The Scott Voodoo NTN Telemark Boot Review

I count myself very lucky to have skied the Scott Voodoo NTN since spring 2013, having been given the first factory line prototype. I have now skied through two later versions and really enjoyed the performance of the boot.

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Atomic Automatic Review

The Atomic Automatic - built for the light and fluffy. A surefire winner for Alpine Skiers, but how does this ski translate to the demands of telemark skiing?

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Blizzard Cochise Review

This handsome ski looks large and has a muscular frame with two metal layers within, so it’s unlikely to go soft on you too quickly…

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4FRNT EHP Review

4FRNT EHP Review

If you’re looking to add a ski to your telemark skiing quiver, then the EHP would surely fit the bill for those deep big mountain days, if you’ve got the legs for it…

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Garmont Prophet NTN Telemark Boot Review

The Phrophet NTN was designed by telemark guru Paul Parker, and his remit was to produce a powerful high end boot suited to resort downhill oriented skiing.

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Crispi NTN Evo Telemark Boot Review

Crispi have worked hard to address some initial teething problems. The boot has now been ‘synced’ with the binding system and is proving to be a popular option for powerfull telemark skiers.

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The NTN Debate

The NTN Debate

Favourite thing about NTN bindings? They release like normal bindings and come off in an avalanche, so you’re more likely to float to the top (if you pull your airbag!).

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Telemark Gear Reviews

With so few outlets selling a full range of telemark skiing equipment, and constant technological innovation, it’s difficult these days to make sure you make the right choice..

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