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In the downtube. The battery is actually enormous, it’s the whole length of the tube, won’t really fit in a backpack, though it’s the 700wh...
This thing was also a timely and excellent purchase.
Crampons and a GPS for me in Oz.
My rationale is that I own a beacon, AAA batteries are cheap, and I could need to assist with another party’s mistakes.
@Dave Clark cough......
Yep Chamonix emailed yesterday about refunding season passes.
They are running magic carpets for local kids which is good, a friend of mine’s kid...
Blizzard has metal underfoot which will provide a bit of strength against pull-outs.
Great ski, thought it might be a hair wide based on the Majesty / Libertys you mentioned. If you’re happy with that width the Poacher is a winner.
Not surprised, it’s seriously lush up there.
Black Crows Captis comes to mind, maybe a Line Chronic which is a bit more park-like at the expense of groomer performance..
Blizzard Rustler 9 a...
Dearly departed @Shaggy tried to do Federation in winter. The mud defeated him.
They’re even better with your boots completely undone (on super flat terrain of course)
Where else in the ski world can you get 2 coffees, pastries and waters for 10 bucks? This was on-mountain too.
I’m enjoying skiing in Italy more...
That wouldn’t even get you one coffee over the border in Switzerland!
Ski testing is serious business. Don’t you know I ski like an *******?
This is how the morning began:
You’d love one of these: https://www.mahretrainingcenter.com/
When I worked at DV an email went out asking who wanted to go on a paid training...
First morning of skiing straight off the plane, in borrowed boots cos mine broke walking to the test.
Last year we had 3 days warmup planned in...