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Nils A

Nils A




6' 3"


170 lbs

Shoe Size

US 12.00

Skier Type

Type III - Aggressive

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As someone who enjoys backcountry skiing, I appreciate how compact and lightweight the shovel is - it fits easily into my backpack without taking up too much space. The shovel feels sturdy and well-built. According to my scale, it weighs in at around 476 grams.
Of all the beacons I researched, the Mammut Barryvox stood out to me due to its 70-meter range and unique, beeping audio tone that accelerates as you move closer to your target. While I haven't had to use the beacon in a real-life scenario, I feel confident and secure with this device by my side
I have found the Marker Alpinist bindings to be an excellent choice for my skiing needs. Notably, they are incredibly lightweight and very easy to get into - although I did need to get used to them a bit at first. I typically use the largest riser, but switch to the middle riser when doing shorter laps. I paired them with the Dynastar M-Tour 99. I also put DPS leashes on them but I would recommend getting the Market leashes as the hole below is small. All in all, I would highly recommend these bindings to a...
Recently I a pair of the Petzl Irvis Hybrid crampons. Overall I'm very pleased with them. For starters, they are quite lightweight, which makes them perfect for fast-paced mountaineering. Despite my larger feet (I wear 29 ski boots), they still fit well with extra adjustment to spare, so you shouldn't have any trouble if you have larger feet too. I was also excited to purchase the accessory that makes them compatible with any shoe. I plan to tackle the Mt Whitney mountaineers route soon with them and trail ...
My experience using the Dynastar M-tour 99 ski has been very positive. Having used it a few times in both the California Sierras and Utah, I can say that the ski's lightweight construction makes it a great choice for uphill travel, while its 99 width allows for easy navigation through powder. I was also impressed by the fact that the ski doesn't feel too light when going fast, which made it great for all-around skiing. Overall, I would recommend this ski to anyone who enjoys backcountry skiing

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