Alpina Alaska NNN BC boot XCD B/C BC Telemark Skiing

Alpina Alaska NNN BC boot test run, December 19, 2013. Skis are Karhu 10th Mountain (same as the current Madshus Epoch), bindings are Rottefella Magnum NNN-BC, and poles are Life-link Vario Carbon.

Comments

Daniel Steigerwalt says:

What skis are you using? I’m currently on Atomic Rainiers, with Older Alpina nnn-BBC boots…. I’m not a pro, but I’m disappointed in their ability to turn.

vince worthy says:

The poling is perfect. I don’t see any uphill poling here.

Paul Wilburn says:

beautiful telemark, but the poling on the uphill is wrong – video shows same pole used for the same side foot, and a pole needs to work with the opposite side foot.

george curte says:

nice video and nice ski technique. can you tell me what is your experience with those skis on flat terrain  or  on hard snow? I am trying to get new skis for next season  . my area is flat/rolling hills  sometime deep snow and steeper downhill.thank you

mannaxc says:

Brilliant, thanks for the inspiration! 

Cal Bablitz says:

Nice video, I’m interested in getting a pair of these for next year. Can anyone give me any info on how they fit? Big, small, wide, narrow etc? I’m a fairly wide 11-12, any reccomendations on what size I should order?

anticonstitue says:

Pretty good skiing… Never mind the poling. Nowadays, ski instruction insists on downhill poling but a couple of decades ago, we used uphill poling too, depending of numerous factor.

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