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  1. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chugachjed View Post
    Like how much less burly than a dynastar? Still able to blast through chop?
    Softer for sure and easier to ski than the og fully cambered dynastars, still a super damp ski, the only ski I’ve been on with similar snow feel regarding smoothing everything out is other stocklis.

  2. #77
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    Got stormrider in my life

    Lähetetty minun FIG-LX1 laitteesta Tapatalkilla

  3. #78
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    Quote Originally Posted by Self Jupiter View Post
    Super generous of you, thank you. I should, but I shouldn’t. Anyone here of stronger convictions?
    You should absolutely buy those.
    And sell them to me for pennies on the dollar when you realize how badly you want the 201.

  4. #79
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    ^I actually had a lead on the 201s a couple years back. Might have posted about it here? I am not worthy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ville View Post
    Got stormrider in my life

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    Nice! Those are unicorns too, as far as I know

  5. #80
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    Selling my 2007 Stockli Stormrider 188 Scot Schmidt pro's

    Hey guys, I'm selling mine on ebay: 2007 Stockli Stormrider 188 Scot Schmidt pro's w/ Salomon S912Ti bindings.

  6. #81
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeoK View Post
    I can help to send them over - I have not experience with international ski-mailings but maybe we could also arrange something around euroBBI. PM me if you have a plan and want my local help.

    Leok, any chance these are still available?

    Can you shoot me a PM and we can arrange something?

  7. #82
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    Hi,

    I am not selling any stormriders myself... but I can check the link. I can not PM you (maybe something with your settings you should change).

    They seem to be still around as are some others: https://www.ricardo.ch/de/s/stöckli%20stomrider

    If you buy them you can have my address or I can maybe try to pick them up... Than we would have to find someone to take care of the shipping (taking them on in a skibag on a plane).

    Best option: you PM me and we discuss further.

  8. #83
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    Some recent chatter in the quiver thread about Stockli's got me doing some stormrider searching on ebay. The model that pops up alot is the Stormrider TT 110. I was always curious as to why this ski did not seem to work out and is for sale alot. Is it that they were to stiff or that they were a full twin tip? Made for AK faces only? I've seen these things for sale brand new for less than $200 and also people selling for $800+. Obviously no love for this model.

    asking for a friend!

  9. #84
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    I had a pair of tt110s briefly, they were really sick skis actually, at least for me. My main issue was that I was pretty in between sizes, went for the 192 and that thing was so damn heavy. It’s actually pretty easy to ski, has almost no camber and is super damp. They were just so god damn heavy I couldn’t deal with lugging them up the side country boot packs around here, and they were a little too long, if they were available in a 185 or 186 instead of 182 and 192 I probably would still own a pair. If I skied more inbounds I probably would have kept the long pair.

  10. #85
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    I have a Stormrider 110 TT 192cm, but have not skied it yet.
    My pair weighs 2346g per ski, which I don't consider "heavy" at all. YMMV.
    136-110-124 R=30.4m

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  11. #86
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    I should note mine had p18s with cast so the binding set up was not helping. I did find them to ski like a classic stockli even though they aren’t terribly stiff. Kind of an under rated playful charger.

  12. #87
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    I have a set of the 110TT's in a 192 currently for sale in the link if anyone is interested...

    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...omic-TeleDaddy

  13. #88
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    I've owned 194 XLs and 184 DP Pros.
    Yesterday I skied my new to me, old 186 Scot Schmidt Pros (91mm waist).

    Holy Christ.
    Damp as Fuck.
    Super edge hold.
    Demanded the fall line.
    No speed limit.
    Like the ol' jump turns.

    Best groomer / bump day evar?

    In search of the elusive artic powder weasel ...

  14. #89
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    I still regret selling my 201 DP Pros.

    If anyone’s holding....


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    I rip the groomed on tele gear

  15. #90
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    I loved those old 184 DP pros. Wish I still had a pair.

  16. #91
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    Quote Originally Posted by pfluffenmeister View Post
    I've owned 194 XLs and 184 DP Pros.
    Yesterday I skied my new to me, old 186 Scot Schmidt Pros (91mm waist).

    Holy Christ.
    Damp as Fuck.
    Super edge hold.
    Demanded the fall line.
    No speed limit.
    Like the ol' jump turns.

    Best groomer / bump day evar?

    These are the light gray ones with yellow on the tip bases? Sounds delightful


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  17. #92
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpinevibes View Post
    These are the light gray ones with yellow on the tip bases? Sounds delightful


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    Yes, and it was.

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    In search of the elusive artic powder weasel ...

  18. #93
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    And 1st Gen M98s... first big boy ski I ever got on. Kicked my ass, since I was a hack!

  19. #94
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    Yes, they are serious skis.

    Probably too much for me @150#.
    But if you:

    Keep your harms up!
    Knees forward!
    Pressure the shins!
    Drive the tips!!!

    They are rewarding.
    Recently picked up the MX98 184 square tail, which will likely be my unicorn ski, so the 194s may be up for sale cheap.
    In search of the elusive artic powder weasel ...

  20. #95
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    Anybody ski these sr-107s?

    Found a couple pairs for sale locally and wondering how they compare to the "pro" version with very similar top sheet

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  21. #96
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Don't Surf View Post
    Anybody ski these sr-107s?

    Found a couple pairs for sale locally and wondering how they compare to the "pro" version with very similar top sheet

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    Pretty sure that was a good one. I think the “pro” was longer or wider correct?

    The only stocklis that sucked were the year with the little inlays at the tip, I think they were 2017.

  22. #97
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    The pro was 105 under foot iirc. I am also pretty sure that’s a good vintage

  23. #98
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    Quote Originally Posted by Self Jupiter View Post
    The pro was 105 under foot iirc. I am also pretty sure that’s a good vintage
    I thought they were more like a 110, and 192

  24. #99
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitamin I View Post
    I have a Stormrider 110 TT 192cm, but have not skied it yet.
    My pair weighs 2346g per ski, which I don't consider "heavy" at all. YMMV.
    136-110-124 R=30.4m

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    I rode a pair of these this last week - groomers, 3" of fresh fluff on groomed and 12" of cut up powder. These skis are awesome..

  25. #100
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    Quote Originally Posted by Climber Joe View Post
    I thought they were more like a 110, and 192
    https://www.skimag.com/.amp/gear/sto...rider-pro-2014

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