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    FS: DPS Wailer 99 POW SE 184 $425

    DPS wailer 99's 184 special Protect our winter edition with marker griffon 13's on the line for 306 boot
    Clean condition shipped with binding for price drop $375 to the lower 48
    Two mounts- the other is a kingpin
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    Last edited by L8APX; 01-25-2019 at 08:10 PM.
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    Nice deal. This is a great quiver ski. It rails groomers and anything smooth. It has serious backbone and rewards balance. Donít let the dentist rap fool ya!
    Uno mas

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    Seems pretty light for a quiver ski...how does it handle chop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejongiest View Post
    Seems pretty light for a quiver ski...how does it handle chop?
    Pure 3 is not as light and bouncy as the tour 1 and not as damp as some of the hybrid builds but it plays well in afternoon snow, does fair ok on hard/icy. It's really a soft snow boot deep and groomer ski that is not so one dimensional in turn shape. It can slarve, shmeer and rail edge short and long. It's not red so it's not the fastest, it's doesn't say SS prorider so it doesn't lay track in chunder. It's just a 99 waist ski that's fun to ride.
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    A place in the quiver. Not a one quiver ski. It likes a smooth and predictable running surface imho. Skis skinny for the dimensions. It demands speed, will blast soft chop but by no means damp.
    Uno mas

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    Makes a good touring ski too. I reach for mine most days. I'm not a huge fan of them in bounds but I attribute that more to skiing tech bindings than the ski.

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    These need to go if anyone wants to make an offer
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    Bump for price drop to $375
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    I'll take them @$375

    Please confirm the binder question I sent via pm

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