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October 3, 2014
We tested the newest backcountry and adventure-worthy ski boots. Here are the winners.
December 2, 2013
Our favorite backcountry skis, boots, bindings, and accessories this season.
December 11, 2012
Our favorite boots for getting there and getting back.
April 23, 2012
Skiing Mag heads to Mt. Toll to test some 2012/13 touring gear.
September 14, 2011
Plenty stiff and responsive to keep an alpiner happy, the Titan packs a lot of power into a relatively lightweight (four-pound, seven-ounce) package. Tourability is especially good for its category, thanks to its long range of fore-aft articulation in walk mode.
October 6, 2010
With its 130 flex, the Factor keeps hard-chargers happy and drives the fattest skis with authority. The new tour-ready ski/walk mechanism is sturdier than the original. The Factor comes with DIN sole blocks, which can be swapped out for AT blocks.
October 6, 2010
With its 130 flex, the Factor keeps hard-chargers happy and drives the fattest skis with authority. The new tour-ready ski/walk mechanism is sturdier than the original. The Factor comes with DIN sole blocks, which can be swapped out for AT blocks.
October 6, 2010
The new Mobe comes with the same sturdy ski/walk mechanism as the Hurricane, but thanks to its environmentally friendly Pebax shell, fewer chemicals are used in its production and it’s a touch lighter and stiffer. Its fixed, lugged sole is compatible with any AT binding.
October 6, 2010
The Endorphin, often attached to Marker Duke bindings, has been luring ever more alpiners into the backcountry since its debut a few years ago. It blends 130-flex support and performance with basic tourability—a comfy 103-millimeter last, a ski/walk mechanism, optional mountaineering soles, land ight weight.
October 6, 2010
Plake’s baby gets the most out of the cabrio construction. In walk mode, it has unusually long fore-aft flexibility for a natural stride. The Free version is quite substantial; the tech-compatible Tour a little lighter, with a 100-ish flex; the Lite, also with tech inserts, is the touring specialist.