Chad Cordell

Chad Cordell

Utah

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Chad's Bio

I live for skiing in the winter and biking in the summer.

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Chad Cordell

Chad Cordell wrote a review of on April 18, 2010

5 5

These skis charge. It reminds me of the B-Squad, but wider and with an early rise tip, which makes it easier to maneuver. This is still a stiff, burly ski that demands you to stay on your game and not get lazy. The sandwich construction with vertical sidewalls along with a square tail makes them work in all conditions. If you want a fat race ski, this is for you.

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Chad Cordell wrote a review of on April 17, 2010

5 5

This beacon is very easy to use. I feel confident having it with me in the backcountry and often wear it on deep days at the resort. The display and signal lights are very accurate and easy to read. The harness works great and I often forget that I have it on. If you are just getting started with backcountry travel this is a great beacon to learn with. Remember to practice regularly to keep your skills sharp.

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Chad Cordell

Chad Cordell wrote a review of on April 15, 2010

4 5

This is a great pack for sidecountry and backcountry day trips. It is small and compact which forces you to only bring the essentials. I can fit a shovel, probe, saw, bladder, trekkers, skins, food, and an extra layer with room to spare. The ski carry system is awesome and holds skis with a 120mm waist easily. The avy pocket is great and makes getting to your gear quick and easy. I did have a problem once with the pack coming unzipped, but this was my fault since I left the zipper pulls at the top. After moving them to the side this has yet to happen again. I am very pleased with this pack and will be using it for many years.

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Chad Cordell wrote a review of on April 11, 2010

4 5

I have skied in these pants for the past season and have been very pleased. They are a great economical pant that you don't have to worry about destroying while flying through the trees. The material is very burly and they have a lot of pockets. My only complaint is that they need to have scuff guards at the inner ankle to prevent wear and tear from ski edges.

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Chad Cordell wrote a review of on April 11, 2010

5 5

I stocked up on these bindings when they stopped making them a few years ago and am psyched to see their return. These never pre-release and the turntable heel is the best design out there. It is also nice that they come with wide brakes, so no more bending. Step into these bindings and ski with confidence.

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Chad Cordell

Chad Cordell wrote a review of on April 11, 2010

5 5

These skis rule. They can do pretty much anything from pow to crud to hardpack. I ski them almost everyday at Snowbird and they have never disappointed. The shape is unbeatable and the layer of metal will give you confidence to charge down anything. The S7 will change the way you ski and look at terrain.

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