Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Holy Grail telemark binding, will it be a reality or a myth?

Win a pair of Voile Switchback or Voile SX telemark bindings.
To enter leave a comment. Winners announced above. Contest complete.


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Winner of contest will be announced Dec. 1 2008. Winners announced above.

140 comments:

Voile-USA said...

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Kikkerts said...

I need a pair of switchbacks...

skipowpow said...

OOOOH. A binding hookup would be sweet!!

ivan said...

It looks like there is a shortage of switchbacks on the market, definitely it is the best telemark binding available...

JW said...

I always thought that the 3 Pin Hardwire CRB was the Holy Grail but now i'm pining for Switchbacks and of course some Asylums to put them on.
Of course I still have a pair of 188 Carbon Surfs in the plastic just waiting for some new bindings.
Not too bad an option in my opinion.

YTski said...

I'd love a set of SIMPLE. SOLID. - Switchbacks to mount on a new set of INSANES. The complexity of NTN's and "Grails" goes against the spirit of Telemark.

bob said...

Reality. Hey, reality is almost always complex and "heavy", right?

genuflector said...

I really like my 3-pin Hardwires but would love a pair of Switchbacks...

Rick said...

Like my t-shirt says: Simple. Solid. Backcountry.

FREE THE DREAM said...

I've had my eye on these all summer. Please pick me!

boyanboev said...

There is no such thing as holy grail. The beauty of the design is simplicity. Like the bicycle, it's the same for centuries. The perfect things are simple.

Lee Finstad said...

Awesome looking binding, would love to try it out. Big fan of all Voile products

BigJay said...

I think simplicity is sometime overlooked in the biz. Sometimes, you stick with what works and after all as been tryed and failed, simple design come back under the name "pure" or something.

How about: "Our stuff works. Period."

That's the way i like it. When companies switch design year after year, it doesn't make me believe in what they "just find out" and now it's the best thing ever... until next year...

nitsuj said...

Hope I win, I want to get into telemark this season!

danzor said...

keep rockin it voile. love the simplicity. you got the pivot where it belongs!

Paul said...

I'd be happy to have a pair of tele bindings to match my split decision. I guess I'll have to pick up some insanes to make them a little more useful though. :)

Stephen said...

Lightweight, affordable, sweet-pivot, simple, in a damn sexy looking binding. I would say call off the search because that sounds like a grail to me.

ikkin said...

why search for the holy grail when it already exists? switchback equals everything but step-in, and the only people who really NEEEEEED (vs. want, an important distinction) step-in are the inflexible and uncoordinated. :)

i NEED some switchbacks. :)

Ben said...

Did you say free bindings? Sign me up. Plus you gotta love that it's all made here in SLC!

Ancient Wasatch Warrior said...

I started backcountry skiing in the Wasatch Mts in 1981 (27 years ago). I have seen significant changes and improvements over the years.

I still have a pair of "Notched" Voile plastic plates with bungy cord heel clips from that period of time when it represented the "Holy Grail" of backcountry ski bindings. While I no longer use those old Voile bindings, they represent another step on the path toward these new Switchback bindings.

I'd love a pair of new bindings.

Eric Supancic said...

An evil empire run by unscrupulous vikings, and media outlets that seem to be controlled by this evil empire, want you to believe that a "Holy Grail" of telemark bindings exists. Real Telemarkers know the truth....the "Holy Grail" is not a physical object, but the bloodline of Voile, our saviors of modern telemark. For decades, these evil Birkebeiners persecuted the Voile family for producing reliable, lightweight, simple, and inexpensive telemark bindings and equipment. The Voile family found sanctuary in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah where they developed superior equipment for the modern telemarker. Even today, Voile continues it's innovation by hand crafting superior bindings, skis, and other equipment like shovels and probes - right here in the USA. Telemarkers need not venture out on piste crusades in search of a myth propagated by the Evil Empire....they simply need to get some Voile Switchback or SX telemark bindings and ski today!

Peter Radue said...

Why wait. The future is now.

evan said...

