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  1. #5126
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kopi_Red View Post
    Lol. I'm a big fan of Bandit Man's quiver. Not only is it inspiring to gaze upon but it also helps me feel better about my ski purchasing addiction. Now I'm hoping we get to see Undertow and Tuco's quivers!
    This. Also Swerve.

  2. #5127
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bandit Man View Post
    Been a while since I did one of these...

    Nordica quiver...

    Blizzard quiver...

    Volkl quiver...

    Just bought a new Katana K108 that will join the family soon.

    Odds and ends...

    Forgot to add the Rustler team to the Blizzard pic. Those belong to my youngest.

    I saved the best for last. I present the ON3P quiver or as my buddies call it, The Goat Pen.

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    I would be happy with 1/4 of your quiver.
    I would even let you choose what 1/4 you gave me!
    Damn.





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    "What moves men of genius, or rather what inspires their work, is not new ideas, but their obsession with the idea that what has already been said is still not enough."

    -Eugene Delacroix

  3. #5128
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    Quote Originally Posted by uglymoney View Post
    That is bonkers Bandit Man.
    Have you considered therapy?
    Hey umonkey,

    I think your wife is logging in under your tgr user name! Change your password!
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    I love big dumps.

  4. #5129
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caucasian Asian View Post
    My wife has never said anything about my corner of the garage.
    But whenever we go shopping I will also comment "Gee, that purse looks nice, you should get it".
    To be fair to her, shes never said a word about it, other than be curious why I might need or want more than one or two pair.

    Im just guilty and self conscious.

    Now that Ive tipped her off that it might be a mental health issue, well see if that changes.
    focus.

  5. #5130
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    dats a lot of vipecs O.O
    TLDR; Ski faster. Quit breathing. Don't crash.

  6. #5131
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    Quote Originally Posted by dub2 View Post
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    Current quiver. Still considering adding something in the 10x underfoot range for firmer days, but not sure what. Would want something with a somewhat progressive mount while still having a longer turn radius.

    187 Hojis with dynafit speed 12 - do it all touring rig. Super predictable in a wide variety of snow condition, which is what I'm looking for in a touring ski.

    187 veneer GPOs - current DD. So versatile, so fun. Hold their own on firmer days, eat leftover pow and crud for breakfast. Carve, slarve, whatever. Have considered an older, heavier hoji as an inbounds DD, but decided I want a little bit of camber in this quiver slot, hence the GPO.

    186 Renegades - pow ski. Love hojis shapes. Not much to say about these skis that hasn't already been said. Ski pow fast, slarve and have fun.
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    Newest addition for low tide charging. Stoked to get out on them!

  7. #5132
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    Quote Originally Posted by dub2 View Post
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    Newest addition for low tide charging. Stoked to get out on them!
    Did you buy those from a guy in CB? I've been waffling over buying them since I saw them on facebook. Guess I missed my chance lol

  8. #5133
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowaddict91 View Post
    Did you buy those from a guy in CB? I've been waffling over buying them since I saw them on facebook. Guess I missed my chance lol
    Ha, yes. Was heading back to the front range through Gunnison and was able to meet up.

  9. #5134
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kopi_Red View Post

    192 Dynastar M Free 108
    I keep seeing these. I think I need pair.

    Nice quiver Dude!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Fiedler (Not Neil Armstrong) View Post
    I keep seeing these. I think I need pair.

    Nice quiver Dude!
    Thanks dood!

    The Mfree 108s are a solid ski. They float really well for their waist width and they hold an edge like a Dynastar.

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    Coming to this thread always squashes any concerns I have about owning too many skis. Heres what Ive got these days (left to right):

    184 K2 Poachers (just pulled bindings off) - park/rock skis but was using them as a daily ski for a little while and they hold their own pretty well

    188 Wailer 105 w/ plum guides - pretty old and losing their camber but I use them for most tours

    186 ON3P extra stiff Vicik w/ FKS 185 - all gas no brakes (before they added tail rocker to these so its like skiing on train tracks)

    188 Moment PB&J w/ FKS 150 - just got these but will plan to use as an everyday ski as something more playful than the viciks

    190 Bibbys quiverkilled for FKS 180 and Dynafit Radical - favorite skis ever. Used on deeper days inbounds and in the backcountry
    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. #5137
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    ^You’ve had an awesome quiver for like the last 10+ years!

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    Alpine:
    172 Fischer Ranger 90 (now a rock ski/early/late season conditions)
    177 Volkl Ninety Eight (2nd DD ski for when there's no new snow and i need some grip)
    180 Fischer Ranger 98 (1st DD ski)
    176 Blizzard Bodacious 118 (powder day skis)
    184 Atomic Bent Chetlers 120 (powder day skis, cat/heli skiing)

    Touring:
    178 Extrem Opinion Carbon 108 (had to buy this ski in chamonix to replace a broken pair of DPS two seasons ago)
    178 DPS Wailier 112 (main touring ski)
    176 Volkl BMT 122 (used early in my touring days for flotation help)

  14. #5139
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    Love this thread. Wes Mantooth...those Bibbys are the business!!

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    188 Praxis FRS – resort pow. Basically a surfier Bibby. Still waiting for a legit pow-day, just a couple days with a few inches so far.

    190 Moment Deathwish. Rock ski. Early season. Does it all pretty well.

    191 Volkl Mantra 102. Hardpack. Going WAY too fast! I would have been happier with the 184 I think. The 191 is manageable but think the 184 would have been sufficient.

    188 Moment PB&J. Hardpack, fun with the fam, poppers. Got the M102 to replace these, but think I’ll be keeping them after all. Just got some P15s to mount them back up.

    184 Salomon X-Drive 80. Groomers…and firm chutes! These things are surprisingly fun, as long as you aren’t looking to pop or catch air.

    188 Blizzard Rustler 11 with SHIFTs. Travel, do-it-all. Awesome ski. So versatile. SHIFTs are…okay.

    187 Praxis Protest with Kingpins. Pow-touring. My favorite touring ski ever. Every run on these is soooo fun.

    189 Atomic Backland 107 with Tectons. Just sold these. Good set-up but too much overlap with…

    190 Moment Wildcat Tour 108 with Voyager 14s. Excellent daily-driver touring set-up. Does it all well.

    183 Black Diamond Helio Carbon 95 with Alpinists. For big, long days. Volcanoes. Multi-day. Etc.

    190 Moment Bibbys with 916s. Favorite skis ever. Pretty much retired. Probably will go on the wall soon.
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    Last edited by meter-man; Yesterday at 02:37 PM.
    sproing!

    FS: Scarpa Maestrale RS 2, size 29. Cheep! https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...RS-2-0-size-29

  15. #5140
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    Sick quiver meter-man.

    That FRS looks lovely, how does the length feel? Shorter compared to the 190 bibby?

  16. #5141
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_pretzel View Post
    Sick quiver meter-man.

    That FRS looks lovely, how does the length feel? Shorter compared to the 190 bibby?
    Thanks, bud. Wish I had one pair and got twice as many days! Maybe 1 alpine and 1 touring...anyway...

    I don't have enough days on the FRS in actual pow to do a real review. They are not as good as the Bibbys on firm snow, surfier in shallow pow. Haven't had them in chop or deep pow yet.

    Here's what I wrote on the Praxis thread. Will update when I get more pow days. Been a rough start to the season here in California. https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...87#post6184187
    sproing!

    FS: Scarpa Maestrale RS 2, size 29. Cheep! https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...RS-2-0-size-29

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