Brad Wegman

Brad Wegman

Adirondacks,Vermont,Finger Lakes,Utah,Wyoming

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Bradley's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking
Paddling
Snowshoeing
Skiing
Climbing

Bradley's Bio

I spend as much time as possible in the Adirondacks, skiing, hiking and climbing with family and friends. Over the years, have also met some outstanding friends out west in Wyoming and Utah that will be ski partners for life. Love to get steep and deep, and Apres ski with friends.

Brad Wegman

Brad Wegman wrote a review of on September 13, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Just replaced several year old Pulse. The features, size, ease of use, marketing of Black Diamond will surely make this the new standard. The harness is also very nice. Watch for it on sale, I picked it up for $299' no brainer. General impression is I like it better than the Pulse.

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Brad Wegman wrote an answer about on September 23, 2013

172 will be too short. If you are an expert you should be on the 184 at least. It can't be emphasized enough how short these ski. I'm 5'7 46 years old and just bought the 190. My 178's are for sale on TGR. Way too short. Remember, the mount is also more centered. To be honest I think you should look at the SICKDAY 95 or 110 given the type of skiing you do. More of a traditional directional ski that you may be used to.

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Brad Wegman wrote an answer about on January 7, 2013

I agree with Dick. You already have the...

I agree with Dick. You already have the Bent Chetler's, The Line Influence would be perfect for what you are looking for. I use the Prophets when too hard for SFB. The influence is along the same line and rips the crud groomers ect..

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Brad Wegman wrote a review of on January 2, 2013

Very Nice
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Mounted to Line Sir Francis Bacon. I don't know what people are talking about they say there is no flat option for touring. In the lowest position it's pretty darn flat. Can't notice any rise really. I think this is the new leader in the pack when it comes to this type of AT binding. Not having to remove skis to switch to tour mode seals the deal for me. Salomon nailed it, BOMBER! Better stride for touring as well.

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Brad Wegman wrote a review of on November 23, 2012

GREAT CHOICE FOR SIDE/SLACK COUNTRY
5 5

I love this pack. It's my first Deuter and the quality is impressive. I returned a Millet Steep 22 because a normal size shovel did not fit. The freeride pro is the perfect size and holds standard size shovel. Helmet carry is also a great added feature. no complaints about this pack at all. A wise choice for those who ski in the back country.

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