Hi Voile, I paid retail for and beat up your switchback binings 3 out of 5 weekends from jan through june in the backcountry of the Front range colorado Gnar. They fell off far less frequently than my old floppy cable G3s, the high heels are especially sexy, and they are ready for more abuse. This binding made me more friends, especially 'on powder days', because I could break twice as much trail as I could the previous winter. About late march I had to make a very difficult decision about when to transfer my switchbacks from my fat winter skis to the spring steep corn skis, such that I would miss the minimal number of surprise powder days on the fatts. Some of my ski buddies think i'm an awesome telepine crud skier and encouraged me to simply break the bank and buy some AT gear, and go extreme full throttle. Until now I have appeased their pestering and flattery with mention of the brilliant rumor that Voile will release a holy grail binding. I'm running out of telemark defenses. It would be infinately easier to defend my steep free heel ways,
http://evinem.blogspot.com/2008/06/satisfaction.html,
if the most responsible and patriotic BC ski company would sponsor my fat and naked winter skis skis with a new pair of switchback bindings. In return for such generosity I would represent Voile by plackarding stickers on my bicycle, my banjo, my other bicycle, random cars, etc. I might even resist my urge to brandish stickers which proclaim "nobody cares that you telemark"

P.S. (I'd settle for the pro's price on the 180ish 4hole insanes with switchbacks, but I'd have to contact my agents about the stickering and free advertising)

Anonymous said...

I could use another set of great bindings for my new skis Prior Overlords that I just got. They would be great combo and besides what could be better but to have the "Holy Grail telemark binding" mounted on some Prior Overlords...
Need I say more.TKS

JEB said...

switchbacks+wasatch= holy grail

Will said...

It is excellent to see telemark equipment that works properly the first time around. The switchback is one of the most well engineered, user friendly bindings (tele or AT) that I have had the joy of using. A bit more rocker launch than I would prefer, but overall, a terrific binding that I am very happy to see made locally here in Utah. Hopefully I'll win a pair and find some money for the new Asylum skis.

Anonymous said...

i have been using voile bindings since leather was in, 3 pins were all we had. I just cam across my old plastic plate add ons w/ the bunge heel, that brought back some memories on long and straight. these new kids don'y know how good they have it. every pair of skis we have, all dozen or so, I really should make a new chair with some of the older ones, all have CRB release plates. When something works this good, why change. My holly grail would be a releasable switchback, and I'm sure when you have it right we'll get it.

Happy Trails and keep up the great production of fool proof gear.
shovels, probes, skis and binderss, it's all good.
Teledaddy

Troy said...

My friend got the Switchbacks for Christmas last year. He let me take them for one lap, they are awesome not a want but an absolute need. Please pick me oh please pick me as the winner!!

mchammer said...

Great bindings! I used to be able to keep up with all my AT buddies when they were breaking trail. Now I have to break more trail, but it's worth it. The swithcbacks held up to the pacific northwests heavy wet snow and never had any issues. Not the same for my friends with the G3 ascents. Most has switchbacks on their feet by the end of the year!

Rob T said...

I'm getting older and I need to keep up with the kids on the skin in. Anything to help with weight reduction and less resistance is for me. Sign me up for the Voile Switchback.

jerry said...

swoosh...swoosh...swoosh...swoosh...in two month the powder turns begin.
With Voile Switchbacks on my feet, i will leave less on the climb up.

swwooosh...

Roy said...

I would love to win and mount a pair of Switchbacks on my Karhu XCD Guides.

new2tx said...

Elegant simplicity, lightweight and popwere, it doesn't get much better than this

Olivier said...

Please make the myth become reality and the Switchbacks become mine!
I'm planing to come from France to spend the 2010 winterseason at Snowbird, and honestly, made in SLC bindings would look fine on my skis to ride the Wasatch.

Baub said...

Voile RULES the Backcountry!!!

Dave_R said...

Reality for some, as they are content with something simple and solid- they are happily skiing their butts off. Myth for others, as they will always want just one more feature.

I'd rather be chasing the winter storms than some elusive "Holy Grail".

Releasibility is nice when it's deep and dicey, but it's way too heavy for summer skis. A pair of Switchbacks for my corn planks would be just the ticket.

jari amann-burns said...

I love Voile

Jason Burton said...

To paraphrase Indiana Jones when searching for the holy grail: "Now that's the binding of a tele skier."

joediful said...

reality of course........but more importantly, a legend.

billorbitz@hotmail.com said...

this binding will really help my skiing! greater rigidity, less fatigue uphill. i love the simple design.

