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  1. #1
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    FS: Dynafit Meteorite, Blizzard Scout, Zero G 95, Plum + ATK bindings, skins

    Dynafit Meteorite 177 - SOLD

    Blizzard Scout 177 - SOLD

    Blizzard ZeroG 95 178 - SOLD

    PM me with questions or interest. Willing to meet up in the greater Seattle area, otherwise buyer pays shipping within the CONUS. Thanks!

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  2. #2
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    Dibs/PM sent on ZeroG setup.
    I french kissed Kelly Kapowski.

  3. #3
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    Updated binding pics of the ATK's

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  4. #4
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    damn... good prices

  5. #5
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    2nd in line for the zero Gs...

  6. #6
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    PM Incoming on Scouts

  7. #7
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    Bump for price drop on the Meteorite package

  8. #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadescl View Post
    Bump for price drop on the Meteorite package
    How do they ski? Pretty heavy for a touring ski, are they damper on the down than lightweight stuff? Not much on the inter webs for reviews on these guys.

  9. #9
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    After spending years on 1200-1500 gram skis it was a treat to tour with these. They ski much more like a 100ish-waisted resort ski on the down. I found them to be damp, stable, and not easily pushed around. They have ample rocker and cruise through powder more like a 105-110 waisted ski. Over the past few years I've transitioned to heavier skis that ski downhill much better than the featherweight stuff that so many companies are pushing. It's easy to offset the weight of a slightly heavier (and better-skiing) ski with a lightweight but solid binding (like the guides), mohair skins, and any of the available sub-1500 gram boots that still charge. Only reason I'm selling these is that I'm trying to thin my quiver as I will be focusing more on climbing and less on skiing the next year or two.

  10. #10
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    Bump for price drop on the meteorites, or make me an offer!

  11. #11
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    send you a pm about Meteorites

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