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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by SupreChicken View Post
    I bet a 187 tunnelvisjion would be a nice rival option to a 190 deathwish. The 108-112 waist size for inbounds riding is always a tough one for me. I like billy goats so much, I feel like that the 110 size is generally unnecessary. 100 mm for park/firm and up to 115+ for anything soft. Will see how I feel about the urrakkar, but I could see adding the rakkar as a firm snow option - like a sir Francis bacon or Jeff 108
    That's kinda where I've ended up too. ~100mm (currently 187 Masterblasters for me, at 96mm underfoot) for firm conditions inbounds, and then just jump up to ~115mm (currently 186 Bodacious, 190 Bibby, 191 OG Wren). I don't really see much need for an inbounds ski between those, at least for me.

    If I was going for a resort ski quiver of one, I probably would look at that differently.

  2. #52
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    SGN made a pretty cool video/as for the Rakkar.

    The Rakkar is fairly common around here - lots of people seem to enjoy them. It is not an uncommon part of 50/50 setup with touring bindings.

    Also, a bit more Togga Carbon stoke - perhaps better viewed with your own choice of music

  3. #53
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    I asked on IG, still only the 193 length for the tunnelvisjion next year ...

  4. #54
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    on the off chance any of you guys wanna get a pair of brand new SGN Togga Carbons at 40% off, contact this store: https://www.finn.no/bap/webstore/ad....kode=166724743

    I have no idea how go about subtracting VAT, but they have been extremely helpful in the past. Toggas are fairly costly at the best of times, so 40% sure doesn't hurt. The 2021 ski is identical as far as I know.

    SGN's Hurrungane carbon and Jostedalen carbon touring ski are also getting new graphics for next year (dunno if they have any more updates), so they can be found at a cool 50% off in the same shop.
    https://www.finn.no/bap/webstore/ad....kode=166722926
    https://www.finn.no/bap/webstore/ad....kode=166723400
    or Jostedalen alone from this shop
    https://www.jesting.no/produkt/sgn-jostedalen-carbon/

    I am not affiliated with SGN or the shops in any way, shape or form - but a decent deal is a decent deal, especially as the Norwegian Krone (NOK) is fairly low right now compared to USD/EUR.

  5. #55
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    Back to the EHP part of this... 4FRNT just posted in the "Renegade changes" thread asking some questions, including re a new EHP or flatter Hoji.
    Chime in on that if you've got EHP Redux interest! And may I suggest Pilsner graphics?

  6. #56
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    The Tunnelvisjon is tempting even in 193.
    Usually I ski shorter lengths, 186 for the Renegade 2014, 187 for the Hoji 2014, but the TVJ is softer and lighter than those 2 ones. The rockers are quite long also. So maybe I could handle them
    The last long skis I had and didn’t like were the SD115 190 and the Hokkaido 189 but they’re both stiffer and heavier and flatter.
    I have a BMX 115 185, it’s heavy around 2320g but super easy probably due to the softness. Actually I wish they were a bit longer and with less camber ...
    Plus I really dig TVJ graphics.

    First world problems

  7. #57
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    ain't nothing to it but to do it eh Only one way to find out

  8. #58
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    in case anybody wants to take the plunge on Tunnelvisjons, this is the cheapest I've seen them at 45% off:

    https://www.platousport.com/skiutsty...n-tunnelvisjon

  9. #59
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    Anyone skied the Sick Day 114 ? Looks similar to the Tunnelvisjon. Long rockers, low camber, light but not super light.
    There are reviews on Blister and Skitest but looking for more data ...

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