Vadim said...

I don't ski in the backcountry, but have enjoyed using Voile bindings exclusively for the last 9years and I'm eager to try the Switchbacks on some gnarly east coast horror.

Stan said...

JUST DO IT!!!!....oh sorry, wrong company,any way,feel free to pick me,always happy with Voile,Thanks TeleStan

jnmaloof@ucdavis.edu said...

Love my 3pin hardwire releasables. Would enjoy checking out the Switchback or SX

rondo80525@yahoo.com said...

... our telemark bindings will deliver you to your backcountry kingdom with power, ease and durability. Fresh tracks and winter wanderlust has always been our quest and Voile telemark bindings will get you there... and back.

Ben said...

Ooohh I can feel the snow coming! It's in the air I swear!

Brent said...

The old saying is: "Strong - Light - Inexpensive - choose two" but in touring tele bindings the Switchback gives all three.

spencer said...

Love the 3-pin HWs but would love to try a pair of the Switchbacks! Love the advertising approach - just like your bindings, simple and to the point...

Jon L said...

Wow! Just read about the new Voile SX telemark bindings. Very cool. While I will reserve judgement on whether they are the Holy Grail, I do think they will be the Ark of the Covenant in getting me off my butt and back into the backcountry this season after a long hiatus due to gear tech overload. Thanks, Voile!

steve York said...

I've worked in Ski shops for 30 years and voile continually provides bindings that are light under foot, provide great ski control and rarely fail, usually for a lot less powder dollars than the other guys.The new sx incorporates some "modern toe box design" that should satisfy even the most burly pinheads.

Shirs said...

What's the obsession with complication? The switchbacks rock and it's all because of their simplicity....did you guys hire some German engineers?

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free2heel said...

'nuff said, just gimme the goods
:-)

stormy4614 said...

I dont know if they are the holy grail, but they sure look like they could be. I'd love to be skiing on some

タイスケ said...

The SX had looked attractive even before you advertised it on the magazine.
I ordered it three months ago in Japan and look forward to trying it.
Please do not delay shipping.

Kickinghorse70 said...

I'd love to switch out my current bindings for a sparkling new set. Sign me up!

Sugarbusher said...

Simplicity matched with power? Who wouldn't want this setup!

Renelle said...

I am just recovering from back surgery all in the name of being able to continue my beloved backcountry skiing! Don't I deserve to win after all I've been through? :) :) :)

The Yorkins said...

Voile has always been the icon for telemark skiing. Great job guys!

UQ Med said...

Darn-tootinest finest BC bindings I've seen this side of the Green River. I wouldn't mind putting these through their paces.

WillD said...

I love the look of the binding. Simple, streamlined, sexy. I just wish we could shed a few more ounces. 2-10 seems a bit heavy for such an elegant piece of technology. Heck the lockdown crowd can beat that by a pound!

Still, I'd love to add a pair of these to my touring skis. Sexier than the old superloops by a mile!

davebum said...

I need a pair!

teleygraham said...

I have skied on a pair of Switchbacks for over 70 days down here in the southern hemisphere at least 5 hours a day touring, turning and lift bashing. I switch them between my Insanes and Worlds thanks to inserts and cant say enough about the skiability and tourability of this simple light and super functional binding. Now my 13 year old son needs a pair to keep up with his old man. Thanks Voile been skiing and using your stuff for over 20 years now.

patrick.lowkes said...

If my wife had a pair I wouldn't feel as guilty sneaking out of the house...

steve rhinefrank said...

love the idea behind these bindings. more simple, more better. not looking to buy new boots or gear that makes backcountry repairs more difficult. thanks kids !!

Alberto said...

I think that the strength and simplicity of these telemark bindings will be successful as has happened in backcountry skiing with the Dynafit TLT bindings!

Nice work! ;-)

Chris Simmons said...

I was completely excited by what NTN promised: more control, step in and step out, releasable. I'm over it - its ridiculous that a NTN set up outweighs my randonee ride. So I'm stoked to use a pair of Switchbacks and keeping it simple and solid.
Chris

Jennifer Rodriguez said...

I would quit snowboarding for a chance at the holy grail--the epitome of spiritual enlightenment.

