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ad-ski53 wrote an answer about on February 14, 2014

I have Look Pivot 14 bindings bc I don't do much touring. I cannot imagine the Market Bindings being a bad fit for these skis for any reason. In comparison to the Sick Days and Soul 7 skis, they are both lighter than the Prophets mainly due to the absence of any metal like the Metal Matrix in the Prophets. If you are going to be skiing mainly powder, Sick Days may be a better fit. But if you plan to ski more variable terrain, I cannot preach the Prophets enough.
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ad-ski53 wrote a review of on February 6, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Ive shredded on these on just about EVERY CONDITION there is to offer. All within the same week i put these bad boys to the test on fresh groomers, ice slicks, hard pack, mashed potatoes, and of course some fresh pow (Even some dirt and rock patches). Could NOT be more satisfied with how these handle in every imaginable condition on the mountain. They are agile in the trees, blast through the crud, charge the steeps and float on the powder. You truly feel when that Metal Matrix comes into play for added stability without being too stiff.

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ad-ski53 wrote a review of on March 15, 2013

3 5

Had them for a total of 2 seasons before the stitching started to show some wear and tear on seams and the left wrist strap coming apart at the seam. Pretty disappointed because they were the warmest and most water resistant gloves I have ever had. Also, once leather was nice and broken in, gripping my ski poles were super comfortable. Im hoping the Patrols will do a better job.

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ad-ski53 wrote a review of on January 7, 2012

5 5

I tried them out, for the first time, in Western PA last week and am so stoked about my decision to get the Prophet 90s. The trails were machine groomed and these bad boys carved around the hill with ease. The Prophets control and stability when tearing the beat up trails late in the day was unbeatable. You can feel when the Metal Matrix comes into play when bombing around turns. Cant wait to try them out on some pow.

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