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  1. #4301
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    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeJ View Post
    I have the exact same Noctas (although I'm ditching the 185's and have some new 190's coming in the mail). I'm curious, given that context, how do you like those Atris?
    Cant say yet as the atris and the nocta are new additions for this season. Hoping that combo with shifts works out and can use them when traveling, touring, resort and sled skiing. Howd you like the 185 Noctas?


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  2. #4302
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skiwald View Post
    Cant say yet as the atris and the nocta are new additions for this season. Hoping that combo with shifts works out and can use them when traveling, touring, resort and sled skiing. Howd you like the 185 Noctas?
    Ahh, I just noticed you mounted Shifts on both. I'm doing the same on my new 190 Noctas. I really like the 185's (got to use them a ton last March), but as they are progressively mounted I just wanted a little more ski in front of my boot. If I wasn't heading to Japan in January I probably wouldn't have bothered, but that just seems like such a perfect setup for Hokkaido.

  3. #4303
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    That is a sweet graphic of St. George slaying the Dragon.

    My junk...

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    Fischer Bigstix 106 180
    Rossi E98 188
    Salomon Sandstorm 101 186
    Volkl Grizzly 89 184
    Rossi Super 7's 115 195
    Dynastar Legend Pro 95? 194 (x2)
    Stockli Asteroid ? 186?
    Rossignol W's DH 215
    PM Gear Lhasa Pow 186


    Nothing fancy, just stiff, gofast boards for me.

  4. #4304
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    Not the best pick but it will do for now.

    184 WSD Superior 112 need bindings (car incident last winter I had to sale them.

    184 Wagner 109 underfoot getting FKS Geeze Toe

    186 Volant Spatula looking for look ZRs to work with previous mounts

    191 Wubanger/WSD 125 underfoot flat camber Will get FKS

    187 WSD Espresso 111

    183 Rossi Axioms

    190 Igneous FFF my favorite classified find of all time its awesome

    183 Volant Huckster (ski swap find)

    188 Dynastar Big

    184 Bluehouse ski

    183 WSD Espresso 98
    If ski companies didn't make new skis every year I wouldn't have to get new skis every year.

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  5. #4305
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    The Quiver Pic Rerun Thread

    Skier: 57, 160 lbs, 60+ days, with season passes at Mt Baker and Whistler.

    Often leave 2-3 skis at Whistler (were there every weekend) and keep another 1-2 pairs in rocket box for midweek Baker days. Hence the overlap.

    Boots: Dalbello Krypton 130s (2 pairs) and Dalbello Lupo 120s for bc.

    2018/19 quiver......5 skis:

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    182cm Moment PBJ + Jesters (@ -5) - daily driver, no new snow, fast ripping on groomers

    181cm Icelantic Nomad 105 + Dukes (@ -5.5) - daily driver, 105 waist good for sidecountry, my do everything ski, minimal 2mm camber is awesome

    181cm Icelantic Nomad 115 +Jesters (@ -6) - pow at Whistler, a bit of camber for steep sketchy entrances on pow days, may throw Dukes on these

    181cm Moment Meridian 117 + Jesters (@ -5.5) - these replaced my 4FRNT Renegades, fast/fun rockered for fast, smeary, riding on the pow

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    181cm 4FRNT InThaynes + Jesters (@ -5.5) - rockered but not so wide as the Meridians for porpoisy skiing in the pow

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  6. #4306
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    181 CD104L ATK Freeraider 14, touring
    182 CD114 Salomon Shift, touring+sidecountry
    180 Bonafide, harder snow
    181 Qst106, soft snow between rocks
    188 Legend X106, DD
    Gotama 186, for sale.

    Hawx xtd 120 & Head Raptor rs130

  7. #4307
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    After being one of those guys with 15+ pairs, it feels good to have a reasonable quiver.
    181 presters, sth2 16s
    181 Kartel 98s, sth2 16s
    188 pb&js, sth2 13s
    181 Jeffrey 114s, sth2 16s
    184 Billy goats, sth2 16 cast plates
    181 Jeffrey 122s, fks 155s (either to be replaced by sth2s or changed to wtr AFDs)

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  8. #4308
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    My quiver looked a lot like that at one point

  9. #4309
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    Tidying up the cellar and its been a while since I did this last time. Some of this gear makes me feel old...

