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Anonymous wrote a review of on December 28, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is my second pair and BD has made some good changes with the boiled wool on the back of your hand and the shell seems heavier too. Love the removable liner. On tough uphill treks I remove the liner and wear the shell and light liner as the gloves get too warm. Not as warm as a mitten but pretty close on all but the coldest days.The sizing runs on the small side so go up at least one size

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Anonymous wrote an answer about on January 13, 2010

I'm an East Coast skier also. These are very different skis. I ski the World Piste, Havoc and Verdict and just bought the RT86 after a demo to replace the World Piste in my quiver. RT is light, easy to initiate, very quick turning and easy to ride. The havoc is a bit stiffer, longer turn radius and a ski you need to be on top of. If you're aggressive you'll love the Havoc but it takes some energy to ride. I thought the RT 86 was a perfect East Coast on piste ski that you easily can take off piste. I think the new Havocs are wood core and the RT's are foam. Havocs will stand up better if thats true. When I go West I ride the Verdicts to get that extra float in the pow. Skins should work OK the same on both

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