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Robin Abeles

Robin Abeles

The Wasatch Front, The Rockies, The Andes, and beyond.

Robin's Bio

I am a musical skier. I work currently at Backcountry.com and write and compose music inspired by my experiences in life and nature. I also write telemark and backcountry gear reviews for the most honest and intelligent long form review website on the web: Blistergearreveiw.com. I love to climb, sleep outside, bike, and fish, and live life knowing that we don't get our time back, but we can get a lot out of our time.

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Robin Abeles wrote an answer about on October 23, 2011

The NTN is much more powerful and accurate. The binding is more secure and your contact point with the ski/edge is under the ball of your foot rather than right behind your toe. Its an uplevel for sure.

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