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jarp431182 wrote a review of on April 14, 2013

5 5

I switched to the Revert from the Aspect in hopes of having a more versatile ski, and I definitely found it in the Revert. Handles beautifully in powder and soft snow, and holds its own in crud, ice and bumpy terrain. Lightweight and easy to haul into the backcountry, especially mounted with a Dynafit Radical ST. Twin tip rocker makes it very maneuverable. For anyone wanting to find a nice balance between weight, width and flotation, this is an excellent choice.

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jarp431182 wrote a review of on April 9, 2013

3 5

There is no question the Aspect is one of the lightest backcountry skis on the market, which makes skinning up a slope a breeze. However, on the downhill, the ski is fairly limited to powder slopes, soft corn, or groomed terrain. It didn't handle sastrugi, choppy or icy conditions well at all, and struggled on flat, narrow sections due to its high camber, and propensity to catch edges. It's a good ski for the purpose mentioned, but if you want something that's a little more versatile, I'd probably go with the Revert or Drift.

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