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  1. #5151
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    Quote Originally Posted by MagnificentUnicorn View Post
    Holy quiver overlap! Have you seen anyone about your affluenza?


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    Haha

    Believe it or not the overlap isnít as bad as it appears due to different side cuts, flexes, tapers, and rockers.

    But itís also nice to work in the industry and not have to pop for full retail. Iím extremely fortunate.
    You should have been here yesterday!

  2. #5152
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    Quote Originally Posted by PowTron View Post
    They are dirty, dirty girls.
    This quote is definitely sticker worthy!

  3. #5153
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    Quote Originally Posted by aanev View Post
    This quote is definitely sticker worthy!
    Let me know when you get my other dirty, dirty girls I parted ways with. I know you will treat those Wrens properly.
    You should have been here yesterday!

  4. #5154
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    Quote Originally Posted by PowTron View Post
    Let me know when you get my other dirty, dirty girls I parted ways with. I know you will treat those Wrens properly.
    Can't wait to meet those dirty, dirty girls and make a photo session (alas I don't expect them to arrive before the end of March ).

  5. #5155
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    Reduction complete.

  6. #5156
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    So what’s the verdict on the dook pt?

  7. #5157
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZomblibulaX View Post
    So whatís the verdict on the dook pt?
    I dunno. I like it. Itís downhill is really good. Uphill is efficient. I like them. Some guys have blown up the toes, Iíve heard of two or three, I havenít seen it yet.

    I know the first couple times I used my toe lockout lever it was stupid stiff and almost felt like I was going to break it. Now that Iíve put 8 or 9 tours on the bindings and another 8 days they seem to of loosened a bit and move a lot better. Not to say thatís what was causing them to break, just what Iíve noticed.

    All in all I like them. Do I trust them yet? Not fully. But itís getting better daily. I didnít love my kingpins over night, but now they are the only tech binding I trust. I definitely wouldnít hesitate to buy a pair over a shift. My buddy had a shift doing shift things this morning, gotta love the brake drag!

    But seriously, I like them. I need to do some
    Investigating this summer, and figure out if I can run the duke pt heel all the time and swap out my toes between duke and jester. The plastic dog dick makes me nervous just skiing lift days. But then again I guess thatís want a warranty is for.

  8. #5158
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    The Quiver Pic Rerun Thread

    Well here goes folks, lots of overlap, shame what u will. Itís taken a bit of time collecting and keeping and selling but this is what Iíve got. U see where my addiction lies. My 16yo and I are beginning to share skis so that helps the gluttony justification......least thatís what I tell myself.

    C&D, SG, BG collection:

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    Some hard to find models in here acquired from the collective. Always a win outta the grab bag when tossing em in the box for the day......


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  9. #5159
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    Updated, simplified quiver. Very happy with each of these skis, and feel like I have everything I need. All 184s

    Wren 96 - firm
    BG - soft
    Steeple 102s with plums - touring.

  10. #5160
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    Fucking awesome Tahoepa!!

  11. #5161
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_pretzel View Post
    Fucking awesome Tahoepa!!
    Um yeah I would say!


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  12. #5162
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahoepa View Post
    Well here goes folks, lots of overlap, shame what u will. It’s taken a bit of time collecting and keeping and selling but this is what I’ve got. U see where my addiction lies. My 16yo and I are beginning to share skis so that helps the gluttony justification......least that’s what I tell myself.

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    Holy shit, man. WELL done.
    You should have been here yesterday!

  13. #5163
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    Quote Originally Posted by dub2 View Post
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    Updated, simplified quiver. Very happy with each of these skis, and feel like I have everything I need. All 184s

    Wren 96 - firm
    BG - soft
    Steeple 102s with plums - touring.
    Concise and covers all your bases!
    You should have been here yesterday!

  14. #5164
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    Sweet TahoePA! BTW I should probably know this by now from the Tahoe thread, but are you a Squawlpine guy or KW or SB or where?

  15. #5165
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    The Quiver Pic Rerun Thread

    Squaw and alpine last few years. SB prior to that. Been bouncing around north for a minute.

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  16. #5166
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    The complete (for now) quiver.
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    being in nc, i haven't gotten the chance to use either the Bros or the Protests but that should change with a move to montucky later this year.

    Praxis 9d8 191 - daily driver here in NC. will be my lowtide in MT. warden 13 mnc demos
    Praxis Freeride 194 - what i ski when i'm not on the 9d8s. quiver killed for tectons. will dd these in mt.
    PM Gear Lhasa Pow - will serve as the freshies and after storm ski. quiver killed for tectons.
    Praxis Protest 187 - ski speaks for itself. can't wait to protest. quiver killed for tectons.

    looking to maybe add an RX and MVP 109 in the not so near future. probably gonna try out shifts at some point as well.
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    you don't want no smoke.

  17. #5167
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    Quote Originally Posted by stealurface831 View Post
    The complete (for now) quiver.
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    being in nc, i haven't gotten the chance to use either the Bros or the Protests but that should change with a move to montucky later this year.

    Praxis 9d8 191 - daily driver here in NC. will be my lowtide in MT. warden 13 mnc demos
    Praxis Freeride 194 - what i ski when i'm not on the 9d8s. quiver killed for tectons. will dd these in mt.
    PM Gear Lhasa Pow - will serve as the freshies and after storm ski. quiver killed for tectons.
    Praxis Protest 187 - ski speaks for itself. can't wait to protest. quiver killed for tectons.

    looking to maybe add an RX and MVP 109 in the not so near future. probably gonna try out shifts at some point as well.
    Nice 9D8ís man! Hope they are treating u well!


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  18. #5168
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoVT Joey View Post

    Reduction complete.
    I have the corvus in 183 as well, love that ski. Haven't gotten it too bogged down yet even in snow you need a snorkel in. Interested in the nocta

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinePony View Post
    I have the corvus in 183 as well, love that ski. Haven't gotten it too bogged down yet even in snow you need a snorkel in. Interested in the nocta
    Nocta is awesome for light and fluffy. Gets pushed in the chop. But day of the storm and tight trees Iíve never had a better tool. And it tours awesome with the duke pt.

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    New additions to the quiver.

    Hinterland
    Mob 106 Carbon Pow
    Skiing pow, trees, daily driver, messing around with kids.

    Macabre 111
    Going fast, crud/pow, charger,



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

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    /\/\/\

    Check out that tail on the Macabre!

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    those are sick
    you don't want no smoke.

  23. #5173
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    Quote Originally Posted by fat yeti View Post
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    New additions to the quiver.

    Hinterland
    Mob 106 Carbon Pow
    Skiing pow, trees, daily driver, messing around with kids.

    Macabre 111
    Going fast, crud/pow, charger,



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    How do they ski? Love the look with the gold pivots!

  24. #5174
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmiepoison View Post
    How do they ski? Love the look with the gold pivots!
    Iíve skied the 97 Macabre several times. Skied these last night. So far itís a great ski canít wait to actually ski something more than groomers. It likes to go fast however it turns very nicely. Iíll get a review out once I have a few more days.


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

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  25. #5175
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    Had em out being dried off after a long weekend so took a pic. I live in ME and I'm pretty happy with these options at the moment.

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    Faction Agent 2.0 179cm - Tectons
    DPS Foundation Cassiar 94 185cm - P14s
    Blizz Gunsmoke 186cm - STH

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