Free Shipping on Orders Over $50*
Tele Paul

Tele Paul

Tele Paul

Tele Paulwrote a review of on September 29, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've put two full seasons on mine and they are holding up great! These things bust through crud and variable snow better than any ski I've used and they hold their own just fine on hardpack and pow. Dirty Mustache Rocker looks kinda weird on paper and I have to admit that I was skeptical at first, but it really works! These things hook up and hold an edge on hardpack even though they are pretty wide.

Full Disclosure, I'm a Moment athlete.

(1)

 

0 Comments

Tele Paul

Tele Paulwrote a review of on September 29, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The PB&J makes a great park ski, but I like um because they are so fun and playful even out of the park. I've used mine as a light touring ski and I've even skied the Middle Teton in variable spring conditions with them. I mounted them close to center and I love how solid the feel landing/taking off switch. If you plan to use them a more of an all around ripper you might want to mount them further back to improve tip float and directional handling. Full disclosure, I'm a Moment athlete.

(0)

 

0 Comments

Tele Paul

Tele Paulwrote a review of on September 29, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Do you remember the Bibby Pro? This ski is essentially the same shape as the ever-popular Bibby, but with a lighter build (about a pound lighter per pair). To put it simple, this ski rips! They are light, snappy, and not quite as damp as most Moment skis. The Exit World makes a great one ski quiver if you prefer to hike for your turns and even in bounds they handle great. Full disclosure, I'm a Moment athlete.

(1)

 

0 Comments

Tele Paul

Tele Paulwrote a review of on September 29, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Full disclosure, I'm a moment athlete. I've skied the Night Train for years and was reluctant to switch to the Ghost Train, but after only a few runs I felt fully at home on the new ski. The GT maintains the float, stability, pop, and easy to maneuver characteristics of the Night Train while the "micro camber" sections improve edge control in hard conditions. As a freeheeler I prefer this ski in soft snow because it is a bit much to edge on hardpack, however, in an alpine stance I have no trouble carving and jibbing around on firm snow. Great all round pow ski!!

(0)

 

Tele Paul

Tele Paulwrote a review of on October 26, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Full Disclosure, I'm a Flylow athlete. I've been using Flylow jackets since the original Lab Coat (Flylow's first hard shell) and the Quantum is by far the best jacket to date. I put over 100 days on mine last year and it will easily go another 100+.
Pros: Durable, waterproof, great fit, huge inner pockets (i use these for skins, or beers), huge pit zips,and helmet compatible hood.
Cons: Can't think of any

Sizing: I'm 5-9, 155lbs and I wear a large

(0)

 

Tele Paul

Tele Paulwrote a review of on October 26, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Sticking your hands in a pair of Flylow Oven Mitts is like sticking you hands in warm apple pie... well not quite, but you get the idea. I usually use the Tough Guy gloves, but I always keep a pair of Oven Mitts in my pack for those extra cold or stormy days. The waterproofing works great, but it is important to reapply snow seal every once and a while to maintain the mitts. I'm 5-9 155lbs and I wear a large.

(0)

 

0 Comments