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  1. #1
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    skis you WISH existed...

    I wish PM Gear would make the BRO-bama. Yes we can- shred the gnar.

  2. #2
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    I wish someone made a ski that behaved like both EHP and EP pro and everythin in between.


    GimmeGimmeGimmeGimmeGimmeGimmeGimmeGimmeGimmeGimme GimmeGimmeGimme

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    Hmm, speaking of, I'd wish for a PMGear carbon BRO 17x, possibly with a slightly elongated shovel. Light weight + 32m radius for the icy steeps, would be a ski mountaineering machine.

    Splat?

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    A Mothership that weighs 5.5 pounds per pair but sacrifices nothing in rigidity or crud busting ability.

  5. #5
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    Skis with an anti gravity device. It would make touring a lot easier, plus those extra large hucks.

  6. #6
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    Trab Stelvio XL Light with a slight tip rocker a la AP/Coomback

  7. #7
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    skis with built in teleporter, or a gortex shell with same technology- no more passes, lifts, lines or choppas booooooooooyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
    Zone Controller

    "He wants to be a pro, bro, not some schmuck." - Hugh Conway

    "DigitalDeath would kick my ass. He has the reach of a polar bear." - Crass3000

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    195 JJ
    What's with all the midget sized funshapes??

  9. #9
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    191 Billy Goat. 118mm wide.

  10. #10
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    192 Elan m777 +25mm everywhere w/flat camber.
    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

  11. #11
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    188 S7 forebody with a flat tail.

  12. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by nateski View Post
    I wish PM Gear would make the BRO-bama. Yes we can- shred the gnar.
    ...but your kids (and their kids) would have to pay for them? And more than half of us would half to buy them even if we all agreed the sucked ass - because someone else decided that was the only ski they were going to let us use?

    Yeah...go for it...
    Gravity. It's the law.

  13. #13
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    ^^^^ Too fucking funny. Oh ya, sad its true.

  14. #14
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    My dream skis from days of yore:
    204 K2 KV Comp with a 100mm waist
    200cm Atomic Powder Plus
    193 Head Monster Cross w/ Full Metal Jacket
    193 Atomic Big Daddy w/ flat mounting platform (which they eventually made...)

    Dream skis of today (or tomorrow?):
    190 Atomic Big Daddy (125 waist version) w/ flat camber
    193 Blizzard Titan Pro 1cm wider throughout (105 waist)
    190 Volkl Explosiv back from the dead. Somebody had to say it.

    Here's to living in the past, eh?

  15. #15
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    DPS lotus 120 in 184 size

  16. #16
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    A 100 waisted explosive/b-squad like ski that weighs less than my wailers (1400g) but skis like the 194 squats. Touring and power. Yay!

    what I really want are some dream boots, but I already started a thread about that.....

  17. #17
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    A super light, rockered XXL with an even more solid feel and the same surgical precision.
    eating and sleeping is serious business

  18. #18
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    soft-flexing powder skis for the tinies. My 6yo loves the woods and is rocking her 99mm-snowblades-turned-powder-ride, but would have so much more fun on a ski her size that actually flexed.
    "I know you believe you understand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant."- Alan Greenspan

  19. #19
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    A 08/09 obsethed thats 125 underfoot with the same flex and rocker profile. That would be a sick quiver of one.
    Or and R/R ski that railed hardpack

  20. #20
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    DPS EHP 186 Pure.

  21. #21
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    the funny thing is aside from all the anti-gravity and unrealistic joking, all these skis can be made via custom process.

    You could talk any one of the custom shops into making what you want, so its not that they don't exist its that you cant afford them.

    I made a 186 120 version, no prepreg carbon, glass ski that I love. Little soft however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lobstahmeatwad View Post
    the funny thing is aside from all the anti-gravity and unrealistic joking, all these skis can be made via custom process.

    You could talk any one of the custom shops into making what you want, so its not that they don't exist its that you cant afford them.

    I made a 186 120 version, no prepreg carbon, glass ski that I love. Little soft however.
    I think most people realised that the title of the thread wasn't "custom skis you would build cause you could afford it"

    If a ski "exists" it will show up on sale the year after, when I can afford it...

  23. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by verbier61 View Post
    DPS lotus 120 in 184 size
    click on "womens" under "products".
    "The trouble with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money" --Margaret Thatcher

  24. #24
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    75mm waist, full rocker, reverse sidecut, bamboo core with metal topsheet.

  25. #25
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    "188 S7 forebody with a flat tail. "

    atlas 182 ? looks short on paper but the 188 S7 is a pretty short 188 too.

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