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Skimo Co





6' 3"


190 lbs

Shoe Size

US 11.50

Skier Type

Type III - Aggressive

Ski Frequency:

50 - 99 days / year

Recent Posts

I've toured about 30k on these bindings, and my wife has used them for the past couple of years. The shifts are a revolution in the freeride/resort touring binding category. A lot of dedicated ski tourers like to give shifts a hard time, but they work extremely well for many use cases. If you have never toured on a frame binding (marker duke/baron, guardian, etc) then you may never know just how great the shift is. Frame bindings in comparison are heavier, place that extra weight on your foot, and place t...
This is a touring helmet that wears like a true ski helmet, but weighs close to a climbing helmet. It occupies a sweet spot between protection and light weight. I alternate between this helmet and a black diamond vector helmet for all of my skiing needs. For most winter days, I reach for this helmet because it has better coverage and fits better with most ski goggles. The weight penalty is small, but note that it takes up a bit more pack space. For spring skiing and skimo racing, I will still reach for a c...
This is a really nice rendition of the dynafit ski crampon. They are a bit lighter and stow easier compared to the dynafits crampons. They have a bit of flare to crampon points which enhances the traction a bit. I think they are worth the slight cost increase compared to the dynafits.
I'm addicted to these skins. This season I've been regularly using 3 pairs of pomoca free pro 2.0 skins, and for me, they are some of the best all around climbing skins I have used. In the past I have used a lot of G3, Black Diamond, Contour, and Colltex skins in a variety of nylon/mix/pure mohair. The highlights of these skins compared to the rest: 1. Lightweight backing (by far the lightest skins I have used) 2. Durable - 40 days of use and so far no issues with the glue, plush, or backing. 3. Goldilocks...
How do these boots compare to the La Sportiva Skorpius?

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