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    G3 Sendr 112

    any body ski it yet ?
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    Also curious. Think it's a fatter Manhattan or a flattened and narrowed Empire 115 Carbon?

    http://blistergearreview.com/gear-re...8-g3-sendr-112

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    4mm wider waist than the Manhattan, and I think a bit longer turn radius, would make a bitchin ride. They aren't so popular here it seems but I've loved every G3 I've skied or owned.

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    I got a buddy who is waffling between the sendr and another wailer they sound like 2 very different skis, sounds like the Sendr is bigger turns/more fun if you can control it , I am trying to convince him to go Sendr
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    A friend of mine here went from DPS to the Findr and couldn't be happier. ... That's all the two cents I've got. They look rad to me

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    I'd also think those are very different skis, G3 tends to be stiff and burly.

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    FWIW my friend is not a huge charger or anything and really likes them. I don't think he would enjoy a stiff and burly ski.

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    You know the Sendr and Findr are totally different fucking skis, right?

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    well exactly^^ except they are both 112 underfoot

    dude is putting a lot on the blister review cuz the Sendr is brand new and there is not much info out there which is why I am asking

    so i pointed out that a larger turning radius should be more fun and he he is not some fucking dentist who need the wailer to make up for his lack of ski days
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    well the sendr and the wailer are both 112, the findr is a different story altogether...

    I'm still hoping to one day get a 185 Synapse 109, that looks like such a fun ski

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    Bump for more info?

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    ya, he got the sendr and likes it
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    Do you know where/when he likes it?

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    well only one day so far and it happened to be a 70cm pow cycle

    but he didnt say anything bad ... I think we need more testing
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    Jeez, poor guy, only a one dimensional test day...

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    Powder king is not that steep so 70cms of early season snow would have probably been bottomless/actualy too much snow but like I said he didnt say anything bad
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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    well exactly^^ except they are both 112 underfoot

    dude is putting a lot on the blister review cuz the Sendr is brand new and there is not much info out there which is why I am asking

    so i pointed out that a larger turning radius should be more fun and he he is not some fucking dentist who need the wailer to make up for his lack of ski days
    Findr is 102....

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    Anyone skied the Sendr? How about the weight on the 181cm version?

    Looking for a directional, pow touring ski. I like "traditionally" mounted, damp skis traditionally. I did NOT like the 4frnt Raven. Love my old skook Atomic Atlas. Want a lighter version of that really
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