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  1. #101
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    I've got a pair of Ramblin Jacks @181cm on order and will most likely be riding them ~5 days a week at Stevens once they arrive. I'll try to remember to get back to this thread with my 2c after I've had some time on them.

    If you are in the area, definitely try to poke into their shop, it speaks volumes about the product.

  2. #102
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    Quote Originally Posted by peshastin_proud;

    bF
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  3. #103
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    Am incredibly stoked buddy mounting up some Cash 110s in the shop tonight!


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  4. #104
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    When I showed up last night I guess you guys were already packed up! I guess I'll have to swing by the shop sometime.

  5. #105
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    I nominate "change for a nickel" as the Maggot discount code for Lithic purchases.
    Carry on.


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  6. #106
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    the 181 ramblin jack at ~7.5lbs is pretty tempting, especially if there's a mag discount code. just sayin

    good looking skis, I appreciate having the bc core option on all the models.

  7. #107
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    Mbillie, I haven't skied the BC core, but I know the shape works great for me! Where are you located?(test drive mine later?)


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  8. #108
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    Whats up with Lithic Skis?

    Iím in SLC which I think is far from you? though the BSL would work once my new boots come... I got an open quiver spot for a ~110 deep days touring ski, and Iím keen to use either a maggot brand (preference) or a local SLC brand

  9. #109
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    Mbillie, I haven't skied the BC core, but I know the shape works!


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  10. #110
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbillie1 View Post
    Iím in SLC which I think is far from you? though the BSL would work once my new boots come... I got an open quiver spot for a ~110 deep days touring ski, and Iím keen to use either a maggot brand (preference) or a local SLC brand
    Riff lives in my zone. Yet another reason to come out here.

  11. #111
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leavenworth Skier View Post
    Riff lives in my zone. Yet another reason to come out here.
    yeah this increasingly has to happen. maybe spring.

  12. #112
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbillie1 View Post
    yeah this increasingly has to happen. maybe spring.
    Not sure if you picked up on it but Lithic is in the same building as my biz.

  13. #113
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leavenworth Skier View Post
    Not sure if you picked up on it but Lithic is in the same building as my biz.
    that is chill as hell. this in wenatchee?

  14. #114
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbillie1 View Post
    that is chill as hell. this in wenatchee?
    Little bump in the road outside of Leavenworth. Kind of crazy, in our building we also have a critical medical cnc place (ie bionic heart valves), a winery, a bitcoin mine and a kombucha brewery. If only we had a mj business too, then it'd be one stop shop for libertarians.

  15. #115
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    no craft brewery? step up

  16. #116
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbillie1 View Post
    no craft brewery? step up
    I've been trying to talk the winery guys in to buying a still.

  17. #117
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    Quote Originally Posted by kai_ski View Post
    When I showed up last night I guess you guys were already packed up! I guess I'll have to swing by the shop sometime.
    Damn, sorry we missed you...needed to go prep for Thanksgiving food stuffs. Next time!

  18. #118
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    Blown away that no one here has said anything about the Arlo/Guthrie V Chx test comparison... been waiting for weeks and yet still no discussion, is this not the stick that so many were so interested in? No less in 2 different sizing options and at least 3 different flex options?? I'm not trying to push shit but how is it that no one is having this discussion on this thread??? Seriously just based on shape, core profile (from what I've heard), and builder rep (also from what I've heard), one of these are already in my top 3 "next boards" options from only the same amount of companies, I really think that the Arlo or Guthrie w/ Arlo flex could be an unbelievably dope bc stick, could also easily be wrong, but how is it that this hasn't been discussed?!?? It's been bugging me a lot because I have been considering changing up my touring setup for a while and I really like the asymmetrical sidecut options but these designs really bring back in to play a tried and true. Thoughts???


