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Dex Mills

Dex Mills

I Frolic in the woods of Little Cottonwood Canyon with Unicorns!

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Still Bummin after 27 years

Dex Mills

Dex Mills wrote an answer about on November 20, 2012

So the 110mm will fit with a little bending of the brake, which any shop will do or you can do it yourself with a broken pole. The 130 would be a little wide and would work but if you are leaning the skis over edge to edge there is a possibly for them to catch.

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Dex Mills

Dex Mills wrote a review of on November 20, 2012

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I got on this ski late march/early April at Alta and I was pleasantly surprised with how well it skiied. It does tend to track a little different than any ski I have been on but that issue went away after one run. It railed turns well and chowed thru crud like no ones business. The combo rocker camber what cha ma call it made buttering everything a blast. To put it best this is a one quiver ski for a jib type kid in a snowy playground ski resort

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Dex Mills

Dex Mills wrote an answer about on November 20, 2012

The tint is pretty dark in all of these but any tint will help on low light days. You can refer to this website for a detailed description.
http://www.pocsports.com/en/content/view/protective-concepts#Optical%20Concepts for the lenses

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Dex Mills

Dex Mills wrote a review of on November 18, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got it because I have a huge melon with some weird lumps, which in the past has caused issues with head protection. The mirco adjustments make it fit like a glove and I haven't looked back and worn it everyday since I got it

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Dex Mills

Dex Mills wrote an answer about on November 6, 2012

I am a little heavier than you and I ride the 189 exclusively at Alta and Snowbird. With the early rise in the tip and tail they are super nimble but at the same time super stable at high speeds. I would only go with the 182 if you were planning on spinning and weigth was a factor

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Dex Mills

Dex Mills wrote an answer about on November 6, 2012

So it really depends on where and what style of skiing you are planning on doing. When I ski the bird exclusively and I am charging big turns and have time to stop I would hop on the 96's, but if I am ripping the tight trees of Alta or little billy goat lines the 186 will work perfectly

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Dex Mills

Dex Mills wrote a review of on November 5, 2012

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

So I have had the pleasure of skiing these badboys all last season. They stayed on during the big hucks that occurred during that week of snow in LCC. At the midway point last season I moved them to my Renagades with a MFD plate and skiing them just as hard with no problems. In all Reality that setup ended up weighing less that a Dynastar Cham 128 with only Look Pivot 18. The only problem that I had with these binders was that the front hinge on the toe piece came off after two days but in all seriousness that is only cosmetic and has no real effect on the binders staying on my feet when they wanted to.

TL;DNR version: Stayed on when I wanted them to, easily cosmetically damaged.

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