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  1. #1776
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    The last shot of the quiver I have... this was from the start of the season, so things have changed significantly.



    -177 Volkl Karma w/ Marker 1200 free (don't worry these are gone... goddamn markers)... Jib/Bump
    -185 Scratch BC WRS w/ Scratch 120... Everyday/Screw around
    -Ninthward THA 187 w/ NX21... Touring
    -186 Spats w/ s912ti.... Early season pow
    -192 Lotus 138 w/ ftx 110 (some low din demo binder)... POW

    I'll have to post a new pic of the end of the season quiver: only two remaining are the Ninthwards and the Scratch BC's

    Added:
    -185 Aramada ARG w/ 914's... POW
    -178 Line Anthem w/ 912 ti's... Jib/Bumps
    -194 LP w/ 914's... Everyday Charger (Bought from NPG (awesome dude/great deal) but had to sell shortly after for car repairs)

    Next to pick up:
    -Either 186 EPH's, ANTS, or 187 XXL... Everyday/Charger
    Last edited by GoEhuge; 04-29-2008 at 12:42 PM.
    "Some go to church and think about fishing, others go fishing and think about God."

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  2. #1777
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chupacabra View Post
    I don't think you're all to blame for this.... but the maggots collectively definitely are.

    I think the Kahunas I used to have were yours at one point too.
    I forgot about the Kahunas. You have good taste, though. I have either owned or currently own all but the Axioms and iM85s.

  3. #1778
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    The perfect quiver for a lady from the East.
    L to R: Nordica W-105 2001 1,70m: edges came off the skis. no bindings;
    Elizabeth 2007 1,72m: Spademan bindings.
    Volkl Explosiv wizard 2002 1,73m with salomon bindings
    Volkl Kanata 2008 1,76m. Salomon z-12 bindings: great skis!
    Volkl Sumo 2007; 1,75m Salomon z-10 bindings
    DB Tabla Rasa 2006 1,76m with Salomon bindings TI
    Volant Machete FB 1,76m with Salomon bindings
    Volant Chubb 2002 1,78m with Spademan bindings
    Volkl Sumo 2006 1,76m with salomon bindings
    Volkl Explosiv 2001 1,80m with marker bindings
    Atomic Thug 2006 1,82m with salomon z-10 bindings
    Voile Insane 2006 1,81m with G3(or Voile?) telemark bindings
    Voile Insane 2006 1,81m with Rotefella NTN telemark bindings
    Rossignol XXX 2000 1,88m with Rossi bindings;
    Rossignol XX 2001 1,84m without bindings
    Volant Spatula 2004 (?) 1,86m with marker bindings
    Salomon Pocket Rocket 2001 1,76m with marker bindings
    Volkl Sumo 2007 1,75m without bindings
    Missing: the A-Lotta FatYpus 1,70m I didn't get from a saler in this forum. Well I got a refound after 3 months so it's OK.

    Next year? maybe a Salomon Czar (if available around 1,76m).

    And 4 snowboards & lots of ski boots (FullTilt Kontact 2008, Salomon Verse 2004, Raichle, NTN Crispi EVO and so on).

    With all that stuff it's never boring to ride for 74 times this year!

  4. #1779
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    ^^nomination for female gear whore of the year
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  5. #1780
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiingsamurai View Post
    ^^nomination for female gear whore of the year
    why even qualify it, gear whore of the year regardless of sex

  6. #1781
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    I think MCroon, soul skier and a few others take the cake in that case
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  7. #1782
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    Mrs. Doremite
    166 Line EPs Marker 1200 Free Tis
    161 Icelantic Shamans PX12s

    Mine
    181 Blizzard Titan 9s HHs
    181 Blizzard Titan 9s (soon to be) Bishop Bombers
    179 Karhu BC100s (soon to be sold sooooooft)
    183 Volkl Gotama NX21s
    180 Volkl Explosiv Rosi Axial2s
    180 Volkl EXplosiv (back ups)

    Last edited by Doremite; 05-03-2008 at 10:39 AM.
    Uno mas

  8. #1783
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    This was this years, getting rid of Anthems cause I ride the Lizzies in park. Maybe pic up some EP Pros once I move out to NW Coast.


  9. #1784
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    Those white wizard topsheets are my favourite
    ::.:..::::.::.:.::..::.

  10. #1785
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bandit Man View Post
    I forgot about the Kahunas. You have good taste, though. I have either owned or currently own all but the Axioms and iM85s.
    Said Kahunas are now mine, mounted with Dukes - I bought them from Bandit, then later sold them to XtrPickels, who sold them to Greguar, whom I bought them back from last summer.

    They've been passed around a fair bit, have lots of holes in them now, but they're still riding strong!

