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  1. #2701
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    Lange RSJ 65 boots size 24.5. Maybe one day on them, we bought them and the kid got way too busy to ski. Now she’s too big for them. I’m in SLC and would really prefer to sell these local, I don’t want to ship them if possible. Not quite sure what they’re worth but after looking on fleabay I think $50 seems fair.
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    They look really bright blue in the pics, but they’re really the normal Lange blue.

  2. #2702
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    Selling a pair of used 128cm Volkl Mantras w Marker bindings. Would like to sell local to Boulder or could do Summit Co for $90 to avoid shipping.

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  3. #2703
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    Keep kids skiing pass it down thread...keep it going

    Anyone got a pair of Full Tilt Growth Spurt size large boots? I have one pair that worked great for my son and looking to get a second pair so the twins can each have a pair

    I’d also be up for buying the size small if you got it.

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  4. #2704
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    SOLD - Tecnica Cochise JR 26.5

    ** SOLD **

    Really good used condition Tecnica Cochise JR boots in shell size 26-26.5 w/308 mm bsl.

    My man-child had two sizes of boots last year and these were his mid-season pick up to deal with his gigantic growing feet - he's now in his 4th boot since beginning of last season. Used by him approx 5 ski days and prior owner 4 days. Tons of life left in them.

    Anyway, happy to pass these along to a mag family needing some really good used boots - note condition of heels and toes.

    Thinking $75-80 shipped in Lower 48 via USPS Priority. If shipping is less than I expect I'll refund some coinage back.

    PM me and I can get them shipped this week from Seattle. Photos below, sorry for the blurry one of the inside of the heel, but mainly was just trying to show the boots are beat.

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  5. #2705
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    Keep kids skiing pass it down thread...keep it going

    **SOLD locally to another mag! **£Following on the Tecnica's posted above, have my kids 149cm K2 Bad Apples - good used condition with typical top sheet chips, etc. Bases never stone ground by us, edges have corrosion on them from riding around in the roof box.

    Two sets of mount holes from Marker Royal binding family (Jester/Griffon/Squire) - these had Squires on them. Most recent mount covered up to the 308mm (26.5 shell tecnica). With the combination of mounts, you should be good down to a 22.5 or 23.5 shell depending which sets of holes you use along with the bindings adjust-ability.

    I may be able to scare up a color matched set of Squire's that were on these, but we'd need to figure out additional cost and pain in the ass factor as those were pulled and moved over to his newest skis.

    Lots of life left for a growing 8-9 year old up to 12 depending on weight/height. Really gave my kid some confidence in soft snow.

    Thinking $75 shipped in lower 48 USPS. yes there are two skis there, just wrapped up so they don't tumble around when being moved.

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  6. #2706
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    Keep kids skiing pass it down thread...keep it going

    I have a bunch of kids Patagonia jackets. All great shape. No rips or tears.

    Boys down puffy - hooded. Size medium $60 plus ship

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    Girls down jacket - medium $60 plus ship

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    Boys nano puff synthetic jacket - large. $60 plus ship

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    Bomber quilted synthetic hoody - adult small, like new. $85 plus ship

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    Shoot me a pm. All are in excellent shape.

  7. #2707
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    Prob a long shot but kiddo (9) just got some wider skis for Xmas and am looking for kids bindings w at least 85mm brakes.


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  8. #2708
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    Looking for some
    Kids pow skis....130-136


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    ROLL TIDE ROLL

  9. #2709
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    I just PM'd you Montanaskier...

  10. #2710
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    Finally getting my 8 year old daughter up this year and looking for some skis - have the rest of the set up. I'm honestly clueless on what size range she should be in and she wont be picky at all. Anyone have anything laying around? Preferably Seattle and I can swing by with some cash.

  11. #2711
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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Shirk View Post
    Finally getting my 8 year old daughter up this year and looking for some skis - have the rest of the set up. I'm honestly clueless on what size range she should be in and she wont be picky at all. Anyone have anything laying around? Preferably Seattle and I can swing by with some cash.
    Measure her height at her chin. In cm. That is a decent length to be looking for.

  12. #2712
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ottime View Post
    Measure her height at her chin. In cm. That is a decent length to be looking for.
    Thanks Ottime.

    Chaka is helping me with some skis for the kiddo and I think we are right in the wheelhouse. Appreciate it.

  13. #2713
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    Got a couple youth helmets, goggles, mitts and gloves and a girls jacket available. Ski bags. Helmets ($10+shipping) Jacket ($20+shipping). Other items, cover shipping and whatever you think there worth. Buy a helmet and get goggles included. The bags are in decent to good condition. K2 Comanche Jr 139 need a grind and wax ($45 shipped)

    The Red and purple bags are gone along with the gloves/mitts and the first two pair of goggles.

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    Why don't you go practice fallin' down? I'll be there in a minute.

