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  1. #276
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    This looks cool with a lever walkmode instead of the crappy one they had on the last kore. Any details?

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  2. #277
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bandit Man View Post
    Here is a photo seems to support that for the M102.

    2021 177-cm model = 26/19/24 3D radius; Sidecut = 140-102-123
    2022 177-cm model = 28/18/26 3D radius; Sidecut = 142-102-124

    Really curious what the Sidecut/radius tweaks are for the 184-cm model.






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    Imma go and call the 184 at 29/19/27 and 191 at 32/21/30. They appear to want their all mountain chargers to share the same center radii at each length. Making the ski wider 2/1mm tip/tail is the opposite of what they did on the m5->m6, wonder how that's going to influence the way it handles. They definitely took the sidecut update extremely conservative.

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  5. #280
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    to continue the theskimonster photo dump

    new 106?
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  7. #282
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    Somebody needs to come up with a picture of the back end of that new tyrolia clamp. Curious how they have executed "full heel release"

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    What show is going on that all these pics are coming from? OR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatty View Post
    What show is going on that all these pics are coming from? OR?
    Providence

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Thomas View Post
    Somebody needs to come up with a picture of the back end of that new tyrolia clamp. Curious how they have executed "full heel release"
    x2.
    Looks a lot like an updated Mojo toe. Wonder if they have a newly designed heel or just went with the Attack heels.
    "somebody's gotta do it"

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    I don't remember where I heard this but I am under the impression that for the past few years Blizzard/Technica has produced their "top shelf / pro athlete / flagship" models in orange or black&orange colorway (Cochise, Bones, 0G105, R11, Firebird, FB130, M1-130, Cochise130, ZGTP, etc...)

    .....The Hustle 10 is orange..... (not the Hustle 11).... Maybe the H10 is the flagship of the Hustle line, a touring ski designed for their Freeride athletes?


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  12. #287
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Thomas View Post
    Somebody needs to come up with a picture of the back end of that new tyrolia clamp. Curious how they have executed "full heel release"
    My guess is it’s the same old diagonal release heel to go with the old toe pictured. The lower din Peak/Mojo series of bindings had it. Great at pre-releasing but also much softer on your ACL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kid-kapow View Post
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    If these are new touring sticks from Armada I'm a) intrigued and b) suspicious that they're copying Rossi's homework.

    Especially if Rossi's bringing the see-thru air tips back for a new BC ski...

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  14. #289
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    That Armada Locator 112 looks sick! Love the shape of that ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnakeMagnet View Post
    Imma go and call the 184 at 29/19/27 and 191 at 32/21/30. They appear to want their all mountain chargers to share the same center radii at each length. Making the ski wider 2/1mm tip/tail is the opposite of what they did on the m5->m6, wonder how that's going to influence the way it handles. They definitely took the sidecut update extremely conservative.
    Iíve always thought that they did the underfoot radius on the M102 and K108 backwards. IMO, the M102 could stand to have a slightly smaller radius under foot and the K108 slightly larger. Maybe that would make the K108 harder to ski for some folks? Dare to dream.
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  16. #291
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    Scarpa 2022 Workbook - F1 XT looks like a good option for those that dont trust BOA, or want to get away from the big velcro strap/buckle...

    Also some photos/specs on the new alpine boots

    https://issuu.com/scarpa_aut/docs/scarpa_workbook_2022

  17. #292
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    Salomon catalog is here now.

    https://issuu.com/salomonnz/docs/fw2...atalogue/26?ff

    The touring boot comes in a few variations. The S Lab version does have a Velcro strap in addition to the velcro buckle and is listed at 1050 grams. Pretty damn light. No flex ratings listed though.

  18. #293
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2FUNKY View Post
    That Armada Locator 112 looks sick! Love the shape of that ski.
    Funny. I hate skis with tapered tips, so a graphic that emphasizes that feature is like the graphic/shape equivalent of nails on a chalkboard to me. Of course, to each their own. Just funny how polarizing gfx can be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apocequip307 View Post
    Scarpa 2022 Workbook - F1 XT looks like a good option for those that dont trust BOA, or want to get away from the big velcro strap/buckle...

    Also some photos/specs on the new alpine boots

    https://issuu.com/scarpa_aut/docs/scarpa_workbook_2022
    The BOA on my F1's has stood up to a heck of a lot of abuse. But I like the look of the lower buckle placement on those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apocequip307 View Post
    Scarpa 2022 Workbook - F1 XT looks like a good option for those that dont trust BOA, or want to get away from the big velcro strap/buckle...

    Also some photos/specs on the new alpine boots

    https://issuu.com/scarpa_aut/docs/scarpa_workbook_2022
    Looks like the 4-Quattro XT will provide another 130 flex option for the women out there? If I'm reading this right. Glad to see boot manufacturers getting on board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathleenturneroverdrive View Post
    Funny. I hate skis with tapered tips, so a graphic that emphasizes that feature is like the graphic/shape equivalent of nails on a chalkboard to me. Of course, to each their own. Just funny how polarizing gfx can be.
    Cha, fugly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apocequip307 View Post
    Scarpa 2022 Workbook - F1 XT looks like a good option for those that dont trust BOA, or want to get away from the big velcro strap/buckle...

    Also some photos/specs on the new alpine boots

    https://issuu.com/scarpa_aut/docs/scarpa_workbook_2022
    Damn those Quatros are pretty light, wonder if that was a Scarpa or Bode initiative for the weight. Also wonder how much that F1XT is actually better on the DH than the F1LT (if their product matrix is accurate)
    TLDR; Ski faster. Quit breathing. Don't crash.

  23. #298
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    Quote Originally Posted by wilcox510 View Post
    interesting, of note:

    New 106 ski - strangely offered in 181 and 189, and somewhat suprisingly with longer radii than Blanks... Go figure eh.
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  24. #299
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    That Tour Scout boot is sexy. Looks like they are trying to fix the shitty power strap, I love the cam buckle but the quick release looks fiddly. Can we assume the Tour Pro will be updated similarly?

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