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    L > R
    168cm Kstle BMX 118 2013 for the wife

    189cm Down CD 114L 2018 going to replace the slot the MTN Labs are going to leave and may be 50% inbound days as well.

    184cm G3 Tonic 2009? everyday tourer and last couple of years dds more often than not.

    184cm Salomon MTN Lab 2016 selling them

    190cm Down CD 3 Carbon 2014 selling them. Got them to replace the XXLs. Best ski in the line up for sidecountry, just for the times it gets chopped up/hard I never felt as comfortable on them as with the XXLs. Just couldn't get the tails to behave as I really wanted to on hard snow

    194cm Down CD 1 Carbon 2014 Wardens were the dumbest idea ever. Awesome for the couple of deep days per season, but they are the heaviest skis in this line-up. I never lugged them up a mountain once

    194cm Dynastar Legend XXL 2008 DDs until last 2 seasons, when back problems meant I needed something lighter. When the back feels up to it, I still grab them before all others

    198cm Salomon X-Wing Labs 2008 I looked so hard for this ski, found it used 2010. I love it, take it out once a season. Quite slarvy in everything but piste. Getting back to the lifts, it only goes straight. Even though its got more side cut than the XXLs, if you put it on edge, it just carries on going straight. Only difference is Im lopsided going straight.

    200cm Forktree Skis FrankenQuaddump 2010ish? Yeah, I don't know what I was thinking. Only used it 3 times. Wanted a Big Dump with M1111 Fishtail and all in 200cm please

    186cm Line Prophets 100 2006 Sentimental value

    206cm Dynastar G9 Coupe haven't got a clue, were given to me from the shop as they were going in the bin. Needed something for longboard days.

    I really wanted to like the MTN Labs, but they ski too short. Look at the binding mount compared to the g3 tonics (same length). For someone lighter they'd be great, but as soon as its above ankle I sink like a submarine. In anything other than that they were great. Light but stiff enough to deal with most chopped up conditions and had a confidence inspiring edge hold, I never noticed the width. I'd have to remount so far back that it'd fuck with the geometry. And i fucking hate the beasts...

  10. #4310
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    196 Protest
    192 GPO
    187 Deathwish Tour
    187 Bonafide
    156 Thrillofit


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  11. #4311
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    Here's my quiver. 6' 0", 28 years old, ski mostly at Alta, occasional tours, like to charge, learning to get spinny, no flippy.

    4FRNT Renegade 186cm - 1st generation - Marker Dukes: Deep powder, country club days at Alta, never tour on these any more

    Blizzard Rustler 11s 188cm - Look Pivot 18s: Soft snow, feeling tricky

    Blizzard Cochise 185cm - Marker Griffon demo bindings: soft snow, wind buff, feeling sendy

    Volkl Mantra 184cm - Maker Jesters: hard snow, feeling tricky, groomer ripping

    4FRNT Raven 184cm - 1st generation - Dynafit Speed Radicals: touring
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    pissing in a sink? fucking rookies. Shit in an oven, then you'll be pro.

  12. #4312
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickwm21 View Post
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    196 Protest
    192 GPO
    187 Deathwish Tour
    187 Bonafide
    156 Thrillofit


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    How do you like the DW tour?

    So little info on the moment touring line out there.


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  13. #4313
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    184 r:ex - Rock skis.
    183 bro - alternate rock skis
    184 enforcer 100 - everyday driver
    187 fat - deeper days ski
    194 superbro - gofast ski

    Not shown 192 Lhasa fat.
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  14. #4314
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    The Quiver Pic Rerun Thread

    Finally got around to posting a quiver pic!