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  19. #119
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    Quote Originally Posted by eskido View Post
    Blown away that no one here has said anything about the Arlo/Guthrie V Chx test comparison... been waiting for weeks and yet still no discussion, is this not the stick that so many were so interested in? No less in 2 different sizing options and at least 3 different flex options?? I'm not trying to push shit but how is it that no one is having this discussion on this thread??? Seriously just based on shape, core profile (from what I've heard), and builder rep (also from what I've heard), one of these are already in my top 3 "next boards" options from only the same amount of companies, I really think that the Arlo or Guthrie w/ Arlo flex could be an unbelievably dope bc stick, could also easily be wrong, but how is it that this hasn't been discussed?!?? It's been bugging me a lot because I have been considering changing up my touring setup for a while and I really like the asymmetrical sidecut options but these designs really bring back in to play a tried and true. Thoughts???


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    Whatís the Chx? Honestly, unless weíre prototyping a new shape, I ski the arlos Inbounds and in the backcountry. Same length for both setups; 187. Itís my favorite ski of all time at the moment. Simply, it suits the way I like to ski and can handle up to a foot of pow no problem!


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  20. #120
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    Whats up with Lithic Skis?

    A TGR'r named SuperChicken always wanted a slimmed down version of the Protest and tried pretty hard to get Keith to make em, kind of along the lines that everyone adores that stick but it'd be sweet to have a slimmer one for touring and versatility. It quickly became known as the chxtest, but never got past that. Seems that the Arlo/Guthrie shape shares a lot of those characteristics and personally I can't wait to try one out! I was just kinda blown away that it really hasn't been discussed here as the chxtest discussion had a pretty solid following. I can definitely see the Arlo in my quiver, looks stoopid fun for sure. Really dig several of your designs on paper actually, that specific one just fills a spot for me more so than the others, can't wait to fondle some. Also agree with pretty much everything Adrenalated has said about wanting to see more info because it will be so hard to get hands on em.
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  21. #121
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leavenworth Skier View Post
    I've been trying to talk the winery guys in to buying a still.
    Dis tillin is the way of purefacshun.
    Do not count the days

    Make the days count.

  22. #122
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    Quote Originally Posted by peshastin_proud View Post
    Am incredibly stoked buddy mounting up some Cash 110s in the shop tonight!


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    Your buddy has good taste in shirts.

    I'm interested in the Ramblin' Jack for a new touring ski. I'm in Wenatchee and ski Mission or tour most days in the winter. Love to try a 187 when/if you have a demo pair.

  23. #123
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    We've got a couple Ramblin' Jacks floating around in the 181 length that might work for you to take out for a day. Let me know what your BSL is and I'll see what we can come up with. Also, we should be getting some demo skis at Mission this year, no RJs but we'll have the Joplins and the Cashes up there for demo. The Ramblin' Jacks however, will be at available to demo through Ascent Outdoors in Seattle within the next few weeks. I'll keep everyone on this thread posted when that officially happens, meaning, after we make the skis.

  24. #124
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    Yeah, oh man. The chicken test.

    Never had a pair made because the quixote dropped and they were both 118 underfoot. Went with that instead. For my style in the BC (namely conservative and more playful than chargey), the Q just wasn't the right ski. It (IMO) is an inbounds shape. The chx-test would be better at slow speeds and a little slarvier in soft snow. Probably far worse on firm snow. I'm not all that convinced that the gains in soft snow over a GPO at -1 would be great enough to warrant the sacrifice on hard snow. I think I had the right ski and spent a lot of money looking for a solution to a problem that didn't exist.

    But I agree. The Arlo looks great. So does the Cohen for that matter.

    The Arlo to me looks like a Protest style tip (with a whiff of JJ/S7 flare for agility) with a GPO/C&D style rocker profile. Looks awesome. Like maybe that perfect hybrid between a GPO and protest for pow touring.

    The Cohen looks like the rocker lands smack between the Bibby and the Billy Goat without the RES. I'd try that ship in or out of bounds.

    I'd love to try em all, actually.
    wait!!!! waitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwait...Wait!
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  25. #125
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    Ty I need a 195! signed the giant next door to you :-P

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