SS said...

Gotta love the voile style. No catalog full of shiny new things, no add claiming all your wildest dreams will come true. Just solid, killer products that speak for themselves.

Backcountry.it said...

I would like them...

Foxy Broccoli said...

I skied on the voile-switchback all last season..and damn it was a good winter here in the Wasatch! I'm not the strongest telemark skier out there...in fact I'm much better on the climbs due to my ultrarunning habit in the "other season". Needless to say the switchback was a dream come true on the uphill, and it's lightweight, simple, construction was perfect for me! I would love another Switchback binding to mount on a pair of Voile Insanes! Keep up the great work and thanks for treating women skiers with equal respect - no reference to "pink" colors or "flowery" designs found here. Just simple, solid backcountry gear for women who earn their turns!

fredrikbergstrom said...

Wow,
I would be very happy if I could be the winner in this contest,

I promise to handle the bindings with love and respect when exploring mountains in Norway and Sweden.

I keep my fingers crossed,
Cheers
Fredrik Bergstrom

Boff said...

My tele bindings are old and pathetic :( How nice it would be...

tele til yer smelly- kelly said...

a pinhead from hell
in search of the holy grail
voile-i-luia!

George said...

Yep. sure would be nice to get my woman on a pair of these....
Nice binding...

gearmonger said...

While a certain competitor seems to feel that the notion that over-complicated and expensive binding systems are the future of telemark skiing, Voile sticks to it's guns and does what it's always been the best at. Simple, reliable backcountry gear.

Thanks for keeping it real Voile. You have a dedicated customer in me.

Paul said...

There will (hopefully) always be the promise of something better in the future, but I need a good affordable binding now!

Steve Gabbard said...

They might be the Holy Grail, or at least better than sliced bread. I am liking mine better than just about any binding I have used, but I could use another pair!!!

Sylvie said...

Light, smart design.

Tom said...

How much more control would I have with these than with some old Black Diamond Pitbulls?

UrbanWorkbench said...

These bindings would be the perfect surprise for my tele-wife!

FlowerPower said...

Simple Solid tele skier seeks Simple Solid binding for backcountry adventures, maybe more. Must fit size 23 boot. Voile Switchback Womens--are you the one for me? Please reply soon!

RABarrett said...

Nice and simple design.
So easy a caveman can do it.

whitehonky said...

It will be a reality. Is it a reality now? Perhaps.... the Switchback is as close as we have - yes, I think it's closer than NTN, as it currently stands. Better durability track record, Simpler design, Lighter weight, current boot compatible, reasonable active pivot location, simple elegance. What is it missing? DIN rated release and step-in capability. NTN has neither of those as well (still need to pole-tip a button to step-in), and offers heavier weight, user-specific boots, and new unproven binding tweaks.

The holy grail is out there. There are two approaches - complexity or simplicity. I wonder which path Voile will take? I see the holy grail being a simpler path that someone has yet to see. I think Voile might see it first. Until then, we have the Switchback.

Ce said...

these bindings are dead sexy! hook me up please!

Yelohaus said...

New Voile bindings on a new pair of Insanes would drive me crazy... snow crazy! Hmm, can we have that ski give-away again too please? :)

Scot and Alex said...

I like Cake.... Chocolate Cake... Well I guess any cake really. I mean, who doesn't like cake?? Everyone loves cake! If there were cake every Monday at work... I wouldn't mind going to work to sit in a cubicle all day... If there were cake. Those layered cakes are the really good ones... with the frosting in between the layers... mmmm, cake...

Knee to the ski!!!!!

gearhead said...

Holy Voile - I have been looking for a lightweight and reliable binding and here it is. Thanks for making an efficient back to basics model. There is nothing more heavenly than floating through powder and your less is more approach is the essence of sole bliss.

Tim said...

I would love new bindings! Please and thank you...

Yeoman said...

Skied my switchbacks for the first time yesterday, very much not disappointed. The up was incredible and the downhill was just about what I'm looking for. Drove a fat ski quite well. I've got a new fav in the quiver.
no wonder there is a shortage.

Carl Simmons said...

Switchbacks, the question is, what skis would you mount them on as I wish to Race in Jan 09.

