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OPDwrote a review of on January 26, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have 29 days of skiing on this boot so far this season and I have loved to boots for every single one of those days. Last year I was skiing in nordica speedmachine 110 boots which I really liked but this boot is much more comfortable and just as warm. I feel like the power transfer to the ski is much better and it will still turn my big powerful powder skis as well as my heavy world cup skis. I actually trained with the local ski team on Friday and had more fun running slalom gates in this boot than I ever did in my world cup boots when I use to race. All in all I have to say that I love the boot and am interested to see how many days I can get out of it before it starts to break down.

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OPDwrote a review of on February 4, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Ok, so here's the deal, I'm from Utah and have a quiver of skis. I think I have six pairs of skis and that's if I don't steal one of the eleven pairs of skis that my brother has and to be honest on any given day I would rather put this ski in the car and not have to worry about what the conditions will be like. This ski can carve, it can float, it can kill the crud and at the end of the day after skiing all of the conditions that a mountain can have, you will still love the ski. I've had powder skis and they are only fun in the powder, I've skied World Cup skis and they are only fun on the groomers, and I've skied all mountain skis and this is a all mountain ski like none that you have ever seen. I felt like I was cranking out slalom turns on the groomers. It floats better than most of the old powder skis that I have and it charges in the crud. My only complaint was that the tip flaps around a bit, but over all I think I can handle the tip flap for how good this ski does everywhere on the mountain.

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