Ultimate Direction running vest in size S/M...sounds like S/M in this is a bit small for big shovels/probes.
I bought some 6.4mm shims for Dynafit Radical ST 2.0s, which I currently have mounted with Binding Freedom inserts. Any ideas for where to get longer screws for those? Doesn't look like BF makes 20mm Pozi Smallhead screws, which is what I would need (I think) if I bought from them.
I have some old Dynastar Altitrail Verticals (170cm by 103/75/92) that I'm mounting old Tourlite Techs to for a cheap skinny ski for big days. Right now they have Montana all-nylon skins, which have atrocious glide. They do have holes in the tips, but not the tails. The hole in the tip is probably 2cm in diameter. So: do you think I could use the RST 2.0 167 skins with this ski, either by (a) drilling a second hole in the tail for the tail attachment, or (b) using a different tail attachment? The Monta...

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