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  1. #4876
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    Mar 2020
    20/21 quiver to date. Waiting on a pair of Praxis 9D8's to complete the set.
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  2. #4877
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    Feb 2009
    After some work cleaning up my quiver!
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    Line Supernatural 115 - pow (and hopefully AK trip) ski
    4FRNT EHP - surprisingly versatile old daily driver
    K2 Mindbender 108 (w/ Shifts) - new daily driver + sidecountry
    4FRNT Raven - winter/spring BC ski
    Blizzard Zero G 85 - spring/summer BC ski

  3. #4878
    Join Date
    Jun 2005

    The Quiver Pic Rerun Thread

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    179cm Wren 108 (ec pow)
    182cm Woodsman 96 (daily driver)
    182cm Woodsman 108 (soon to get an AXL mount & moved to location two)
    178cm Wailer 105 Hybrid (rock)
    178cm Wailer 105 Pure3 (touring)
    186cm OG BGs (rare pow day I alpine)
    180cm Wizard ‘Sploders (firm days)

    Location 2 added:

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    180cm K2 - Volkl built - Big Kahuna (firm days)
    179cm Wren 98 (rock)
    179cm Wren 96 (daily driver)
    (182 Woodman 108 pictured above will fill location two’s ec pow slot)
    178cm Lotus 120 Pure3 (real pow, “floater” between locations, and westward storm chase rig when I had the time to / wasn’t locked down by a pandemic anyway)

    Locations just on opposite sides of VT but my hoarding tendencies have led me to build a quiver at each spot. The skis move around a bit by circumstance but the above is my general thinking on how each ski’s ownership is justifiable. Basically ~five skis at each location with no duplication in the deep pow Tele slot. Also, I rarely tour but mainly do so from just one location when I do and could always just grab another pair of skins if I start touring more (looking at you Covid). I just don’t see needing two tele skis >110mm in the East especially given how well the Wren 108 does in 6-12”+ (guessing the same for the Woodsman 108s). 12”+ of fresh I could also just jump on the BGs if the 120s are across state (tend to try to keep those two skis spread). East coast pow gets trounced fast so I haven’t had any pow performance issues on the Wren 108s. I appreciate the versatility in the woods vs. 120s which need some deep conditions to keep contained in tight spaces.

    I typically only alpine when things firm up because skidding around on true firm sucks in general but even more so on tele. I now tend to gravitate to alpine on groomer days. Groomer zooming on sunny days is a blast.

    Speaking of which, hoping lifts spin this season......
    Last edited by Doremite; 08-24-2020 at 05:46 AM.
    Uno mas

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