Lukas Duddleston

Lukas Duddleston

Tyrol Basin in Wisconsin and the Melchsee Frutt in Switzerland

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Snowboarding
Road Cycling
Alpine Skiing

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Lukas Duddleston

Lukas Duddleston wrote an answer about on November 26, 2011

I got a pair of marker jesters on my czar's i bought last year. STH also good recommendation....just remember the binds gotta fit the fat underfoot. Most stock brakes are around 70 or 80 mm and these skis are 111mm underfoot!

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Lukas Duddleston wrote an answer about on November 28, 2009

It really depends on what you are planning to use the skis for...If you are going to use the skis for touring, get the Dukes because they are touring bindings. If you are not going to go touring get the Jesters. The specs on both bindings are almost the same, but the dukes are heavier because the of the touring stuff. But either way those are both great bindings. Hope that helps and have a blast on the Seths this winter.

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Lukas Duddleston wrote an answer about on November 24, 2009

The DIN might a bit low...but that really depends on your weight and how hard you charge. Also make sure you can get brakes that are wide enough to fit the JJs since they are a little wider than the average ski.

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Lukas Duddleston wrote an answer about on November 22, 2009

Depends on what you are gonna use them for. If you are gonna use them in the powder a lot I would go with the 179s for sure. But if you want to get a good discount, maybe go with a different ski and get the right size.

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Lukas Duddleston wrote an answer about on November 11, 2009

I personally love the marker royal family in particular the marker griffons(DIN 12) are great and if you need a higher DIN go with the Jesters(16DIN) but exteremly similar to the griffons.

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Lukas Duddleston wrote an answer about on November 11, 2009

The big question is will this be the only ski he uses...I would get these skis(elizabeths) if its the only ski he will be using since the underfoot is 110mm...however, if he will be using these new skis as powder skis get the sir francis bacons because they are more specialized for powder. Either way it should be a great ski...i have friends with both and love them. Also for bindings I would recommend either the marker griffons or jesters.

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Lukas Duddleston wrote an answer about on November 9, 2009

They prolly wont be very warm. Considering they are pipe gloves. The are a low profile design so they most likely have 0 insulation. So unless your hands are naturally warm i would not say these will keep you warm in anything below 15-20ish degrees .

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