Buda wrote:lilcliffy wrote:Very exciting BTW!!
Indeed!What are you leaning towards for a binding?
Don't know. I haven't used 3pin bindings since I was a kid. I want to keep it simple. "Voile 3-pin cable telemark", "Voile 3-pin cable traverse telemark". Suggestions welcome.What boot and binding have you been using on-piste with the Glittertind?
Salomon X-Adv raid manual bindings and X-Adv 7 boots. I was very happy with that and would stay with that system had it not been discontinued.bgregoire wrote:a classic nordic bc touring ski that you can use and depend on to go far and that actually turns very well too.
That's my dream ski right there!
Are these going to be a dedicated resort ski as you alluded to above? Cause if that is the case those scales are going to be a pain. Scales are fine for the bc. The Voile bindings with cables you mentioned are actually the same exempt for a plastic base. It's a very versatile set up but I have found that the cable actually cause lots of pinching with leather boots like the alico teletours. It could perhaps be comfortable if the cable are slacked quite a bit, I would have to try. If the cables are not required, I would go for the rottefella super telemark. I feel iTS sligtky superior over the Voile mountaineer. It's got strap slots as back up.