Proper ski binding mounting procedures are essential for you to get the full safety, enjoyment and performance out of your ENZO R bindings. These bindings should be mounted by certified professionals.
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We tend to get lazy at the end of the ski season. Weather shifts the parameters of our imagination, and our gear gets neglected as the stoke for fresh turns gets replaced with other enthusiasms. Sure, there is still spring skiing, and it’s a total blast. But unless conditions are ripe for the picking, we find ourselves sizing up trail conditions more than corn cycles. Invariably our skis go bye-bye for the summer, and are long forgotten till snow flies again in the fall.
Any swarthy backcountry skier or mountaineer knows a good snow saw needs to have virtues that go beyond the snow pit walls. The utilitarian side of a worthy saw means that it can cut through not only snow, but ice, wood, and in the case of Genuine Guide Gear’s latest strength factor, bone. So it should come as no surprise that G3 named its very capable, but streamlined snow tool, the Bonesaw.
While the shovel, beacon and probe are considered the holy trinity of backcountry essentials, the workhorse partner—along with skis and boots—is the skin. You can curse yourself for forgetting a probe or a sandwich, but if you don’t have skins, you’re simply not going skiing. Unlike safety tools, skins require a little more attention. Care and maintenance go a long way in having a positive backcountry experience.
While avalanche probes are an essential element in the holy trinity of companion rescue, they also have the additional practical applications in snow science and safe backcountry travel protocols. And, it just so happens, that G3’s flagship product was, in fact, the avalanche probe.
Backcountry skiers want the best of both worlds. They want a binding that tours and a binding that skis. The Onyx does both. Well. An ideal tool for resort- or trail-based adventure, its special design not only makes it unique from other tech and carriage bindings, but those differences enhance its overall usability, and celebrates both uphill ergonomics and downhill performance.
The verdict is in on metal avalanche shovels. When time and tenacity matter, high-tensile aluminum can be implicitly trusted over plastic. Over the last decade the collective body of evidence from avalanche pros have concluded the only dependable shovel is a metal shovel. Here’s why we use metal in all our avy shovels.