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rated 3.5 of 5 stars Nice ski for the backcountry. I like this ski; it's pretty light and does a fair job to break up crust. It does float, but it's not a real fat ski, only 119, but it's pretty quick. You do have to stay on top of them. I think if you look hard enough you can find a bargain out there. Mine are tricked out for Tele and they are just fine. You can't go wrong for money; check out EVOoutlet or GEARx. Full review

Kung Fujas

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great all-around skis! Awesome grip on the hardpack and enough float to get you through the deep stuff. Even solid in the park. They are a bit heavy, but that's my only gripe here. Used these skis all but 1 day of my 130-day season this past year in Tahoe, and they were great in all conditions. I could have used something lighter for backcountry, but as a resort ski they were flawless. Put some nicks in the topsheet but that is to be expected, skied them hard and they kept up through all. I would… Full review

Panoramic Splitboard Kit

rated 4 of 5 stars Board is awesome, Voile universal interface leaves a little to be desired. I love this thing, it's my first split. I have put about a dozen days on it so far and it's holding up great. The full rockered tip and tail are a blessing in deep powder, and the board actually performs pretty well on hardpack as well. ┬áThe only condition I have noticed it being less than ideal in is heavy wet snow. The flexy tip and tail have a hard time pushing around the heavy stuff without excessive flex, making it… Full review

CoomBack/GotBack Skins

rated 3 of 5 stars Decent for interior snow but not so great for coastal skiing. I live in the Pacific Northwest and have tried these in the Rockies as well. They worked fairly well in the dry Rockies but accumulate a lot of snow between the skin and the ski and don't glide well in coastal conditions. The fastening system works well and even with half the glue covered in snow they still climb well. The con of the fastening system is that when removing them while still wearing the skis the tip clip comes out easily… Full review

Axon Pack

rated 5 of 5 stars I bought the pack 3-4 years ago in Alaska. The pack probably won't cost as much anywhere else. The padded camera/goggle pocket works fantastically. It is astonishing how much you can strap to or cram into this pack. Compresses nicely and is quite comfortable. Good pack to hike with. Fantastic snowboard/ski adaptations. I have repaired it once or twice but any damage that it may have sustained would have destroyed any other bag. Full review

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