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Hello!

In advance my apologies for my English, it is not my native language.

 

I am considering buying my own gear instead of borrowing from my friends, and I want a hybrid backcountry and slope set-up.

 

I am 80 Kg’s (176 lbs) and roughly 1,80 meters (5,9 feet) tall.

In the slopes, I usually go off piste in wooded terrain, or mess around on small jumps in the park. I rarely ski on the prepped downhill-style snow. Because of this, I want a playful setup with good agility at medium to low speeds.

I have extremely limited experience with backcountry (randonee) skiing

 

I was thinking about the following set-up, but since I know nothing about gear, I do not know if the skis would be suitable for backcountry skiing, or if the parts are even compatible.

If anyone could point me towards a climbing ski skin that is compatible with this, I would be very thankful.

 

Bindings: http://www.sport-conrad.com/en/ski-touring/bindings-sc/tlt-radical-st-incl-110mm-stopper.html

 

Skis (177 size) http://www.sport-conrad.com/en/specials/freeride-ski-special/shreditor-102-sc.html?listtype=search&searchparam=shreditor

Boots (something similar, I figure it would be wise going to a local shop to try some on) http://www.sport-conrad.com/en/ski-touring/boots/orbit-2.html

 

TL;DR:

I am thinking about getting the set-up above, with goals of playful skiing in the slopes, and back-country (randonee/climbing) skiing,

-          - Are the skiis to heavy/not suitable for backcountry skiing?

-          - Are the bindings suitable for both slope style skiing and back country skiing?

-          - I am 80 Kg’s (176 lbs) and roughly 1,80 meters (5,9 feet) tall