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  1. #226
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    Quote Originally Posted by seldon
    igneous. how bout a search?
    lol. search for "iggies"?? i would understand a search for a product name, but a word like "iggies" is not something i would have ever thought more than one person would say. i just thought it was a typo.

  2. #227
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    Dressing room at the ski area. Gear for 4 people.

  3. #228
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHISKA
    lol. search for "iggies"?? i would understand a search for a product name, but a word like "iggies" is not something i would have ever thought more than one person would say. i just thought it was a typo.
    Much to learn you have

    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=19965

    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/s...ead.php?t=7523
    I.Q.=36

  4. #229
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    yooper, which ski area?

    I learned to ski at Marquette Mountain.

  5. #230
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    Dynastar Omeglass WC 165 / P18s
    Dynastar Course WC 181 / P18s
    Dynastar Legend 8800 188 / P15s
    Dynastar Legend Pro 186 / P14s (soon to be ZRs)
    Stockli Asteroid / Freerides

    I think I need to add a more managable touring ski (178 Dynastar 8800), a GS ski that has intact edges (182 Dynastar Course Comp) and a ski for hardpack (184 Dynastar 8000). Then I'd be set.

  6. #231
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    Quote Originally Posted by yooper
    Dressing room at the ski area. Gear for 4 people.
    So...many...Markers...please make it stop.
    "I smell varmint puntang."

  7. #232
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    My small quiver:
    186 Spats/ p-12s
    163 Black Diamond Miras/ Freerides


    pretty insane size difference there huh...

  8. #233
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper Bones
    yooper, which ski area?

    I learned to ski at Marquette Mountain.

    Marquette Mountain it is!

  9. #234
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    Now I'm hopefully finished with this seasons turnover, so here is the updated quiver...

    188 Völkl AX4
    181 Scottybob bobtail
    188 Stiff BROtotype (to be changed to a new soft version for next season)
    190 Kneissl Tanker

  10. #235
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    Shown:
    Stockli Stormriders SS Pro's 186
    Volkl Karma 177
    Duke the dog

    Not shown:
    Volkl crossrangers 190
    K2 SLC spent
    K2 CV comps spent

    santa cruz heckler
    santa cruz blur
    bianchi s.a.s.s

  11. #236
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teletori
    181 Scottybob bobtail
    How do you like those? They look gorgeous with the wood grain.
    "Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, "Wow, what a Ride!"

  12. #237
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    Just got my quiver worked out...

    From right to left-
    177 Line 1260 with look bindings
    175 Arm-x BC (Armada ARV with different topsheet) with naxos
    170 volkl v-pro with solly 912

    I keep them at the foot of my bed to inspire good dreams



  13. #238
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    Quote Originally Posted by yooper
    Marquette Mountain it is!
    Yooper, Jumper Bones -

    I went to Michigan Tech and did plenty of Backcountry at Bohemia before it had lifts.... you boys been up there?

  14. #239
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    Quote Originally Posted by altagirl
    How do you like those? They look gorgeous with the wood grain.
    Yep, they are beutiful, and they rock on the piste.... Can carve tight turns very easy. They are Race flex, so they arent that versatile.

    But now almost all of my skiing is off-piste, so they dont see much use.
    Will try to sell them to help against a Soft BRO

  15. #240
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    188 K2 Mod X/ Marker 8.2
    180 Machete Soul/ P12's
    186 DP's/ P12's
    188 In-Big/Freerides
    Waiting on Stiff Bros to arrive/ P12Ti's

  16. #241
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    First post! Here's my flat's quiver (3 of us):



    L to R:
    Azonic Evolution
    DK Six Pack
    ...
    Kastle ?, 180
    Volkl 7.24 Pro, 177
    Crossmax 10, 170
    PE, 169
    G4, 178
    10.22, 188
    10:EX, 191

    Kastles were charity shop special - bargain at £5 including poles! Any help identifying the model?

    R
    Gambler would huck it

  17. #242
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    Finally took a pic...


  18. #243
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    Quote Originally Posted by StormDay
    Finally took a pic...

    why is the mounting point further back on the Sanook compared to the B3 for what appears to be the same size ski??
    More fucked up than a cricket in a hubcap

  19. #244
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crinkle
    why is the mounting point further back on the Sanook compared to the B3 for what appears to be the same size ski??
    Both are the std mounting pt for the ski. So, maybe someone from volkl would explain the reason.

    All I know is that the Sanouk seems perfect for me. I heart tree skiing. The sanouk rocks in the trees and does fine with big turns in open spaces.

    The Rossis are B4 (not B3). I guess for mrkting reasons or being too cheap Rossi used the B3 graphic.

    I only have a couple days on the B4s and I'm thinking about moving the mounting forward. I was warned they need to be broken in so need to few more days on them before any changes.

  20. #245
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crinkle
    why is the mounting point further back on the Sanook compared to the B3 for what appears to be the same size ski??

    its the Franco-Prussian debate all over again

    for reasons beyond my comprehension(it was explained somewhere on the intraweb) French ski companies ie Dyanstar, Salomon, Rossi have there mounting points further forward vs the more rearward mounting points of Austrian-German ski companies ie Volkl and Atomic. I think it has something to do with ball of foot vs boot center but I'm not sure
    For sure, you have to be lost to find a place that can't be found, elseways everyone would know where it was

  21. #246
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    Quiver update.

    Pistols and and short xxx`s belongs to ms.

  22. #247
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    my ever evolving quiver...



    Skis (left to right):

    Old K2 Enemas (sold to a friend...who seems not want to come and pick them up in this winter... )

    Brand new K2 Seth Pistols, 189cm, with Solly 914s (mounted 2cm forward, my new do-everything-allaround ski)

    Head Monster Im 103, 193 cm 02/03 model. Just sold those too. I had to take the picture before giving them up...it was a love/hate relationship...great skis, just a tad too stiff for me

    K2 Explorers (-99 model) with Riva Z:s(?)...crappy skis but so am I at tele.

    Boards (l to r):

    Hammer Pulp Series 163cm, -99? model. I remember it having great flex and pop. Heavy by today's standards though. haven't use it for couple of years.

    Wife's Burton Feelgood (Victoria Jealouse's model) 159cm, women's freeride board. Seems pretty good (haven't tested though)

    Old Burton Supermodel, -98? model. This was my pow gun for Epic February of -99 in verbier. I've totally killed that board but it has some memory value, I should get it hangin' on the wall or something...

    Behind the skis is the toy for summertime fun: Rocky Mountain Switch Ltd

    Missing: Head Mojo 80's 181cm 05/06 model that I should have got for the spring...still waiting for those to arrive

    Pistols might get freerides next year if I have the money to buy Gotamas...or then, on the other hand, Gotamas with freerides, hmmmmm...
    Last edited by Jiehkevarri; 04-01-2005 at 10:32 AM.

  23. #248
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    Quote Originally Posted by StormDay
    Finally took a pic...

    Do you think those x-screams would burn of you poured a lot of gas on them an lit 'em? (Prolly should change binders with those on the volkls first though)

  24. #249
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teletori
    Where'd you get that 7tm/Linken combo from? How's it ride?

    - Will
    My dog did not bite your dog, your dog bit first, and I don't have a dog.

  25. #250
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    Well, I am putting away my gear for the season , and decided to play this game.

    Here is the Huckwheat/Britney active Quiver.....including my "Spring Quiver" on the far right.


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