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Sounds like it might be the final word on phat skis v. ice skates, too.
T-Rocks are 87 at the waist and were their choice to ski 5,000 feet of
if-you-fall-you-die, bullet-proof ice.  

- Patrick
 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Vermont Skiing Discussion and Snow Reports 
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Jonathan S. Shefftz
> Sent: Friday, October 20, 2006 9:10 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: [SKIVT-L] Team Gnarl Gnus & Team Dynafit Dispatch
> 
> http://www.wildsnow.com/?p=476
> 
> Mount Everest Skied With Dynafit Bindings
>  
> Well, if this isn't the final word on Dynafit, I don't know 
> what is. I just 
> learned from my deep cover mole at Life-Link what bindings 
> Kit and Rob 
> DesLauriers and Jimmy Chin used for skiing off Everest. 
> They're calling it 
> the "hardest skiing they've ever done" 5,000 verts of bullet 
> proof down the 
> Lhotse Face. Yes indeed, Dynafit across the board. And 
> Dynafit boots as 
> well:
> 
> Kit DesLauriers - 2 buckle boots (tlt4 light)
> Rob DesLauriers - 1 buckle boots (tlt4 race)
> Jimmy Chin - 3 buckles (but hey, he had to carry the camera)
> 
> [photo caption:  Spy photo taken in the Life-Link workshop 
> after mounting 
> Dynafit bindings used on Mount Everest by the DesLauriers and 
> Chin. The 
> skis are Volkl T-Rock.]
> 
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