Ski Mountaineering Package
FREE SHIPPING POLICY
We believe in getting gear to you at no additional cost. For all orders $100 we will ship to you for free.
Free Economy Shipping: Orders will be shipped by the most appropriate method for their size and destination, but will be delivered within 10 to 14 business days. Orders shipped to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Canada or anywhere else outside of the lower 48 states also do not qualify and you will be sent and invoice for the additional shipping charge before the item is sent.
Outside of the US: For an additional fee we do ship outside of the continental United States. We will research the best possible way to get your gear to you and will even cover some of the cost. All additional shipping is assessed after the order is placed.
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At Cripple Creek we want you to be totally satisfied with your purchase. All of our products can be returned provided they are still in new condition with the original packaging within 30 days of purchase.
If products were to be returned visibly used, damaged, or without their original packaging we reserve the right to charge a restocking/refurbishment fee to make the product sellable again or, in rare cases refuse the return.
If the returned order qualified for our free shipping policy the original shipping fee will be deducted from the price of the refund.
Ship it back to us at:
Cripple Creek Backcountry
582 Highway 133
Carbondale, CO 81623
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Ski: DPS Cassiar 95 Tour1
Boot: Scarpa F1
Binding: Atomic Backland
As a general rule in 2018, the more time you spend in the backcountry, the more you appreciate lightweight gear. However, it hasn’t always been this way. Modern touring equipment delivers the confidence inspiring performance you want and need in the backcountry, all at a weight you wouldn’t believe a decade ago. With this package you will not only be able to ski more laps, but your legs will be fresher for that coveted descent!
Let’s start with the planks. The guys over at DPS are known to nerd out when it comes to constructing skis and their lightweight Cassiar Tour1 is no exception. Weighing in at a slender 1375 grams (178cm), but maintaining its stiffness with carbon fiber, this ski is light and strong. They really nailed the shape too. 95mm underfoot is narrow enough to reduce drag on the skin track but wide enough to help you float on the deepest of days. Camber underfoot distributes energy along the length of the ski along coupled with a long (and strong) effective edge gives you the control you need when conditions aren’t as soft. Long story short, this ski is super light but still has the ability to handle any condition the backcountry throws at it.
For the boot I went with the Scarpa F1 for three reasons: uphill ability, downhill performance, and overall comfort. 62 degrees of racelike cuff articulation and a weight of 1230g (size 27) gives an unbelievable amount of freedom on the uphill. When it’s time to ski, enjoy a speedy transition and comfortable feet thanks to Scarpa’s Intuition liner. The F1’s progressive flex is more than capable and will have you smiling ear to ear on the downhill. In a backcountry setting the F1 delivers no matter how aggressive the skier.
To round out this lightweight but capable package is the Atomic Backland Binding. Built with a simple metal on metal interface, fixed retention ‘U’ springs, and a sensical hole pattern, this binding gets the job done at a weight of 297g. Whether you’re skiing steep couloirs or bottomless pow you need to have confidence in your binding, the Backland achieves that goal.
So If you’re looking for that dedicated backcountry setup that can handle it all at a weight that will keep you skiing all day, this setup might just be the perfect one for you. If you would like to alter this setup or design your own email us at firstname.lastname@example.org