Maybe a set of Stockli Laser SC

Any Ideas!!!

NatuReel said...

I am very impressed with the everything Voile stands for. Thank you for sharing the passion and providing some of the best innovative back country equipment on the market. I already spread word of all the cool Voile products.

Aaron said...

I would like a pair of these for free before I have to go out and buy them...

moonbeam said...

switchback binding gives
simple choice: live the solid
ever-searching life

Anonymous said...

Simple, yet devestatingly effective! telemon ross

michelle said...

I LOVE all the voile bindings I have ever owned! You guys rock! ~m

thezoltar said...

Good old fashioned superior customer service and innovative products. I'm definitely not in my last pair of Voile skis! Long live the Switchback!!!

JanTR said...
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Dave Reed said...

voile has been an all-around outstanding company from the get-go, and their stuff reflects that attitude.

JanTR said...

Being a skier branching out from nordic racing, I've always believed that real skiers ski uphill, so I would love a pair of switchbacks!

AspenLogik said...

Switchbacks on Insanes for skiing the Western Uintas......or anywhere!

Kevin89 said...

I want those bindings, I need them,it would be psychologically damaging if I don't get them.
If my wishes are not met it will prectiptate me into a pit of despair so deep so dark that I might start uttering swear words like "G3" or other abominations like Rotta-something or other.

Telemon said...

50 years ago my dad set me loose on the slopes of some fiendish terraced reservoir near Syracuse, NY. With his childhood depression- era pine-board Northlands and no poles, no ski boots and a leather strap between me and my transporters, I launched into a new world never to return the same. Now in back roads Colorado, and still a free-heeler, I still subscribe to the axiom "It's the economy of weight, stupid".
Thankfully, Voile and their Switchbacks are here to free us from the bondage of encumbrance!

CKG said...

Holy Grail? Of course not - Voile will have a even better idea in a few years. All the same, I'd love to replace my VP-II's with the Switchbacks after I win!

Doug D said...

Performance is good.

Simplicity is better.

Free is best!

Eric A said...

OMG, I want to try these! I need more gear! I am such a whore.

gToe said...

Yup yup... gimme some of those sweet switchbacks and I promise to break a nice easy trail for you.

Oh, and if you wanna throw them on some Insanes for me, I'll pay ya the difference! That would be one mighty fine set-up that would, yup yup.

Craig said...

I have skied every month so far in 2008 within 75 miles of my home in Kalispell, Montana. I'm living the endless winter dream! It's not easy skiing every month.

It would be pretty nice to have a pair of new bindings after this year of hard skiing. Check out my journey at www.GlacierLife.com for proof.

Craig

Joshual. Carroll said...

I have been drooling over these bindings since I first saw them. A simple yet ingenious idea. I will be buying a pair if I don't win a pair. My boss is going to be upset if I don't get some soon. They think the puddle on my desk reflects poorly on the business.

rokkitan said...

I wasn't terribly impressed with the looks, but Switchback seems the best compared to G3 Ascent and BD O1. Low price (or free:-) seems unbeatable. I'd love a pair of these for my touring skis.

Tim said...

I may get back into tele full time with gear like that. Keep it real tech guys.

laura said...

heck yes.

FORJSP said...

Yes please

Pierre said...

New bc bindings for my wife would make a sweet X-mas gift. These look simple, light and strong. ++++++++++

bh said...

Voile, is the Holist of Holy when it comes to direct precise heel retention. Battleship built for the premiere soft snow tools, with Voile you are forever going off-pise not to be confused by being pissed-off because other Holy Grail seekers had gear problems using gear stamped Made in Norway or Italy? Voile = falline. Steep Falline = Holy Grail stability. "Voile" Grail seekers! Keep looking? If want to unlock your inner Falline then strap on a pair Voile binders and the Holy Grail will be with you.

Chris@ said...

Simplicity

mateo said...

Hey, I am loving the switchbacks and insanes but am switching to NTN asap 'cause I really need new boots and can't wait to get rid of the duckbills. You guys should create something great to work with the duckbutts -- will switch back to Voile bindings if it's lighter and better than Rott's.
Cheers
M

Donald Stumm said...

