Kom Ski Package

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  • Kōm Ski

    $419.95

    The Kōm is a ski we have been working on for a few years, and the idea of it goes back to the start of Altai Skis. It’s a dedicated backcountry ski without many of the usual compromises. The Kōm can be skied with a downhill focus and it rises to lighter XCD touring use with a fun, stable feel.

  • Kōm Ski Package with Scarpa T4 Boots

    $849.25

    We are offering a package for the Kōm ski. The package includes, the Kōm, the Altai Skis 3 pin cable binding, and the Scarpa T4 boot. Normal price for these three items is $944.85, and our package price is $849.25.

  • Kōm Ski Package with Scott Excursion Boots

    $844.90 $759.25

    We are offering a package for the Kōm ski. The package includes, the Kōm, the Altai Skis 3 pin cable binding, and the Scott Excursion boot. Normal price for these three items is $844.90, and our package price is $759.25.

  • Scott Excursion Boots

    $300.00

    I first got a pair of Excursions when they came out about 15 years ago. They were one of the first light 2 buckle tele boots with a strong touring emphasis, and remain so today. Garmont has since sold their ski boot division to Scott, so what was formerly the Garmont Excursion is now the Scott Excursion. They have wisely kept the boot close to the original, with some minor changes in style, buckles and the tongue, which is stiffer then the original. This improves the overall flex of the boot, particularly in the toe bellows. Weight of the Excursion compared to the Scarpa T4 is quite close with the Excursion being a few ounces lighter (depending on size). The Excursions are a bit higher volume fit as well. The Scott boot shells change on the 1/2 size so 28 – 28.5  are the same shell size. Scarpas break on the whole size, so a 28.5 and a 29 would be the same shell size. Both the T4s and the Excursions are ideal for more aggressive bc touring and skiing, ideal for the Koms and for the more aggressive Hoks skiers that are cropping up these days.

  • 3 Pin Cable 75mm Binding

    $124.95

    I have been using the 3 pin cable since it came out in the 1980s. The binding is light, sturdy and reliable. One can tour with it in the free flexing 3pin mode (either unbuckle the cables or take them off),or lock in the cables for the more secure and powerful downhill mode. Add to this a double attachment for increased reliability in the backcountry and a weight of only 12 oz per ski and you have the ideal backcountry binding. We highly recommend this for the Kōm ski.

    If you plan to use the 3 pin cable on the Hoks please specify in the note section of your order and we will substitute the heel kit with the appropriate M6 screws for the inserts.