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  • See: Well, I guess Rob is mentioning dampness with reference to titanal, but tho...
  • See: Just checking specs on websites, I’m seeing 1750 g for Zero G 108/185 and 1...
  • Scott Robbins: Do the Radical FT 2.0 Toe Plate Extensions (the plastic bit that goes aroun...
  • Ross: Skimo Co in SLC has been mentioned a few times. I would like to support the...
  • Allan: Blizzard makes great skis for sure. I already own Brahmas in 173 that are m...
  • Matt Kinney: Good stuff. Thanks Jonathon. Probably never go to NZ but it looks super.....
  • Robert V Coppolillo: Yeah, I almost pulled the trigger on the 108, but it's not quite as light (...
  • Mark W: I switched to System Three medium cure time epoxy over the slow cure; it ge...
  • klinkekule: yeah, that mirrors my exact experiences with my Tectons thus far, and i am ...
  • Chris: UPDATE: so i took my questions an worries to Fristchi and, to my pleasant s...
  • Allan: I’d have to agree with Rob. I ski the 178, live in the east and find them v...
  • See: Sorry for advancing my agenda again, but it is ridiculous (in my opinion) t...
  • Lou Dawson 2: Steve, It's a hard test to do, SkiAlper does the best job. I know I've not ...
  • VT skier: Steve R SkiAlper Buyers Guide does measure release values for a lot of the...
  • Rex: Thanks Lou!!! Then to recap: the bindings that would fit the h-pattern a...
  • Lou Dawson 2: Using the mount pattern template I have here, the MTN-Backland toe screw p...
  • Rex: Would Salomon/Atomic Mtn bindings work on the V-Werks Katana? Sorry if thi...
  • Robert V Coppolillo: The swing weight on the 95s is so dang low...I wouldn't worry about 5cms af...
  • SteveR: Or maybe just try to categorise the fixed release bindings into 'higher' 'm...
  • SteveR: Would it be possible to partner with Cripple Creek or similar, do some test...
  • John Baldwin: I'd like to throw in another mention of the Kreuzspitze GT as another choic...
  • Kevin Woolley: For my personal use, multiple heel heights aren't needed, modern boots arti...
  • See: I like big skis for concrete. But that’s me....
  • Ron: RE: Blizzard ZG 95 I am looking at a pair 169 cms but ...would it help to ...
  • Lou Dawson 2: Because I figured a fan of Skimo would be sure to mention (kidding). Actual...
  • dgg: For category #1, why no mention of the Kreutzspitze GT, available from Skim...
  • Lou Dawson 2: Dabe, Vipec does fit in. I mostly left out as Evo is improvement but I didn...
  • See: And I hear the Vipec Evo toe is significantly different from the Black in r...
  • See: “Fritschi Tecton needs a season of consumer vetting.” And I’m still not sur...
  • Dabe: another voice in the chorus of those confused at no vipec? got to be best c...

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