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dmwp9651 wrote a review of on December 21, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Im 6' 165 lbs. The 186 is about right. Had em out 2 days backcountry. 2 Mile flat approach, logged 4 or 5 thousand vertical. They tour excellent. Dynafit tlt5 boot is a nice match up. My first turns on this ski were in trees with a sumerged windslab. So I got worked a bit. Chipped out the topsheet pretty bad cause Im a tad sloppy. They dont seem that durable if you have control issues. Had em out today for a resort powder day with the tlt boots again. Had a great time. When I blew through coldsmoke down to suncrust they held well. No chatter. Im coming from coombacks so Im adding 30mm waist. The floatyness tends to translate into speed which took a little getting used to when cruising trees. Generally thrumbs up on the v8 achievement. My only beef would be that I prefer less camber when skiing backcountry powder. Maybe not quite as mellow as I'd like. but the camber adds versatility. I do expect that I'll be digging them in general because long days in the backcountry are what I like best. They might be lighter than my buddy's dps setup.





dmwp9651 wrote a review of on August 25, 2013

5 5

Ive had this tent for 12 months and have used it for family backpacking in the Beartooths, Swan Range, the Montana Rocky Mountain front and on a smith river float trip. No problems. The fly covers adequately and the tent sets up quick and easy. Fits our family of 2 adults and 2 kids fine. We've had some heavy hail storms, wind and downpour and high country exposure. We've stayed dry. IN good weather its basically a mosquito net canopy with good star gazing. This tent doesnt make an issue out of itself. Its a classic.