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  1. #7701
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    Jun 2018
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    I got the kids out on their ON3Ps yesterday for the first time. Jain (the boy) has a ďcold dead handsĒ love for his Candide 1.0 Jrs., so he waited till the second half of the day for fear of missing out on the deep morning snow on his own terms. Morgan (the girl) said she immediately felt comfortable on the 161 Jesse. She skied steep and low angle pow with equal joy all morning, and treacherous dust on refrozen crust in the afternoon. No complaints and I donít think sheíll be wanting to ski on anything else any time soon. Juryís out for Jain on the 151 Charlie Murphys, as he only got on them for the gnarly part of the day, but he hucked a 12í cliff onto a shit landing platform and runout, and came out laughing, so itís looking promising.

  2. #7702
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    HA! What a good dad.

  3. #7703
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    First pow day on the Beegies. Big fan.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B7R4KzrA...d=gctrv4w4f7zq

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  4. #7704
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    May 2019
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    Seattle
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    Loving the Woodsman 108s, such confidence inspiring skis whether it's dumping or low tide!

  5. #7705
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    Oct 2008
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    Golden, CO
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    Cat Camo FTW

  6. #7706
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    Good times at Wolfy earlier today.
    (108 Wrens with the Steeple top sheets)
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    °”rale, vato!

  7. #7707
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    Feb 2010
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    Portland by way of Bozeman
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    ON3P SKIS Discussion

    Another day on the eponymous Billy Goats. At the risk of stating the obvious; these skis effing slay it. Like, take no prisoners, hold my d!ck, haul ass everywhere awesome sauce. Glorious... nay, spiritual.

    If you donít know; now you know. Git sum!!

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  8. #7708
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    Aug 2016
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    No longer Alexandria, VA
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    Lots of BG love going on lately and the conditions call for it. So versatile, and turns out they're also good at launching into blind landings. I feel bad for the deadfall I landed on... no damage to the skis, but the tree branches were a little dinged up.
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  9. #7709
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    Well done boys!!


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  10. #7710
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    Sep 2010
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    I'll chime in with some BG stoke. Don't know how to embed this but here ya go:

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B7M3tPpF5K-/
    "Alpine rock and steep, deep powder are what I seek, and I will always find solace there." - Bean Bowers

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  11. #7711
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    Dec 2006
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    Your Mom's House
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    Quote Originally Posted by auvgeek View Post
    I'll chime in with some BG stoke. Don't know how to embed this but here ya go:

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B7M3tPpF5K-/
    So 191 BG's can't turn, eh?
    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    All ye punterz! Leave thine stupid heavy skis in the past, or at least in the resort category, for the age of lightweight pussy sticks is upon us! Behold! Keep up with the randocommandos on their carbon blades of shortness! Break thine tibias into spiral splinters with pintech extravagance!

  12. #7712
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    Sep 2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by adrenalated View Post
    So 191 BG's can't turn, eh?
    Oh, that's just user error.
    "Alpine rock and steep, deep powder are what I seek, and I will always find solace there." - Bean Bowers

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  13. #7713
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    Feb 2008
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    Reno, NV
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    Barn Find OG 191 BG
    Skied twice, mounted once...


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  14. #7714
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    Quote Originally Posted by scmartin69 View Post
    Barn Find OG 191 BG
    Skied twice, mounted once...


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    For sale??

  15. #7715
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    Boston
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  16. #7716
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    Golden, CO
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    Hahaha

  17. #7717
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    Reno, NV
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    LOL... Let me mount them up for my Pivots and if I'm not man enough I'll throw them out for the pack to fight over...

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  18. #7718
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    Haha deal.

  19. #7719
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    Question for you ON3P fanboys. Any large dudes out there rocking ON3P? I saw the BG and the C&D were both only offered in a 189. Worried they'll be too short. 6'3 210lbs.

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  20. #7720
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    That 189 is longer than a lot of companiesí 19x.

  21. #7721
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    Goats (Steeple) are good in pow, eh?

  22. #7722
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    Quote Originally Posted by brundo View Post
    Question for you ON3P fanboys. Any large dudes out there rocking ON3P? I saw the BG and the C&D were both only offered in a 189. Worried they'll be too short. 6'3 210lbs.

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    Hey Brundo, hereís my 2 cents.

    Iím about 6í3Ē 225.

    BGís are awesome and as already stated they run long compared to most other brands. However, I do find that I wish they were a little bigger in certain situations. They donít float all that great for me in low angle pow. Also, I havenít quite nailed the conditions yet, but I think in deep variable chop, where you are going into deeper piles the tips can sink for me.

    No experience with C&Dís, but I would guess that would help with flotation.

    I took out some 1.5 flex Supergoats for the first time today. Problem solved! I had been searching for a standard flex but beggars canít be too choosy. These might be less versatile but they are powder rocket ships!

    Where do you ski and how do you ski? Depending on your answers, the collective can probably help steer you.

  23. #7723
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    Quote Originally Posted by Backward_Banana View Post
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    Goats (Steeple) are good in pow, eh?
    Good for hovering over the pow too, apparently

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  24. #7724
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    Nov 2016
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    Quote Originally Posted by greasyslope View Post
    Hey Brundo, hereís my 2 cents.

    Iím about 6í3Ē 225.

    BGís are awesome and as already stated they run long compared to most other brands. However, I do find that I wish they were a little bigger in certain situations. They donít float all that great for me in low angle pow. Also, I havenít quite nailed the conditions yet, but I think in deep variable chop, where you are going into deeper piles the tips can sink for me.

    No experience with C&Dís, but I would guess that would help with flotation.

    I took out some 1.5 flex Supergoats for the first time today. Problem solved! I had been searching for a standard flex but beggars canít be too choosy. These might be less versatile but they are powder rocket ships!

    Where do you ski and how do you ski? Depending on your answers, the collective can probably help steer you.
    The ski would be for central idaho. I do a lot of tree skiing (sometimes very tight trees) and do my best to find the steep stuff but it can be kinda hard (mountains just aren't as steep here). Will be doing 1-3 annual trips to Grand Targhee/Jackson Hole or the SLC resorts. I ski hard (I think) and will do 20' cliffs but not much of a flipper/spinner. Spend 90% of my time off piste. Looking for something to compliment the Praxis MVP I have now and replace my Nocta Air for the resort.

  25. #7725
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    Aug 2018
    Location
    Montana
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    Quote Originally Posted by brundo View Post
    I do a lot of tree skiing (sometimes very tight trees)
    the billy goat will treat you well

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