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Thread: The Quiver Pic Rerun Thread
02-11-2010, 01:09 PM #2476let it snoooow
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02-11-2010, 02:16 PM #2477
02-11-2010, 02:32 PM #2478Magic Mountain Freeride Team...bringing your grom's game to the next level.
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02-11-2010, 03:12 PM #2479
well i guess mine is a 103 but......STILL! FUCK ha
02-12-2010, 01:07 AM #2480140.5-117-129.5 seems perfect..
02-12-2010, 01:11 AM #2481
02-12-2010, 06:39 PM #2482
^jondrums, that setup seems killer. I am excited to test out my lhasas.
As far as fat everyday skis go, I have yet to ride the lhasas or XXL's as I mounted them up just before I got injured, and our base was only deep enough that I could feel good riding the bro models. So the 115 underfoot ski has been my everyday in icy hardpack moguls to waist deep blower.
02-13-2010, 10:20 PM #2483
02-14-2010, 10:01 AM #2484
I own more skis, but these are the pairs I basically use as my 2 ski quiver:
188 Rossignol S7, mounted on the 0 line
188 (189? - says that in the serial number but they seem to measure the same at the current 188) Rossignol RC 112 protos, mounted at +2 cm from the line
Skiing at a place like Whistler, I deal with a variety of conditions and terrain on any given day, and a significant part of powder days is not spent skiing pow at all. These 2 pairs give me enough versatility that I can't really go wrong. My choice is based not on depth of snow but by the the simple criteria of whether I can see and will be skiing more alpine, or if it's socked in and will be skiing more trees. But both pairs can do either fairly well.
02-15-2010, 08:37 AM #2485Just living the dream...
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- The Flat Middle West
Love the XXLs with the FKS 18..the orange is so sick
02-16-2010, 11:20 PM #2486
Since I picked up the S7's tonight, it felt right to update to the 2010 version of the quiver pic...Sorry for cluttered pic.
Left to Right:
185 Volkl Kuro w/STH 16's
195 Praxis Pow
188 Rossi S7 (soon to get STH 16's)
186 Volant Spatulas w/S914's
185 Armada JJ's w/S914 LAB's
187 Dynastar XXL w/PX15's
186 Rossi S3 w/S914's
179 K2 PE with P12's
186 Dynastar LP's (TGR hand-me-downs)
188 Salomon Gun w/S914's
183 Volkl Katana w/STH 16's
185 Rossignol Scratch Brigade w/S912 Ti's
190 Volkl Gotama (White Model)
189 K2 Kahuna (TGR hand-me-downs)
Last edited by Bandit Man; 02-17-2010 at 08:20 AM.
02-16-2010, 11:44 PM #2487
Figured I drool over so many other's quivers so often, I may as well post my own. My 2010 quiver:
180 BD verdicts w/ Dukes (Everyday + touring)
188 Rossi S7's (deeper than 6 inches or windblown)
Pretty simple, but not quite dialed yet. I would like to have this quiver:
D(C)'s whistler quiver. Pretty much perfect, but I would like to keep a touring setup of some kind.
Edit: I also think that single's quiver and jondrums lhasa/dynaduke combo are also pretty close to perfect.
02-16-2010, 11:48 PM #2488
Hey Bandit Man, those Rossi s6s look suspiciously like the s3s....
Love the fact that a satisfied JJ owner just bought a Rossi S7. Makes me feel less bad about my quiver overlap issues.
Seriously, though, I'd love to hear whether you end up preferring one over the other, or if that answer just depends on the conditions. I did a lot of hand wringing and coin flipping before picking the JJs over the s7s, and absolutely love the JJs.
Also, love my s3s, but haven't found that they really provide significant advantage over the JJs in any conditions. Maybe zipperlines.www.blistergearreview.com
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02-17-2010, 09:45 AM #2489
^^^^ You're correct, they are S3's not S6's. S7's are one of the few popular funshapes I have yet to dabble with. I do dig the JJ's and am quite curious to see how they compare with the S7's. We need some real snow before that can happen, though.
02-17-2010, 02:09 PM #2490Registered User
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- Feb 2010
158 Solomon Scrambler Hott-mess around, try new stuff ski (skied once a year)
171 Solomon 1080-First park ski (given to a friend)
174 Salomon Scrambler Hott-old groomer/night ski
176 Armarda AR6-Baddest ass park ski ever! Decent in light pow and trees too
183 Volkl Gotama-Sick ski for deep days, my everyday ski (rotates w/ AR6)
187 Salomon Scream 10-Groomer/rock ski
198 Rossi Viper z-my new toys!
205 Atomic ARC-for partying after the lifts quit turning
158 Rossi Axium supers
160 K2 four89
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02-17-2010, 02:47 PM #2491
here's my current quiver:
larger = http://i.imgur.com/fRcpH.jpg
left > right
183 volkl gotama w/ px12
176 head mojo 90 w/ mojo15
177 volkl g3 w/ tyrolia ?
i'm having a really tough time right now deciding what i wanna keep, let go, and transform into a possible touring ski since i have some new fritschi titanal 3 binders laying around... i have skins cut to fit the mojo 90s but i'm not sure i wanna put the fritschis on there and sacrifice their burly skiing ability... i'm contemplating selling everything and finding a ~100mm waisted ski with a bit of rocker on em (rossi s3?) and a set of dukes for a quiver of one... any thoughts?
02-17-2010, 02:54 PM #2492
I'd put the fritschis on the gotamas. If you're going to have a touring specific ski, don't get dukes. They ski better than fritschis, but they tour much worse."Nothing like a very, very amorous woman in a leg imobilizer who dozes off every 3 1/2 minutes."
02-17-2010, 03:21 PM #2493
02-17-2010, 03:52 PM #2494
167 '08 K2 Coombas, probably going with Dynafit, haven't made up my mind yet, no rush
169 '10 K2 Missbehaved, now mounted with Griffins
168 '05 Dynastar Nobis Inspired w/Look P12ti
168 '05 Dynastar Little Big Fat w/Cobra R8
167 '08 Miss Baker w/FR+
167 '07 Shuksan w/FR+
167 '03 World Piste w/Cobra R6
02-17-2010, 03:52 PM #2495
If you really want the quiver of one deal and you're not touring much, the duke/mojo combo might be just what you're looking for. Personally, I think a two-ski quiver is totally reasonable, especially when touring bindings are brought into the mix. If you decide to get dukes, read the care/feeding thread before you do. It seems like these things are about as high maintenance as my buddy's ex-girlfriend."Nothing like a very, very amorous woman in a leg imobilizer who dozes off every 3 1/2 minutes."
02-20-2010, 12:50 PM #2496Registered User
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- Nov 2009
Elizabeths and EP Pros, both with Jesters. EP Pro mounted at recommended, Elizabeth 1 cm ahead of recommended.
And yes, the brakes on the EP Pros are just as temporary as they look... I'm getting the proper size next week.
02-20-2010, 09:46 PM #2497Registered User
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- in washingtonish
02-21-2010, 01:11 AM #2498Registered User
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02-23-2010, 10:55 AM #2499
181 on3p blue steeles
186 on3p proto jbs
191 on3p wrens
191 on3p C&D
02-23-2010, 11:19 AM #2500"When the child was a child it waited patiently for the first snow and it still does"- Van "The Man" Morrison
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