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C Wiseman wrote a review of on February 14, 2012

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I put these on my new BD Drifts and really like them. I am 5'11" 165 and ski very aggressively in and out of bounds. I just got back from a trip to CO where I skied on them in Vail backcountry and then at Breck for 2 days. They have only popped off once when I hit a hidden stash of rocks (ouch!). The lighter weight and easy to switch risers were greatly appreciated on the 3000' ascent up to our hut.

Very good binding, very light, easy to tour with, but also very tough. Highly recommended.

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C Wiseman wrote a question about on January 25, 2012

I am having a tough time deciding between these bindings and the Radical ST for my Black Diamond Drifts. I am 5'11", ski aggressively and was hoping to use them for Backcountry and in bounds (probably 50/50). I do occasionally huck, but never more than 5-8' (and probably less as I get older). However, I am pretty weight conscious, and the ST's carry about a half pound extra per foot. I realize this is somewhat a matter of opinion, but I thought I'd throw it out there and see what people think.

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C Wiseman wrote a question about on January 29, 2009

I am about to mount my Line Prophet 100's with a new pair of Fritschi Diamir Freeride bindings. My Prophets are 186. I am 5'11" weigh 165 and ski very aggressively (but also hope I didnt get skis that are too big for me). I chose this set up because I often ski switch, hit lots of jumps and drops, like to ski steeps, and may eventually use this as a touring set up. My question is: Where should I mount this set up? Ideas?

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C Wiseman wrote a question about on January 29, 2009

I am about to mount my Line Prophet 100's with a new pair of Fritschi Diamir Freeride bindings. My Prophets are 186. I am 5'11" weigh 165 and ski very aggressively (but also hope I didnt get skis that are too big for me). I chose this set up because I often ski switch, hit lots of jumps and drops, like to ski steeps, and may eventually use this as a touring set up. My question is: Where should I mount this set up? Ideas?

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C Wiseman wrote an answer about on January 20, 2009

Of course they are, they are made by line... The 90 is a directional metal cap twin for use all over the mountain but excels in hard snow conditions. The blend is a side wall constuction freestyle/freeride twin aimed at more backcountry/jib/ powder skiing. the blend is fatter and quite a bit softer and has similar dimentions to the prophet 100.

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C Wiseman wrote a review of on November 26, 2007

5 5

I bought the K2 Fujatives as a fun, early season ski to keep my nicer Volkl's safe from the rocks in November. This was my first park ski and I absolutely love them. I bought them a little shorter (169 cm) than I would normally (177 cm) and enjoy the added freedom. Have been learning some park tricks and ski backwards regularly now. I may be reluctant to switch back to my Volkl's once there is enough snow on the ground! You cannot find a better ski for this price. Period. Even if you already own a pair of skis, these are a worthwhile investment. Highly recommended

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