Canadian Ski Marathon 2023 and.. more

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wabene
Posts: 716
Joined: Sat Feb 06, 2021 9:53 am
Location: Duluth Minnesota
Ski style: Stiff kneed and wide eyed.
Favorite Skis: Åsnes Gamme, Fischer SB98, Mashus M50, M78, Pano M62
Favorite boots: Crispi Svartsen 75mm, Scarpa T4
Occupation: Carpenter

Re: Canadian Ski Marathon 2023 and.. more

Post by wabene » Sun Aug 27, 2023 11:17 am

@spopepro very nice trip report and the overall adventure is inspiring! I never attempt such distances, I'm not sure how my feet would hold up. I find little comfort in NNN boots over long distances with their thin hard plastic soles. My 2 cents for a boot to consider is the Crispi Nordland Hook BC. It is very light for a BC boot (729 grams, only 129 grams more than my Fisher NNN boot), but still offers the comfort of a leather boot. Only about $159 at Telemarkdown last time I checked.
100 miles in 2 days, I'm impressed.

P. S. What are the birds of prey?

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Re: Canadian Ski Marathon 2023 and.. more

Post by spopepro » Sun Aug 27, 2023 11:43 am

wabene wrote:
Sun Aug 27, 2023 11:17 am

P. S. What are the birds of prey?



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