Interesting choice. I, for one, would be curious to hear about the thought process that led to this trigger-pulling. No rocker, relatively skinny, these spec of these skis reads like a rando-racer's dream. They seem more about the tour and the up, rather than the down. At least in powder. They will kill it in tight, icy/sketchy conditions, I suspect.
Nice! Sure is a lot of shape to those, I bet they'll come around really quickly. New school mountaineering at it's best. Though with that weight,(or lack of it), they might have a tendency to get deflected in the mank, crud and crust. Not that any of that occurs in the natural snow world.......
I can't believe I've got ski envy when I just got a new pair myself......it's a fine line between collecting a quiver and having OCD.
Thanks Freeheelin'. That "sepia" toned pic and the previous one I used were both taken within my towns limits, on the backside of a hill used as a tourist lookout in the summer. On a powder day, if you're up early enough to beat the slednecks to it, there's plenty of great lines down the backside.
My bro and I hit it on x-mas day about 5 years ago. Mostly dust on crust, but it was still way better than hanging out inside..
He took a lot of pics, including that one.