  14. #2714
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    i put some free stuff on main buy and sell forum for kid racer types

  15. #2715
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    blizzard bushwacker 159cm....used maybe 20 days.....drilled for 303bsl
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  16. #2716
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shredly von Whiplash View Post
    blizzard bushwacker 159cm....used maybe 20 days.....drilled for 303bsl
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    I was talking about you yesterday. Was skiing the Atomics. Told my partner how fortunate I was to get the skis. Probably have a couple of hundred days on the skins. Thank you and I hope you are having a good winter.
    off your knees Louie

  17. #2717
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shredly von Whiplash View Post
    blizzard bushwacker 159cm....used maybe 20 days.....drilled for 303bsl
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    PM’d on the ‘shwackers and the 26.5 Langes you threw up on GS


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  18. #2718
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    My 15yo daughter recently joined the HS club ski team. She’s been skiing forever, but this will be her first time racing.

    She needs a race helmet (FIS?) in order to compete.

    And maybe one of those super silly skin suit things.

    She’s 15, 5’4” and 100lbs ish.

    Anyone?

  19. #2719
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    ^^^ if you don’t score here, sideline swap is your friend for race gear.


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  20. #2720
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    Long time no post...I salute all the mags and offer up whatever it takes to get back into the graces, or whatever.

    Haven't posted in a while because I've been busy raising kids. We just got to Summit Co yesterday with a 4.5yo and a 3 yo and we're here for 5 weeks. The kids skied two days in North Carolina last year and they're stoked to be in the real mountains now. We've assembled some gear but are on the lookout for the following:

    ~90cm skis/binding
    ~17-18 ski boot
    ~6T bibs and shell

    These are all for the 4.5yo and we figure his little sister can use this stuff when he outgrows it. The 3 yo needs ~80cm skis, 16 ski boot. These sizes seem better suited to rent for the time we're here given they won't be needed next year, but would be open to buy locally and then put back into circulation.

    I haven't called around to check on 5 week rentals, but I'm also looking for shop recommendations to rent from. I should have posted this up weeks ago, but I wanted to make sure we actually made it here first.

    Probably going to snag an A-basin pass. Completely fucked up and missed the Ikon deadline. Down to make some turns, drink some beers, get kids together to reek havoc, etc.

  21. #2721
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    Quote Originally Posted by jables View Post
    Long time no post...I salute all the mags and offer up whatever it takes to get back into the graces, or whatever.

    Haven't posted in a while because I've been busy raising kids. We just got to Summit Co yesterday with a 4.5yo and a 3 yo and we're here for 5 weeks. The kids skied two days in North Carolina last year and they're stoked to be in the real mountains now. We've assembled some gear but are on the lookout for the following:

    ~90cm skis/binding
    ~17-18 ski boot
    ~6T bibs and shell

    These are all for the 4.5yo and we figure his little sister can use this stuff when he outgrows it. The 3 yo needs ~80cm skis, 16 ski boot. These sizes seem better suited to rent for the time we're here given they won't be needed next year, but would be open to buy locally and then put back into circulation.

    I haven't called around to check on 5 week rentals, but I'm also looking for shop recommendations to rent from. I should have posted this up weeks ago, but I wanted to make sure we actually made it here first.

    Probably going to snag an A-basin pass. Completely fucked up and missed the Ikon deadline. Down to make some turns, drink some beers, get kids together to reek havoc, etc.
    Got some 93cm skis in here that I’d send your way for the cost of shipping. Also some nice 105cms that could be your kid’s next year ski. https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...d.php?t=331494


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  22. #2722
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    Going to a local shop today that has a $109 for used setup (boots, bindings, skis) for the kids. Can swap through the end of the season to adjust fit and size. This seems to be reasonably priced and real convenient. They then let you "trade in" the following seasons as the kids progress/grow. I don't expect the gear to be anything other than retired rental gear, but that might be good enough. I'll update if we go this route.

    PlayitLeo- those 105s look like fun. How much adjustability is there in those binding's bsl without re-drilling? I'm not familiar with kids gear...yet.

  23. #2723
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    Quote Originally Posted by jables View Post
    PlayitLeo- those 105s look like fun. How much adjustability is there in those binding's bsl without re-drilling? I'm not familiar with kids gear...yet.
    I can check tomorrow and let you know. Pretty sure they were drilled for an ~ 18.5 (roces adjustable boot). I’d guess you could go 17.5 - 19.5 with no redrill, but I’ll confirm tomorrow after looking at them.



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  24. #2724
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tech Tonics View Post
    My 15yo daughter recently joined the HS club ski team. She’s been skiing forever, but this will be her first time racing.

    She needs a race helmet (FIS?) in order to compete.

    And maybe one of those super silly skin suit things.

    She’s 15, 5’4” and 100lbs ish.

    Anyone?
    PMed you

  25. #2725
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    Ended up getting a solid deal on used setups for the kids from Mountain Sports outlet in Silverthorn. Got the 4yo's setup without much issue but the 3yo's needed some brainstorming as their selection of tiny grom stuff was limited. They ended up taking a set of bindings off a slightly larger jr ski and remounted them to her 77cm skis to accomodate her size 16 boot. This was more work for them-at no cost to us- but got us setup to ski right away. They also gave me a discount (for being so damn handsome I assume). We were about $230 out the door for two setups (skis/boots) and a pair of grom goggles. The gear is ours, they'll adjust anything that is wonky and we can trade it for different sized stuff once or twice for no charge this season. Then come October we can "upgrade" to larger different setups by trading in whatever gear we have for 50% of the purchase price credit towards a "new" setup. Really, overall, pretty solid program IMO.

    Thanks all!

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