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I used to think the knee pads for just for tele skiers.Then my fixed-heel brother put his knee into a tree at a ski resort.So I decided to get knee pads for glade skiing.On the advice of my only remaining tele partner (although even he is getting a Dynafit setup now), I bought these knees. Very light, very comfy, very stable (no slipping), very unobtrusive overall.Hint (from my tele friend): put them *over* your long underwear but *underneath* your Schoeller pants. (Otherwise, too much snow gets into them.)

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This shovel is very lightweight, but at the penalty of only a few ounces over the very lightest shovels on the market (i.e., Voile XLM as well as BCA's own fixed-length version of the Tour), you also get a telescoping shaft. The blade is still small, but has an effective shape. Overall, a nice weight compromise between the very smallest shovels on the market and the more full-sized options.
(Picture is of me using the shovel for some snowpit work near Mt Hood.)

Light, but Long

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