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  1. #1
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    FS: Zag Purist RX

    Bought these on an impulse, and now i realize they're not going to get any use. Brand new, never drilled. 181 cm, 122-85-111 with 2 sheets of metal and full rocker. Just looking to get back what I paid. $250 shipped.

    http://global.skipass.com/gearguide/...purist-rx.html

    http://translate.google.com/translat...al%26prmd%3Div

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    bump.........

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    bump, make an offer.

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    any pics? Trying to get an idea of what that rocker looks like....there's not much out there on these.

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    Here's some photos, The flex is pretty stiff.










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    Interesting shape. What's the purpose?

    Rockered, stiff, 85mm underfoot, no twin.

    Are they light?

    Just curious.

    Very mildly interested, although I'm pretty sure that space in my quiver needs to be filled with a twin.

    Edit: I read the links provided and I still don't really get it. I suppose a groomer-ish ski that can handle crappy offpiste conditions? They have a light version too, so that cuts against the touring argument, although I bet they'd still probably make a solid spring ski.
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    Yah, I figured they would be good off-piste at the resorts when there hasn't been much snow recently. And spring corn. And breakable/refrozen crust.....anything variable. Weight is (unofficially, from the manufacturer) 8.5 lbs.

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    bump, make an offer!!! These are brand-new skis!!!

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    why didn't you like them?

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