Joe Sinkevich

Joe Sinkevich

East Coast skier/boarder

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Joe Sinkevich

Joe Sinkevich wrote a review of on July 14, 2011

5 5

Loaded it up for a solid 12 mile day hike, still don't have it adjusted perfectly but was comfy and fit a lot. Seems to work well. Haven't tried it skiing yet but seems as though it will work well. Great bag for day hikes, definitely could fit weekend stuff in there and even personal traveling.

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Joe Sinkevich wrote a review of on February 17, 2009

5 5

I have these mounted on a set of Line Prophet 100's. I'm impressed by how light they are and the control I get with the ski. The wide toe piece definitely helps out on the Line ski (100 underfoot). I have a DIN set just under 10 or so, so I don't need the Jester with a DIN of 16.

Ski is super responsive, works well with this binding. No complaints so far.

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Joe Sinkevich wrote a review of on February 16, 2009

5 5

Brief overview: East coast skier that skis all mountain, will hit the large kickers in park (no rails), loves spending a day in the trees, not much of a true mogul skier. Also like the ability to crank big turns on groomers/steeps. I'm 6'2" ~205 lbs. Came from 174 K2 PE's, now on the 186cm Prophets (100). First off, they don't feel that much bigger of a ski until I'm in tight trees, then I have to be a big moroe careful. They are very quick to manuever though. Only skied 2 days on them, most were hard-packed/icy groomers, they held up fine, not any worse than my PE's. I was able to get a few spots of fresh snow and I can already tell this is where they will shine. I was impressed by the energy in the ski and the ability to crank turns when going fast. I thought it was quick edge to edge. I felt more confident landing switch as well.

I'm on Marker Griffon bindings (this years model). Overall, I think this ski rocks.

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Joe Sinkevich wrote a question about on January 28, 2009

I'm 6'2'' and ~ 205lb. I ski 174 K2 PE's, a little short I know, but it's working out for my everyday ski. I'm looking to get something bigger and more as an east coast powder ski, but something I could potentially ski everyday> My PE's are getting fixed, and I was in the market anyways for a new ski....Is this ski too much for east coast? I'm not the best on the mountain, but I handle my own. I like skiing trees, so I need the ski to be relatively quick. Would like it to bomb groomers and choppy stuff, and I do some limited stuff in the park. Is this a good fit?Also, should I go the 189?

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