    Super happy with my skis right now. First picture is my work/resort skis, not including beat-up-to-fuck Hoji and Supernatural 108 rock skis, and second is my touring set ups.

    Boots are Vulcans sans tongue and boosters with pro tour, and Lupo TI with pro tongue.


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    184 Salomon X-Drive 88 w/STH2 for when its firm out. Cracking ski, like a narrower (stiffer?) Mantra.

    184 Katana w/shifts for soft days and sidecountry tours. Such a versatile ski that I feel makes me ski better than I should, in 90% of conditions.

    190 Lotus 120 hybrid w/STH2 @+1 for deep. Had the 120 for years then sold it and replaced with several other pow skis over the years-Prior A-Star, the new shape Bodacious, Spur and finally the Billy goat and none compared to the 120. I had the opportunity to buy back my old 120s late last season so mounted them back up! Awesome ski for when its deep and wide open but the full low rocker of the Katana really makes them float comparably and more manageable in tight trees. Who makes a 120+mm katana/lotus love child?


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    186 BMT 109 w/Alpinist 13. Main touring ski, only got a few weeks ago so only had one day out so far. Mounted @ -1.

    176 BMT 94 w/modified Radical for flat ramp and no brakes while keeping 12RV. Long tours or when I need to keep up with someone fit. Only weigh 50g more than the 109 set up so maybe wont get skied as much now?

    Madshus skate skis. Got these as a boot/ski/pole package from a mate with a hookup for crazy cheep. Went to the local XC ski place for my first attempt at skate skiing and looked at the TV in the lobby that was showing the XC ski World Cup. Come podium time some Norwegian was standing up there with the same skis as me....Kinda embarrassing! All the gear and no idea much?


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  15. #4315
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    178 Commander 98
    184 Deathwish
    190 Bibbys
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  16. #4316
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    178 Commander 98
    184 Deathwish
    190 Bibbys
    Those Bibbys are the first ski I have liked the Forza binding on.

  17. #4317
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    178 Commander 98
    184 Deathwish
    190 Bibbys
    Quite the range in sizes for one person for alpine bindings?

    I like all my skis consistent in the 181-182cm range (Im 57).

    Why the large gap 178cm-190cm?

    Great ski choices btw.
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  18. #4318
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowroastin View Post
    How do you like the DW tour?

    So little info on the moment touring line out there.


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    I posted in the Underworld thread...first day on them this past weekend. Did not like them at all...


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  19. #4319
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    Things might have gotten a bit out of hand this year......anyhow.....

    Sub 110mm

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    187 Redster GS something
    195 Superbros
    185 Enforcer 93
    186 BMT 94
    186 Wrenegade 102
    186 GPO -10
    189 Wrenegade 108

    Above 110mm

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    186 Billygoat
    186 EHP
    186 One
    193 EHP
    191 Billygoat tour
    186 Togga
    189 Pontoon

  20. #4320
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    Nice stuff. If you ever want to sell those Ones... Im here for ya

  21. #4321
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    Tar gjerne 193 EHP’n fra deg hvis du vil

  22. #4322
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    Quote Originally Posted by Self Jupiter View Post
    Nice stuff. If you ever want to sell those Ones... I’m here for ya
    Picked them up cheap, mostly for the binders. However, they look like a lot of fun for smaller resorts, with lots of tight trees. Planed to use the 186 EHPs for that, but the Volkls look better.
    Anyhow, I'm in Norway.....

    Quote Originally Posted by mr_pretzel View Post
    Tar gjerne 193 EHP’n fra deg hvis du vil
    Nje, m ha en klassiker i boden :-) 186 tror jeg selges, til fordel for Volkl
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  23. #4323
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    nice! I like how you prevented overlap

    Considering the breadth of your quiver, then I kinda get why my suggestions for the missus were a bit off (to say the least). Hopefully you found something appropriate for her as well

  24. #4324
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    Can't be overlap if they're all the same

    Yup. She's looking forward to skiing her new Pandora 104s this Christmas.

  25. #4325
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    that is some solid reasoning there

    nice!

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