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  1. #4851
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    Quote Originally Posted by obi wan kenobi View Post
    Nice, I used to ski the LP105, the XXL and the Intuitive as well. Sold all of them over the years. Miss the XXL, which I should not have sold.
    Iíve got a pair of 194s for sale


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    It doesn't matter if you're a king or a little street sweeper...
    ...sooner or later you'll dance with the reaper
    -Death

    Kaz is my co-pilot

  2. #4852
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    Into the storage unit they go!

    L to R
    186 Volkl Three's - Unmounted, still in shrink wrap
    184 Billy Goats
    183 Corvus Freebird - w/ Tecton's
    187 Woodmans 108 - Prototype
    181 J Ski Masterblasters
    178 J Ski Whipit
    180 Legends x88
    90% of skiing is just looking cool

  3. #4853
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caucasian Asian View Post
    I’ve got a pair of 194s for sale


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    Thanks for the offer, but shipping to Germany might be a little much :-)

  4. #4854
    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Location
    Bellingham, WA
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    Quarantine quiver:

    192 DPS Lotus 138
    190 DPS Spoon - primary winter touring ski when there's more than 10" new
    185 Black Crows Nocta - winter travel ski
    180 Praxis BC UL - soft snow, early spring, longer winter tours. ATK RT 10 is awesome too.
    177 Movement Alp Tracks 94 - spring tours, traverses
    184 ON3P Billygoat pre asym. Winter resort.
    184 Line SFB - goof around soft snow resort
    185 Nordica Enforcer 93 - resort no new snow
    190 Explosiv - vintage.

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    Let us so live that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry - Mark Twain

  5. #4855
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    Quote Originally Posted by Power_Sauce View Post

    190 Explosiv - vintage.
    Nice! Those couple of pairs of DPS skis must be a hoot in the right conditions.

    Points for keeping the old buddha Explosiv's in the mix.

  6. #4856
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    Quote Originally Posted by Power_Sauce View Post
    Quarantine quiver:

    192 DPS Lotus 138
    190 DPS Spoon - primary winter touring ski when there's more than 10" new
    185 Black Crows Nocta - winter travel ski
    180 Praxis BC UL - soft snow, early spring, longer winter tours. ATK RT 10 is awesome too.
    177 Movement Alp Tracks 94 - spring tours, traverses
    184 ON3P Billygoat pre asym. Winter resort.
    184 Line SFB - goof around soft snow resort
    185 Nordica Enforcer 93 - resort no new snow
    190 Explosiv - vintage.

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    Iím still pissed I sold my Spoons with out trying them. They are on the short list of skis to grab just cause they are cool.


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  7. #4857
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    Nov 2006
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    Yeah, the Spoons are really amazing, I tour on them all the time in the PNW if there is fresh snow.

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    Let us so live that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry - Mark Twain

  8. #4858
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    Quote Originally Posted by Power_Sauce View Post
    Yeah, the Spoons are really amazing, I tour on them all the time in the PNW if there is fresh snow.

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    Gotta love how they make the Noctas look puny :-)

  9. #4859
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackattack View Post
    Out of those two, the LP105 is the obvious choice for going fast down the fall line in chop. Rumor has it Reine is prototyping a ďnewĒ lp105, so that should be something to look forward to.
    Any more on this? Very interested.

  10. #4860
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    Quote Originally Posted by Island Bay View Post
    Any more on this? Very interested.
    No. Maybe for 2021.

  11. #4861
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    Apr 2017
    Location
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    Family of 4 quiver

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    Moment Carson 121
    Moment Carson 130
    On3p Charlie Murphy 141
    Praxis Le Petite +10 143
    Moment Zephyr 146
    Blizzard Cheyenne 163
    On3p Jessie Park 100 171
    On3p Billy Goat 174
    Praxis Quixote 188
    On3p Kartel 108 191
    Praxis Protests 192




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  12. #4862
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    Can I just say how sexy my skis look with their (unused*) new bindings before they go away for the summer.