  11. #1786
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolverine View Post
    The perfect quiver for a lady from the East.
    L to R: Nordica W-105 2001 1,70m: edges came off the skis. no bindings;
    Elizabeth 2007 1,72m: Spademan bindings.
    Volkl Explosiv wizard 2002 1,73m with salomon bindings
    Volkl Kanata 2008 1,76m. Salomon z-12 bindings: great skis!
    Volkl Sumo 2007; 1,75m Salomon z-10 bindings
    DB Tabla Rasa 2006 1,76m with Salomon bindings TI
    Volant Machete FB 1,76m with Salomon bindings
    Volant Chubb 2002 1,78m with Spademan bindings
    Volkl Sumo 2006 1,76m with salomon bindings
    Volkl Explosiv 2001 1,80m with marker bindings
    Atomic Thug 2006 1,82m with salomon z-10 bindings
    Voile Insane 2006 1,81m with G3(or Voile?) telemark bindings
    Voile Insane 2006 1,81m with Rotefella NTN telemark bindings
    Rossignol XXX 2000 1,88m with Rossi bindings;
    Rossignol XX 2001 1,84m without bindings
    Volant Spatula 2004 (?) 1,86m with marker bindings
    Salomon Pocket Rocket 2001 1,76m with marker bindings
    Volkl Sumo 2007 1,75m without bindings
    Missing: the A-Lotta FatYpus 1,70m I didn't get from a saler in this forum. Well I got a refound after 3 months so it's OK.

    Next year? maybe a Salomon Czar (if available around 1,76m).

    And 4 snowboards & lots of ski boots (FullTilt Kontact 2008, Salomon Verse 2004, Raichle, NTN Crispi EVO and so on).

    With all that stuff it's never boring to ride for 74 times this year!
    Those Lizzies don't look like they get used much. I'll take them off your hands.....
    Quote Originally Posted by other grskier View Post
    well, in the three years i've been skiing i bet i can ski most anything those 'pro's' i listed can, probably

  12. #1787
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    Quote Originally Posted by adam View Post
    x2. I wish Line made good skis because those topsheets are classy. And nice capris.
    Also, if you're joking, fine, but if you're serious, that comment matches your Avatar.....shitty and retarded
    Quote Originally Posted by other grskier View Post
    well, in the three years i've been skiing i bet i can ski most anything those 'pro's' i listed can, probably

  13. #1788
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    Here's my first quiver shot:

    174 K2 Axis XP
    179 K2 PE w/ 912
    181 K2 Apache Chief w/ Marker
    186 Spats w/ soon to be 900s
    *not pictured* 179 Line Prophet 100 w/ Naxo nx01


  14. #1789
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    183 bros
    184 Atomic R:ex
    185 Rossi XXX (for sale)
    180 Salomon GS skis. (for sale)
    ::.:..::::.::.:.::..::.

  15. #1790
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  16. #1791
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    It feels like a marketing tagline, but Andy, that is everything you need and nothing you don't. Well done.
    Quote Originally Posted by tromano View Post
    Apathy is harder for me to understand than passion.

  17. #1792
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    Lovin all the old school gear. Especially the asyms. Are you another BOL user now over here too? Like me, Tex, Willy ...

    Nice quiver. Reminds me I need to update my quiver pic now that everything is all in one place.

    Quote Originally Posted by prince fahquawd View Post
    thats a '91 Libtech Grocer 186, It rooled the backcountry of Alpy from 92-97 when I lived at the foot of Guy Peak those years. shalom was a jab at the corporate ski world.
    I hiked the Guy scree field w/ the performer when ever it was good. God I miss alpy, but Schwietzer was good to me this year.
    Anyway heres a redo of the quiver. My & Mrs. b0ardski's combined, updating skis next season, will be picking some maggot brains. NTN for surethe '89 T1's are toast.


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    I'm a cougar, not a MILF! I have to protect my rep! - bklyn

    In any case, if you're ever really in this situation make sure you at least bargain in a couple of fluffers.
    -snowsprite

  18. #1793
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    07/08 High Society FR 187 c/w Vist 816
    07/08 High Society FR 179 c/w Vist 816
    08/09 Vist Superfront Two c/w Vist Speedlock 614

  19. #1794
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    Caucasian Asian: Guess you like the Blowers, huh?

    I'm looking at picking up a pair of Blowers cheap. Would you recommend them? Do they ski as fat as they are, or are they manageable on-piste and in less than a foot of fresh? I also have to choose between the 185s and 195s. I'm a 6'1", 180lb, aggressive, fast skier who likes to get the sick shit but definitely appreciates quickness in the trees. I skied Squaw this year but may be headed to Summit County, CO next year.

    Also, I'd be amazed if those 777s are as heavy as my Machete FBs.

