Skimo Co





6' 0"


175 lbs

Shoe Size

US 13.00

Skier Type

Type II - Moderate

Ski Frequency:

50 - 99 days / year

My Skiing

1st year skier (2022). Mostly low angle backcountry.

My Gear

Voile Ultravector 96. Scarpa F1 GT. Dynafit Superlite 150.

Recent Posts

These checked these boxes for me: - More metal, less plastic - Release ~8 - Brake and ski crampon compatible with a flat mode but not necessarily at the same time. The optional brakes go up front on these. - Light! I find the rear flap to expose the heel pins a little difficult to open when transitioning without coming out of the skis, but this means that it doesn't flap around when skinning. There's also not a lot of binding to get leverage from if spinning the binding from flat mode to using a riser...
I bought the Objectives after enjoying the similarly shaped but wider and heavier Ultravectors. I picked up the Objectives for resort uphilling , spring skiing, and traverses, but I'm impressed at how they feel in Eastern Sierra winter conditions, too, especially in between storm cycles. They make the resort ski down fun and less of a pure fitness quest. Given the rocker on and a little flex from both ends, I would be hesitant to get into some truly steep terrain, but I don't ski anything beyond the ~40 de...
I chose these boots after consulting with the crew through a bootfitting request. Given my low volume foot and problem with having too much instep room, we settled on the Scarpa F1 GT/LT line. I'm a fairly new skier and never having a perfectly fitting boot, I was concerned about not being able to punch the LT's in case of a tight toe. I was also intimidated by the flex pattern on the LT's. The fit was nearly perfect. I use them with Voile Objectives and Ultravectors. They drive the Objectives ...

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