• dimi replied to the topic Union Expedition in the forum Bindings 3 years, 2 months ago

    You can just tell this was designed by a group of bro-boarders after a few 12 packs and bunch of dope.

    Who in their right mind would design a brand new binding interface with a pin? 2017 guys… not 2009.

    I’m on hardboots now, but I loved my previous sparks. Comfortable, affordable, reliable and no board movement/flex.

  • dimi replied to the topic Dynafit TLT6 MOD Thread in the forum Boots 4 years ago

    Something to keep in mind is the boots will take a good 10 days at least to get broken in. I’ve got about 25-30 days on mine in the last 2 years and they are still getting better. It does also take a bit of time to get used to the riding sensation of hard boots. My first impression was that initiating turns was much more responsive than what I…[Read more]

  • dimi replied to the topic Advice on new setup in the forum Bindings 5 years, 2 months ago

    Got prior year TLT6s at a great price and Phantoms.

    First day of the year and first day on the setup:
    – Touring is amazing. FYI the dynafit toepice lever can be snapped back to prevent constant popouts. Took me 2 hours to figure that out… after that i was flying. Just dont use that feature when skiing.
    – My legs actually feel great after a day…[Read more]

  • dimi started the topic Advice on new setup in the forum Bindings 5 years, 2 months ago

    Hey guys,

    Need some advice on taking my setup to the next level. My boots are now running on 7 years and have gotten too sloppy so it’s time to upgrade.

    It consists of a Jones Solution 66 which I love and will keep. Spark Afterburner bindings I like as well. I used to have Split 30s previously and I like the Spark system a lot better, h…[Read more]

  • @stein wrote:

    haha you are the guy that got burried in feuz bowl when it was closed? :banghead:

    sell me your set up :thumpsup:


    Are you sure Feuz bowl was closed?

  • Well it was good while it lasted… haha

    Had the split out for a day in BC. It was awesome fun, and I am hooked. Hiking your own line is indeed the epitome of this sport.

    Unfortunately around 2 weeks ago I was caught in an inbound slide at a resort in BC and messed up my knee. I was really lucky, one guy was watching my whole line as it…[Read more]

  • My riding partners have been with me for a while so they are dependable.

    I’m new to the split thing but I have been doing BC hiking for a while. We do practice beacon/probing/shovelling sessions everytime we hike for all the members in our crew, and we are all relatively knowledgable about avalanches. Obviously more work/practice/reading is…[Read more]

  • Yea its not the cheapest setup, that’s for sure. I was stuck on the 161.5 vs 164.5, but in the end I chose the 164.5 because I have a 159 jones mtn twin which is my resort/pow solid.

    I’m gonna break it in on Sat. hopefully! Thx for the pole link, some cool ideas there.