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Doug

Doug

Colorado, Orgon, Nor Cal, J Tree, Shasta...

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Freshies!!! Road Trips, Hikes, the smell of open fire breakfasts, but usually my dog!

Doug

Dougwrote a review of on February 17, 2009

4 5

Granted in temps below zero on the hill above 12,000 feet I'd opt for the 2, for any other time outdoors being active these are great for me. I actually like the gappping fly referred to earlier because it makes it easy to get out so to speak. When other guys are struggling in the lodge bathroom, your not. I would like a bit more cuff on the ankles but all in all I really appreciate this basee layer!

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Dougwrote a question about on January 28, 2009

I'd been looking at the Rossi Koopman, Saloman Czar, & Obsethed but after a day skiing with a buddy sporting Hellbents I'm thinking of going fatter. I'm looking for a backcountry/resort bowls/touring setup and am planning on matching thses with marker barons. I weigh 150 and am 6', currently have head mojo 90 at 183cm and love them but want alot more float!

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Dougwrote a question about on January 28, 2009

Funny I was leaning toward the czar. What don't you like? too Soft, too light for crud/ not enough float? Why do you like the K2? what/where are you skiing? Finally what kind of skier are you? I'm 6' 150#'s and enjoy steep technical terrain and spend lots of time in the trees and bumps between major dumps. i already have a Mojo 90 and a monster 77 for crusiers and hardpack bumps, now I want a powder/touring ski that can still provide a good time getting back to the front side of the resorts.

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