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shin-bangtheyll definately work, but may be a tad heavy, which may not be a huge concern unless your doing long trecks. also what kind of at binding? dynafit or a frame type (guardians, dukes, adrenalines, ect)
ShockG859I'm not sure yet, honestly. What would you recommend?? I don't think I'll be doing really long trips for the time being. By the time I get to that point I'll look into a more specific touring set-up.
shin-bangAlright, well, so you want more an all Mtn slack country setup with the occasional long tour or what? How often do you plan on going?
ShockG859You got it. I'm looking for an all mountain ski... That I can take into the backcountry from time-to-time. I'd say, this season, I'll get around 10 days touring in the backcountry.
I really know nothing about backcountry gear. I went with some friends last year, but I just boot-packed it, and used my JJ's for the ride down. I have been doing a lot of research on backcountry skiing and it's something that I keep getting more and more into, but I am also very aware of the dangers, and I know that nothing is as educational as experience, and that is why I have decided to slowly get into bc and touring.
So, really, I need any info, help, tips, ideas, and/or recommendations that yall can give! Thanks again for all the feedback!