    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Caucasian Asian View Post

    Updated as of this morning
    185 Blower w/14 din 900-Ripping everyday pow/crud ski (thanks BigLineSkier)
    192 777 w/14 din 900-my "Dragon" skis. Named for my prefered method of transportation from the truck to the lift. Also the heaviest ski known to man.
    193 Blower w/914 mounted at .5cm back of ride line-Big pow days (thanks Mr. Papagiorgio)

    Nordica proto Beasts w/race plates
    Atomic M110 w/45mm Nordica BOOSTER straps, and about to get race plates (fit by Mntlion)

  20. #1795
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahandor View Post
    I'm looking at picking up a pair of Blowers cheap. Would you recommend them? Do they ski as fat as they are, or are they manageable on-piste and in less than a foot of fresh? I also have to choose between the 185s and 195s. I'm a 6'1", 180lb, aggressive, fast skier who likes to get the sick shit but definitely appreciates quickness in the trees. I skied Squaw this year but may be headed to Summit County, CO next year.

    Also, I'd be amazed if those 777s are as heavy as my Machete FBs.

    Thanks!
    I'm 5'11", and aboot 200 in full kit. I'm by no means a bumpfag or a racer, but I like to ski fast. The 185 Blower is my everyday ski for Kicking Horse, and the 192 777 is my go-to for mach schnell laps.

    I really liked the Blowers. It was the first ski I found that had the damp, let-er-rip characteristics that I loved about my 777s. When I first demoed the 185, I just took them out to rip on groomers and shitty chopped up bumps. Super fast, stable on the hard pack groomers; and just as stable in the crud. At 110 underfoot it was kind of a no brainer about it's pow reformance and I was surprised at how nimble they were in the trees. With a 26m sidecut they will turn when you want them to without feeling like a SL ski.

    The 193 feels softer than the 185, but it isn't really. It's got the same flex as the 185 but with 8cms more to flex, they feel softer. Next years 193 will have a flat tail and should be a touch stiffer.

    I got my 193s from mr Pappagiorgio and they were mounted for a solly at 315mm. I re-used the heel holes and mounted my toes back for a sole length of 295 because I knew this was going to be a pow only tool and wasn't concerned with being mounted back a bit. They still rip on groomers, but when its really icy, they tend to chatter, and get tossed a little bit in heavy crud due to the rear mount.

    I took them both with me cat skiing in the spring, and only skied the 185s.

    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/s...d.php?t=116827

    As for the weight of my 192 777s, I haven't found another ski that i liked carrying less. I'm sure other mags out there can back me up on that.
    It doesn't matter if you're a king or a little street sweeper...
    ...sooner or later you'll dance with the reaper
    -Death

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  21. #1796
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    This is what I have right now:
    (l to r)
    Ninthward FirstBlood 180 w/ Rossi Pro 150
    Ninthward 187 w/ px18
    Bluehouse District w/ Dynastar Early Tram (Naxo NX21)
    Head Supermojo 103 183cm w/ Mojo 20
    Dynastar Nothin' but Trouble 175cm w/ Tyrolia FreeFlex 17

  22. #1797
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    183 BRO w/ Duke
    Stockli Laser Cross pro 169 w/ Vist 614
    Stockli Snake 160 w/ Dynafit ST
    Head Supershape 160 w/ Freeflex 11 (wife)

  23. #1798
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    updated today

    188 Moment Tahoe w/ 957s
    185 Moment Comi w/ 977s
    185 Kingswood Mid w/ 900s
    186 Spatula w/ p12s

  24. #1799
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    Bit of an updated:

    Had a storage waxing evening at AlpineDad's house last night. I brought the whole quiver down with me and lined them up along his garage wall. Since its also a climbing wall, I decided to get in on the action.




    L to R: AlpineDad waxing his skis, 195 Praxis, 188 PM Gear Bro Model Soft Plus, 192 Rossi Energy, 177 G3 Baron, Grandpa's skis, Grandma's skis (with an RH Macy & Co. sticker on the tip), Old Kid skis, 140 Volkl G3, 148 Rossi Bandit Jr., 150 Rossi Scratch BC Jr., Karhu Meta approach skis, 135 Rabanser Jr. Race Board, 130 Burton Ginger, 156 Burton Alp, 156 Nitro Asym, 210 Donek SG, 185 Sigi Grabner Titanal Team, 171 Donek Freecarve 1, 163 Volkl Renntiger SL, 179 Prior 4WD, 196 Nitro Pow Gun, 178 Original Sin 4807 (broken), Snurfer, 180 Coiler RCII, 180 Coiler RCII (broken)
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    I'm a cougar, not a MILF! I have to protect my rep! - bklyn

    In any case, if you're ever really in this situation make sure you at least bargain in a couple of fluffers.
    -snowsprite

  25. #1800
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    no pics, theyre all in my basement up at school

    183 BRO stiffs w/ p14 (pow)
    169 volkl karmas w/ px14 (every day + tree ski)
    165 fischer rx8 w/ marker m8 (for sale) i know about the markers, i didnt buy them (I dont ski them)
    181 Nordica Dolberman GSR w/ sally 900s (GS stix, got em free at ullerfest, saven em from the fire)
    178 Volkl V w/ p10 (beat to death rock skis)

    looking to get a pair of carbon BRO fats and throw some dukes on them. If I ever get money

    still have one broken mantra, but since its not even worthy of shot ski I guess I cant count that one
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