    (*injury compounded by lockdown)

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  13. #4863
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    So I figure now is as good a time as any to post an update.

    So hereís my Covid-19 isolation quiver for 2020:

    from L to R, rocks and early season, daily driver, and for big days
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    It doesn't matter if you're a king or a little street sweeper...
    ...sooner or later you'll dance with the reaper
    -Death

    Kaz is my co-pilot

  14. #4864
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbokhoven View Post
    Family of 4 quiver

    Right to Left

    Moment Carson 121
    Moment Carson 130
    On3p Charlie Murphy 141
    Praxis Le Petite +10 143
    Moment Zephyr 146
    Blizzard Cheyenne 163
    On3p Jessie Park 100 171
    On3p Billy Goat 174
    Praxis Quixote 188
    On3p Kartel 108 191
    Praxis Protests 192




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    Your kid probably has so much float on those fatty Le Petiteís that they will develop some phobia of faceshots


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  15. #4865
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickwm21 View Post
    Your kid probably has so much float on those fatty Le Petiteís that they will develop some phobia of faceshots


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    We lucked out. We picked them up from another mag in February in Utah and then caught an 18Ē blower day at Winter Park. My son had so much fun with those skis. A good stop and he was in the white room


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  16. #4866
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caucasian Asian View Post
    So I figure now is as good a time as any to post an update.

    So here’s my Covid-19 isolation quiver for 2020:

    from L to R, rocks and early season, daily driver, and for big days


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    How does the daily driver do in the deep? I bet it’s pretty good on the firm stuff

  17. #4867
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    Being brothers mc_roon and I have similar taste in skis and stockpiling tendencies. We've also found that 190 Bibbys and early Lotus 138s solve almost all of our needs. We had most of the skis in the same place for the first time in a few years so figured we'd document it so that if there is a house fire the insurance adjuster doesn't laugh our claim out of the room.

    The rest of my quiver:

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    Three fundamentals of every extreme skier, total disregard for personal saftey, amphetamines, and lots and lots of malt liquor......-jack handy

  18. #4868
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    Quote Originally Posted by soul_skier View Post
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    Being brothers mc_roon and I have similar taste in skis and stockpiling tendencies. We've also found that 190 Bibbys and early Lotus 138s solve almost all of our needs. We had most of the skis in the same place for the first time in a few years so figured we'd document it so that if there is a house fire the insurance adjuster doesn't laugh our claim out of the room.

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    I love your reasoning for documenting, not showing off or bragging rights, but for the insurance inspector!

    The 190 Bibby always has intrigued me, same with the DPS 138 and Spoon. Guess they are going on the list to try


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  19. #4869
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    Feb 2011
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    BC
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    Beautiful! I got to try a lotus 138 one day. Lots of awesome skis In there.

    I dont really see the quiver pic as bragging, it’s more of sharing the glory and cool collections people have.
    I’m almost more embarrassed and ashamed of my quiver haha

  20. #4870
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    Jan 2007
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_pretzel View Post
    How does the daily driver do in the deep? I bet itís pretty good on the firm stuff
    LOL

    It can deal with the deeper stuff, but itís best in variable terrain.


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    It doesn't matter if you're a king or a little street sweeper...
    ...sooner or later you'll dance with the reaper
    -Death

    Kaz is my co-pilot

  21. #4871
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caucasian Asian View Post
    LOL

    It can deal with the deeper stuff, but itís best in variable terrain.


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    Some have called it the cochise of quarantine.

  22. #4872
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    Sanouks - just sold em
    Spatulas- OG
    Homemade rockers - last pair of homemade skis
    K2 Mindbender 108 - perfect daily driver
    K2 Mindbender 116 - deep self powered
    DPS 99 lady chair lift
    Icelantic nia pro lady pow
    DPS 138 hybrid - more than 12” lift served morning
    Worth Magics - Ode to one of Vermont’s last great places
    Harvest the ride.

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