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  1. #1
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    Line EP Pro clown shoes.

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    Line Eric Pollard Pro 185
    Super fun rockered twin tip. Unparalleled float and playfulness.
    Based & edges in excellent shape.
    Tops have two tele mounts, no alpine mounts. Hammerhead-6 and quasi standard 4 hole. Topsheet has typical dings of a fat ski used by a marginally skilled tele skier.

    Buyer pays actual shipping.

    I have reverted to Jong status and can not recall how to attach a pic. I'll go learn and come back to add pics
    Last edited by hose-man; 11-11-2017 at 07:40 PM. Reason: SOLD

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    Price?

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    Price and pic. I love clown shoes

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    Lol. Details.....
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    probably the dumbest ski I’ve ever had the pleasure to ski-on.
    for an entire season I used it as a quiver of one and it performed as expected. groomers sucked chopped snow sucked mank sucked and of course ice sucked. there is one condition where the noodle will not suck and that is 18” bottomless on a mediocre hill.
    I kept that pair around so I can someday let my son feel just how sucky it was to ski that thing every day.
    signed
    Praxis Rx

    150$ is a fair price for admission on the clown ride
    bF
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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    probably the dumbest ski Iíve ever had the pleasure to ski-on.
    for an entire season I used it as a quiver of one and it performed as expected. groomers sucked chopped snow sucked mank sucked and of course ice sucked. there is one condition where the noodle will not suck and that is 18Ē bottomless on a mediocre hill.
    I kept that pair around so I can someday let my son feel just how sucky it was to ski that thing every day.
    signed
    Praxis Rx

    150$ is a fair price for admission on the clown ride
    Thatís one hell of a review. Iím gonna sleep on it

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    Thanks alpy!
    Get em here, while they lasts folks, heirloom quality skis so fun alpy spent an entire season skiing only these skis. Make Memories so vivid you'll procreate just To have someone to pass them down to.
    Don't miss out !!

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    I owned the 2009, 2010, and 2011 models of the EP Pro. The later models were supposedly a little stiffer, and the 2009 was definitely softer than the other two.

    These are not for charging hard, They love to play around. and if you have areas at your local hill with tighter trees or lower angle spots where you still wanna dick around these are amazing. They have much more pop than the flex would suggest, but they have a pretty low speed limit depending on your weight. I had a ton of fun poking through the trees all around Stevens Pass on the EP Pro, and it think it does well for people in the under 160# weight class.

    I currently have 183 Atomic Bent Chetlers in my quiver that are pretty close to being as "fun," but much better at speed, and in mixed snow. I think if the EP Pro had the same camber profile that the Bent Chetler does it would have been a much better ski, even at that soft flex. (My Bent chetlers have at least 5mm of camber, and are very springy). My Bents are mounted pretty far back though, which I like much better than the recommended mounts they have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hose-man View Post
    Thanks alpy!
    Get em here, while they lasts folks, heirloom quality skis so fun alpy spent an entire season skiing only these skis. Make Memories so vivid you'll procreate just To have someone to pass them down to.
    Don't miss out !!
    Joe doesn’t give the ep pro nearly enough credit.
    this ski is so soft that it shoulda been named E D
    bF
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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    Joe doesnít give the ep pro nearly enough credit.
    this ski is so soft that it shoulda been named E D
    Ha!

    Line ED pros


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    Sold locally.

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