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  1. #3701
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leavenworth Skier View Post
    Because I'm cheap , my main hill is rocky as fuck and I'd rather ski on $50 Dynastars (Big Dumps) than $500 ON3Ps.
    Pauper

  2. #3702
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    How do you like those Super 7s?

  3. #3703
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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrd View Post
    How do you like those Super 7s?
    Definitely a better ski than lp105s. You should totally get those instead.

  4. #3704
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leavenworth Skier View Post
    Definitely a better ski than lp105s. You should totally get those instead.
    Take my money!!!! Should I stick up and get 102959291 pairs to last me until the apocalypse?

  5. #3705
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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrd View Post
    Take my money!!!! Should I stick up and get 102959291 pairs to last me until the apocalypse?
    Yes. That's what I'm trying to do with 105s. You should do the same with super 7s.

  6. #3706
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    I already have 4 pairs of Shiros, and trying to get a 5th, I'll stick with those.

    I'm curious as to why he has them. You don't see many pairs hanging around here. Not a very Jong ski.

  7. #3707
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    Jong skis...

    got a long-running joke with a buddy about the flagship ski of Crystal being the K2 Recons. Mt Dweebus, affectionately

  8. #3708
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    I did spend my high school and early college years, before I hopped on the Oregon Trail and had a wagon wheel break in Jackson, on K2 5020 Recons, Yellow, Orange and red. Those things ripped, that was before I discovered real skis.

  9. #3709
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  10. #3710
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    Nice collection.

    I'd give my left goat ball if supergoats got bearpaw topsheets.

  11. #3711
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    Superlites on those Katanas look hawt

  12. #3712
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    Katanas or BMT 109s? How do you like them? They look light, feather light...

  13. #3713
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    109's, 186cm. 1920g each, mounted... they are light for their size but not the very lightest construction these days. I don't have any interest in skiing on anything lighter, I think. These still have some balls and behave much better than I expected at speed and in chop.

    This pair is my first foray into fully reverse-cambered skis. Glad the rocker is low to keep a long edge when needed. They are loose and surfy in pow and rip corn. A tad wide for firm skinning conditions. I'm pleased so far but only have a handful of days on them. My only touring skis currently, which is a departure from my norm as well.

  14. #3714
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  15. #3715
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    ^^You gonna mount 'em tele?
    "Alpine rock and steep, deep powder are what I seek, and I will always find solace there." - Bean Bowers

    meager stoke

  16. #3716
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    Nothing special

    4frnts, K2's and some other stuff
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  17. #3717
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  18. #3718
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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
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    Damn.

    I hope you treat your clients teeth with the same care you treat your sksi. Those all look fucking pristine.

    And I thought I had overlap.

  19. #3719
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    Those pow boards... damn...

  20. #3720
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    Quote Originally Posted by doebedoe View Post
    Damn.

    I hope you treat your clients teeth with the same care you treat your sksi. Those all look fucking pristine.

    And I thought I had overlap.
    I knew that was coming!! Predictable quip from the gallery LOL
    Yes I ski hard and yes I take care of my gear. My old riden hard shit is gone. Overlap intentional. I A / B skis most every day on the hill to decide what stays and goes. Foundation 106, DW 190, RPC for sale soon. Don't want to make enemies here but Im no bitch and will thunder -- try me

  21. #3721
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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrd View Post
    Those pow boards... damn...
    Pows have not been skied virtually at all. I got them in April from a dude's bunker stash. Haven't had a day on them. I'm ready for the day!

  22. #3722
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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
    Pows have not been skied virtually at all. I got them in April from a dude's bunker stash. Haven't had a day on them. I'm ready for the day!
    Damn. They look nice. I hope they are as epic as they sound. How long are they?

    When it's time for a pair for me, I'll talk to Keith. I've got plans, 200cm, Surf Trip, stiffness 3, bamboo, probably the light core with carbon, we will see.

  23. #3723
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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
    Don't want to make enemies here but Im no bitch and will thunder -- try me

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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
    I knew that was coming!! Predictable quip from the gallery LOL
    Yes I ski hard and yes I take care of my gear. My old riden hard shit is gone. Overlap intentional. I A / B skis most every day on the hill to decide what stays and goes. Foundation 106, DW 190, RPC for sale soon. Don't want to make enemies here but Im no bitch and will thunder -- try me
    Just givin' ya shit. Sick lineup.

    I would've thought the gigawatts to be first to go. Why would you ever need those w/ those Pow boards.

    One thing I've never understood: people with pristine gear say they "take care of their gear". But like...how do you ensure topsheets don't get dinged? Maybe I'm just a gaper who hits shit sometimes. Not judging, genuinely curious. Just a lack of never hitting skis together, never catching rocks/trees?

  25. #3725
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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrd View Post
    Damn. They look nice. I hope they are as epic as they sound. How long are they?

    When it's time for a pair for me, I'll talk to Keith. I've got plans, 200cm, Surf Trip, stiffness 3, bamboo, probably the light core with carbon, we will see.
    I'm with you, bought them because of their lore. Mine are 190. Going to sort out mount point and then drop pivots and get some weight off. Weight and torgue are killers - hence my highly carbon mix quiver. I'm out to ski, well into my 70's. 30 some from now.
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