fisheater wrote:The FT 62 does not have near as much camber as your Storetind.
This is interesting..The FT62 is a very unique ski in the current market- the camber/rocker/flex profile of a backcountry downhill touring ski- but with width dimensions and weight that would make them very easy to drive with XC boots...Very interesting- would love to try it!
I keep wondering whether I shouldn't have tried my ST with NNNBC before I mounted the 3-pin hardwire binding. The ST is VERY light- as light as Johnny's Objective mounted to NNNBC...
I am also curious about the two Tind skis.
I am too- what is the difference in performance between the 68/76/86? Obviously the 86 would offer more float than the 68- but if you want a powder ski, why wouldn't you go even wider? PLUS- I am sure all of these skis have different camber/rocker profiles- intended for different snow conditions.
The 68 is intended to be a hybrid between a BC-XC ski and an "AT" ski- what about the 76/86?
It sure would be nice to get some good reviews of all these skis.
I am quite confident that they have been thoroughly tested and reviewed by UTE magazine, but you need to pay a fairly expensive subscription to get full access to the UTE site.
We have reviews for the winter just past on the FT 62, and Storetind (FT 68), some good initial Ingstad reviews, good review of the Combat NATO, a nice review of Cecelie. Maybe the folks at Asnes will send us some bigger skis, and we can become the North AmericN review team. I like the idea anyway
Now your talking- where do I sign on?