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Theo Rolfs

Theo Rolfs

Telluride, CO

Theo Rolfs's Passions

Skiing
Biking

Theo Rolfs's Bio

Skier from Telluride Colorado

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Theo Rolfswrote a review of on January 28, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Kästle BMX 105's are my go to touring and everyday ski. They are light enough for longer tours but sturdy enough to hold an edge and ski aggressively all over the mountain. I ski the 189's and am blown away by the low swing weight and maneuverability maintained with an ability to charge at top speeds in variable conditions. If your looking for a strict charger, I would recommend the BMX 105 HP, but for an all around all mountain/ big mountain ski there is no better choice than the BMX 105s.

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Theo Rolfswrote a review of on December 23, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Higgins is built to perform at the highest standard in all conditions while still looking stylish. Weather insulation is never an issue with this jacket; while skiing in the PNW I've used it on some pretty wet days and always remain dry enough to continue skiing. The Higgins handles everything from touring to resort shredding and chilling in the parking lot with ease.

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Theo Rolfswrote a review of on November 19, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Baker Bibs are the ideal snow pants for stormy weather shredding, touring, and really any type of skiing. They are lightweight enough for touring without sacrificing performance and warmth. I have used these pants across the PNW and Colorado, and have never had a problem with warmth or waterproofing. The vents help you regulate your temperature perfectly and they come with many pockets and great colors!

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Theo Rolfswrote a review of on January 9, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Kaestle BMX 115 is hands down the best ski I have ever skied on. It performs at an incredibly high level in any condition. The width and "Dual Rise" rocker profile allow it to float through the deepest pow, but the sidecut and the Hollow Tip technology allow the ski to rip groomers and hardback conditions. This ski can charge big lines at high speeds and stomp big airs thanks to the stiff tail, but it can also maneuver though the tightest trees and is great for tricks due to the low swing weigh. I use this ski ever day of the year, from big mountain competitions to backcountry jumps the BMX 115 does it all.

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