Will Marsh

Will Marsh

Seattle, WA

Will Marsh

Will Marshwrote a review of on April 27, 2016

5 5

Such amazing technology and design. More forgiving, versatile, and lighter than my old SideSeths, without decreasing high speed charging abilities and dampness. It can ski pow, groomers, crud, ice, moguls even. The rocker profile allows it to be thrown sideways, pivoted, buttered, and stalled. This could be the best ski I have ever been on. Daily driver in the PNW. I understand why they don't use metal in the ski. More pop and natural flex. 191cm mounted at +1cm with Look pivot 18 and Salomon ghost 130 boots. 6'2 180lbs. Many thanks!

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Will Marsh

Will Marshwrote a review of on June 14, 2011

1 5

Be careful with tele bindings with 4 drill holes - I ripped these bindings off one of my skis (K2 sidestashes) skiing steep, firm snow last season. I proceeded to slide on my head and back through rocks, fortunately walking away with a only a bruised ego and a long hike out on one ski. After 15 years of tele-ing and multiple binding pull-outs with targa and bd's that was the last straw. I locked the heel down since then and am loving it. In my opinion, tele bindings are a dangerous liability and have not evolved enough to accommodate big boots, fat skis and fast turns. That said, think carefully about you and your touring partner's safety, rescue issues/challenges before you head out touring with teles.

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