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11-18-2003, 10:39 AM #1
AT setup opinions (Seth, B3, Daddy)
So I'm in need of an AT setup this year, and will either get Naxo's or Freerides.
I need a ski to be my everday, mid-super-fat ski, and am somewhat torn between:
Seth Pistol 189
Tele Daddy 183
Tele Daddy scares me w/ it's short length, but maybe better for touring. I'm leaning towards SP, but have never been on one, so if anyone has input as to how they ski (phunk), I'd very very appurciate it. Is it super hooky? Too much sidecut? Too soft? Just right? Most of you know how I ski, but I'll probably be toning it down a bit this year. Not quite as many 30-footers, anyway
p.s. my fatties are the FFL Iggies, so I've pretty much got the straight fat category covered.
11-18-2003, 12:20 PM #2
Freerides + B3s for UT terrain, big turns, open bowls; more descent oriented
Freerides + Daddies for more touring/tree skiing/terrain versatilityThrutchworthy Production Services
11-18-2003, 12:21 PM #3
Why not 185 B3s? I know you haul ass and huck, but on a touring binding, in the b/c, after this last year? I'll bet Freerides and 185cm B3s would treat you niiiice. A little less weight too...Thrutchworthy Production Services
11-18-2003, 01:51 PM #4
Thanks for the input Yoss (gramps?). I don't really care about bindings, either will work--basically which one i can get cheapest
As for the 185 B3's, that's because all my friends will laugh at me on 185's Especially Professor. But I'd definitely think about them.
11-18-2003, 02:54 PM #5Originally posted by Particle
I don't really care about bindings, either will work--basically which one i can get cheapest
Somehow I have a feeling you'll be paying a lot less for yours, though...
11-21-2003, 04:37 PM #6
need quick input...
i think im leaning towards the TeleDaddy and the Naxo. Let's hear what ya think.
Anyone actually put any days on either this ski or binder?I fart in your general direction.