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  1. #351
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    Quote Originally Posted by vermontana View Post
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    Current quiver, covers all my bases.

    Moment commander 108 188 w cast. Sidecountry/travel

    Moment deathwish tour 190 w atk FR14 - new this year and Iíve spent most my uphill days on it so far. DD touring

    Blizzard zero g 95 185 w atk fr14- skimo/big day

    Atomic blog 185 w kingpin - first touring sticks from 2012 or so, rock skis now but still fun to noodle around on.


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    Curious where you mounted the Commanders
    Fear, Doubt, Disbelief, you have to let it all go. Free your mind!

  2. #352
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    Quote Originally Posted by eskido View Post
    Curious where you mounted the Commanders
    -8, +2 from factory rec at the advice of a moment employee. Feel great here, most of my skis have been more playful twins rather than directional and I wanted them to be a bit easier to get sideways and spin

    Quote Originally Posted by oltrepiave View Post
    stunning quiver. those blogs were great too back when i skied them years ago. What's the mount point on those?
    -3 I believe, got them mounted when I was doing a lot more park skiing. Wish they were at -5 or so but they work alright for messin around pre-season. too many holes in them already.

  3. #353
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    Show us yer Touring Quivers!

    Thought they looked a bit forward for Commanders, I like that a lot! Pretty intrigued by that ski but that recommended mount has kept me away
    Fear, Doubt, Disbelief, you have to let it all go. Free your mind!

  4. #354
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    how do the 0g95 fit into the grand scheme of that quiver?
    is there any "life" in them that makes em fun or do you just treat them like a specific tool for certain situations?

  5. #355
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    Quote Originally Posted by vermontana View Post
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    Current quiver, covers all my bases.

    Moment commander 108 188 w cast. Sidecountry/travel

    Moment deathwish tour 190 w atk FR14 - new this year and I’ve spent most my uphill days on it so far. DD touring

    Blizzard zero g 95 185 w atk fr14- skimo/big day

    Atomic blog 185 w kingpin - first touring sticks from 2012 or so, rock skis now but still fun to noodle around on.


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    Woah tell me about the mount on those DW's that looks a little further back than rec?

  6. #356
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    Quote Originally Posted by oltrepiave View Post
    how do the 0g95 fit into the grand scheme of that quiver?
    is there any "life" in them that makes em fun or do you just treat them like a specific tool for certain situations?
    More of the latter now, I got them when I lived in VT where that type of touring ski made a bit more sense than where I live now (CO). They're great for big vert days or when the skis spend more time on the pack than on your feet, but the DW are so much more enjoyable to ski in almost all conditions, even low-tide or variable days with their crazy edge hold.

  7. #357
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huskydoc View Post
    Woah tell me about the mount on those DW's that looks a little further back than rec?
    Hmm they're at rec. Might be the camera angle and uneven floor

  8. #358
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    Show us yer Touring Quivers!

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    Left to right-
    Lithic prototype, 90mm, 30m radius, 1300 grams. Binding toes currently on my nordic skates. For long range post consolidation/springtime stuff.
    Blizzard Zero G 105 180cm with Plum Oazo- brand new setup! Canít wait. Fat mountaineering or mid winter traverses.
    Lithic Ramblin Jack 108x180, atk trofeo. All around pow touring.
    Lithic Townes 117, Salomon MTN. Theyíve become the daily driver for almost all my touring.
    Lithic Cohen 118, Salomon MTN. Heavy as hell but fun, floaty and i can never let them go for many reasons.


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  9. #359
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    Pretty darned happy with my touring lineup now.

    Iím about 5í9Ē and 160. Skiing in BC.

    178 Majesty Superwolf w/ Plum Pikas
    184 4Frnt Raven w/ Kingpins
    179 Moment Deathwish Tour w/ Voyager 12s

    I used to ski 180++ for touring skis, but started finding the downsides were outweighed by the stability and speed benefits. Iím starting to really value versatility and maneuverability in my skis, and I think this quiver has me covered for most activities while still being very fun on the down.

  10. #360
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    A fat flamboyant addition to the touring quiv!

    190cm c132
    189cm BG108t
    186cm BMT94

    Woot


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    (Plus CASTed pivots on the beloved old 191 BGs and DD 192 MF108)

  11. #361
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    Nice, you are knot skeert to tour on snoller blades.

    Good for u.
    watch out for snakes

  12. #362
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    A fat flamboyant addition to the touring quiv!

    190cm c132
    189cm BG108t
    186cm BMT94
    When the smallest radius in your quiver is 26m you know you're in a good place

  13. #363
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    Zero G 95 w Voyager 12
    springtime hike the resort

    Backland 107 w FR 14
    go to touring in the wild

    Ripstick 106 w Shift
    sidecountry, backyard hikes, one-ski quiver for Swiss trip next month


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  14. #364
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beder View Post
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    Zero G 95 w Voyager 12
    springtime hike the resort

    Backland 107 w FR 14
    go to touring in the wild

    Ripstick 106 w Shift
    sidecountry, backyard hikes, one-ski quiver for Swiss trip next month


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    Nice and versatile! Actually a bit surprised youíre running such a burly binding on a ZG95

  15. #365
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamski View Post
    Nice and versatile! Actually a bit surprised youíre running such a burly binding on a ZG95
    Yes itís a bit much, but itís been on the shelf just staring at me

  16. #366
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    I want to add a lower tide/spring ski to the mix but Iím happy with this setup 90% of days. The visions are amazing.
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  17. #367
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    Down LD 102 (186cm) with G3 Zed 12s - long walks
    Moment Deathwish Tours (190cm) with G3 Ion 12s - just about everything else
    Heritage Labs C132 (200cm) with ATK FR14s - very special days


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