Wasatch Mtns-Winter & Summer, BC Coast-Summer, originally from Vermont
Yes. These wil work with a recent vintage (last 5 years) SNS Profil binding.
Deb, Salomon rep here. If Backcountry is out, you may have to hunt. Salomon is also out for the year in the 4.5UK.
Largest is 30.0.
Leon, Outside seat area dimensions are 48x48cm(19"x19"). Actual seat fabric is 48x29cm(19"x11"). 53cm is the height.
Both 120 & 130 will be back in stock toward the end of January.
Bindings: Find the boot that fits your foot first, then get the binding that matches. There are differences in the binding systems and the SNS is a bit more stable with 2 connection points to the ski, but the most important factor is getting a good boot fit.
Skis: Buy the best model you can afford. You will only thank yourself later. Follow the manufacturer's recommendation for length. At 75kg, you will likely be around a 190cm depending on the company.
The binding will technically work with the Escape 7 Pilot, but it won't work "right". The skate binding has a stiffer flex than the classic. This will inhibit correct classic technique and keep you from getting the grip section of the ski to engage the snow.
Hi Drew, At your height/weight I would lean toward the 196. There is @ 50cm of tip rocker, so it will feel like a shorter ski. The decision also hinges on how you ski. Are you charging hard? Prefer higher speeds? Go with the 196. Not so aggro, go 186. Hope this helps.
Hi zegakster: Dynafit rep here. The last shape has changed slightly (@1-2mm wider in forefoot), but you will likely be in the same mondopoint size.
They should work fine. You only have 7mm (likely less) of overhang on each side.
Hi Erik, These are great touring skis for groomed or skier-packed trails. Don't worry that they are too long. A traditional length ski for your weight would be 205-210cm. The shorter length will make them easier to handle. The weight chart on this page doesn't include these skis. The official range is 180-210+. Since you are at the top of the range, you will get more grip (great for the uphills) and a little less glide. Hope this helps. Enjoy!
Production versions have the combo allen/flathead system. This is what Backcountry has in inventory.
Tom, The last on the One is a bit wider(@2mm), with more volume. The flex is pretty similar (@100-110). The One's tour ability is a whole 'nother world. Enjoy!
The One/Vulcan/Mercury last runs wider than the the Zzero last by 2-3mm, officially 104mm. They are not the widest boot on the market, but are similar to the Scarpa Maestrale. This is a solid boot, approx. 110-120 flex. If you are looking for more beef, try the Mercury or Vulcan. Hope this helps.
Gareth: The smallest size for the One-PX Mens is 25.0. The One-PX Womens is available at Backcountry in 24.5. http://www.backcountry.com/dynafit-one-px-tf-alpine-touring-boot-womens
Travis: You may want to measure the width at approx where the brake crosses the ski. It is likely wider than the quoted width. If it is 102mm, you can use the 100mm brake as you only need 1mm extra width per side (very slight bending). Any wider and you should use the 110mm.
There are a few differences. Radicals toes are beefier metal, have a 75mm wide under binding plate for better driving of wide skis and have "towers" which make engaging the toepiece easier. The heel does have 3 climbing positions: flat to the ski and 2 elevator heights. The elevators are much easier to use/change than the Vertical series. A flick of the pole does it. Hope this helps.
It will likely be too tight. The interior dimension of the crampon is 108mm. The area that they rotate over the ski may be slightly more than 108 if the narrowest point on the ski is 108. They are also pretty stiff, so bending is not really an option. I'd size up to be sure.
Compared to many past Dynafits (including the Titans), these fit a little wider at the metatarsals. Volume is similarly a bit more generous. If you like your Titans, you'll like the Vulcan, and will probably have to do less fiddling to make them perfect.
Jeff, For both the skis you are on and your skiing style, I would lean toward the Radical FT first or the Vertical FT, second. Both have a higher DIN. The Radical FT also is beefier, has a wider connection to the ski and has more torsional rigidity.
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