I have always used Voile as my choice of bindings. This will continue as time goes by. I have never had a reason to "Switch". My only question now will be which ones to choose from for my next set up ... I hope Switchbacks are the answer. I may get my answer December 2008!!!

irv said...

The best product out there !!!!

Thomas said...

The fact that it is nearly impossible to find a pair of these used should be a good indication of how much folks like them.
A sweet deal, can't wait to break through 2 feet of fresh with these!

Jeremy said...

Can I append my praise for the Switchback with a product request?

How about a ski crampon that clips/slides onto the base of the toebox? Yeah, I know you already make a nice fixed universal crampon, but the Switchback seems like a natural candidate for a hinged design that you can swap in or out without getting out of the binding.

Dan (dand76@juno.com) said...

I am returning to tele skiing after years off the slopes. From what I hear and read, these are the bindings for me. I can't wait to screw a pair of Switchbacks onto my new tele boards!

Ben said...

The holy grail may be a myth, but these bindings are for real.

WeeDiddy said...

I'm digging my HD CRBs but would love to try that Switchback!

Black Diamond Babe said...

The Switchbacks are the Holy Grail!

Samson Phan said...

just picked up a pair of CRB's! anyone have an opinion?

Paul Moos said...

Have been using Voile products since the beginning of telemark time. Remember those plastic plates to go under 3 pins and the floppy leather boots? Yup - still kicking around the shed somewhere. Old style release plates - Yup - ever since my skis sucked me down and away in a slab release. Newer CRB's - Yup - several pairs mounted up. The switchback looks simple and secure - Yup!

Gabe said...

The beauty of the holy grail is that it will always elude those who seek it out. But that does not prevent folks from searching. This leads to exploration and new ideas. Hmmm, new ideas...I like new ideas. Of course, the 3-pin hardwire is hardly a new idea, but Dang! It makes sense. So keep searching and sharing what you find with us, please.

EP said...

I can see myself rockin' the great outdoors in these sleek hookups!

Travis Bellantino said...

"Holy Grail telemark binding,I would love to drop a knee and take a drink of blower pow.The switchback is for me...

Lisa said...

I need switchbacks!!

pete said...

The Switchback makes me giddy!

Kyle R said...

3-pins hard wires have been my own holy grail since i left the dark side of single planking and stepped into heel freed life of dropping knees.
If Voile says these bindings could be the holy grail of tele bindings, I will damn well believe it. Havent dropped knees the wrong way yet!

jim sutton said...

Actually, the Holy Grail was discovered almost 15 years ago in December of 1993; after 2 travelers skinned for 2 plus hours over a narrow reach of cornice and stone. To this day it remains a guarded secret to the few who venture beyond the norms of the flat track.

P.S. I could get there a hell of lot easier with a pair of switchbacks.

Mattias said...

I was tempted to say
"No, there will never be a Grail"
but if you add releasability to the Switchback, that just might be it!

Dave said...

Whenever I see the voile add about the Holy Grail I instantly think of some dude from monty python wandering around the desert wondering why his brand new NTN's won't lead him to water. As a stay at home Dad I don't get out as much as I used too, but on Saturday was able to skin from my back door on my Carbon surfs with 3pin hardwire releasables and ski 4000 ft of knee deep pow back to my door. Life is good!, now if only I had the switchbacks I could have done another lap before putting my kid to bed. Cheers ! Dave

Clydesdaleclass71 said...

The Switchback has been the talk of the granola crunchers this year. We're STILL waiting for the snows in the Sierra's, but I hope to be able to devote some time soon to a set-up w/ the new Switchbacks unbeknownst to my snowboard... Shhh, don't tell her though; she doesn't like it when she sees me near other planks.

Jamesp said...

I want the switchbacks. Simple.

ajb said...

solid equipment for those who don't want to wait for the next big thing.

fullnelson said...

A pair of std rod Switchbacks would be great. My friend bet me that I couldn't find a pair of tele bindings for less than a hundred dollars that were any good, so if you help me win this contest, not only do you gain a new convert, you help me whup him good, at which point I gain further bragging rights, word spreads like wild fire, and before you know it, my long list of backcountry friends are buying Voile bindings! Corporate revenues skyrocket, R&D expands and designs even better next generation bindings and the cycle continues...

Anonymous said...

we have skied with an old friend who went with the switchbacks last year and loves them.