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post #31 of 45

Guys, this is a serious offer of really outstanding AT bindings that you won't be able to get elsewhere.  I don't understand the thread-jacking. th_dunno-1[1].gif

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Guys, this is a serious offer of really outstanding AT bindings that you won't be able to get elsewhere. 

 

QFT.  
 

 

post #33 of 45

BTW, I've been involved in some discussions here with people that thought that they wouldn't be able go big in tech bindings.  This vid (from over on TGR) of skiing on Dynafit bindings and touring boots might help to alleviate that fear:

post #34 of 45

Thank you, Mr. Moderator. I'm sure that it's all in good fun snowfight.gif

post #35 of 45
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BTW, I've been involved in some discussions here with people that thought that they wouldn't be able go big in tech bindings.  This vid (from over on TGR) of skiing on Dynafit bindings and touring boots might help to alleviate that fear:


Damn Bob, who posted that? They ripeek.gif

post #36 of 45

 

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Damn Bob, who posted that? They ripeek.gif

 

It was in this thread, but the OP says it wasn't him.  Looks like it's a guy named Nick Madison.

 

Guy's got it going on, eh?  

 

post #37 of 45
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It was in this thread, but the OP says it wasn't him.  Looks like it's a guy named Nick Madison.

 

Guy's got it going on, eh?  

 

Hell ya, put it sounds like he had his toes locked in which is a very ballsy move I would have never attempted on a run like that.  Shoot, I would have ate it so quick on those pillows.redface.gif
 

 

post #38 of 45
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It was in this thread, but the OP says it wasn't him.  Looks like it's a guy named Nick Madison.

 

Guy's got it going on, eh?  

 


I'm just speechless after watching that.

 

post #39 of 45

 

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I'm just speechless after watching that.

 

I know.  Half the time the guy seems to turn only to avoid trees and line up his next hit.  
 

 

post #40 of 45
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I know.  Half the time the guy seems to turn only to avoid trees and line up his next hit.  
 

 


I'd like to know whats under all those pillows of snow. He hits some of them pretty hard for there to be something solid under there. It looks like he's going in slow-mo at first because of how far he flies through the air.

 

post #41 of 45

looked like skiing in the logged out areas up near Nelson; there are some stump fields up there that I skied but needless to say not like this......  Some crazy double hits... cojones el grande amigo......

post #42 of 45

He says it's Rodger's Pass.

 

Wherever it is, I'd say it's a place he knows very well.  That first line, in particular.

 

 

I don't think I really knew the meaning of "agape" before this.

 

post #43 of 45

Thanks to everyone who participated in the group buy. Wow, 60+ pair clamps sold in 2 weeks. If there is interest, I will put another together in Oct. Brakes will be avail. soon.

post #44 of 45

 

Git 'em while you can:

http://www.tetongravity.com/forums/showthread.php/228213-Final-Plum-Group-Buy-of-2011

 

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 Plum is almost sold out, so if the order is not in on time, we are SOOL until W4-6, 2012. 

 

post #45 of 45

Is there another Plum group buy? Interested if there is.

 

ed caldwell

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