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    FS: 2016 Line Sick Day 102 186cm, Dynafit Radical ST 2.0, Skins $700 Denver

    Line Sick Day 102's, 186cm length. Skis have approx 15 days on them, probably 12 of those out of bounds - as such a few base blemishes but nothing to the core/major (I can take a better photo of the blemishes if need be too). Mounted with Dynafit Radical ST 2.0 that can shred hard in bounds too. Skins included. Only catch is I have mounted the skis twice - I mounted them a bit too far forward the first go round and remounted them on the recommended line. Everything in excellent shape, just looking to go a different route for my touring setup.

    $500 OBO
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    bumparoo

    note, price OBO. ALso my buddy asked why the photos make the edges look all janky - it's because i used the panoramic feature on my phone - I promise they're not wavy like that lol.

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    BSL?



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    Try $500 and they may sell.


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    stay outta my line

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireStrom View Post
    BSL?



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    Iíll have to double check but pretty certain my Dynafits are 28.5 mondo and 316mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by TransplantedFromRMNP View Post
    Try $500 and they may sell.

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    Cool story bro

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    Are these only for bow legged skiers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3PinGrin View Post
    Are these only for bow legged skiers?
    Yes

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    bump, $500 OBO here in Denver

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    Any idea how much the skis weigh?

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    Bwahaha. Good work!

    Quote Originally Posted by TransplantedFromRMNP View Post
    Try $500 and they may sell.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gnargnarshredski View Post
    Cool story bro
    Quote Originally Posted by gnargnarshredski View Post
    bump, $500 OBO here in Denver

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    DIN/TUV certification means jack shit for your knees.

    And the cert they do have is not the alpine DIN certification designed around protecting your bones anyhow.

    But GLWS. Just don't spread bad gear roomers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doebedoe View Post
    DIN/TUV certification means jack shit for your knees.

    And the cert they do have is not the alpine DIN certification designed around protecting your bones anyhow.

    But GLWS. Just don't spread bad gear roomers.
    You're not incorrect regarding the cert they have vs the alpine DIN cert, but I am also not incorrect that the 2.0 binding has much improved releasability and is in fact, likely to be safer for your knees. So you know, thanks for showing up I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnargnarshredski View Post
    bump, $500 OBO here in Denver
    candidly, no - can't find the deets on the 2016 model (this one) but the next year's model is advertised at approx 1900g per ski and the bindings are approx 650g per binding, so approx 2550g per ski mounted. Pretty sure my wife has a food-prep scale I can use to verify for you if you're interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnargnarshredski View Post
    You're not incorrect regarding the cert they have vs the alpine DIN cert, but I am also not incorrect that the 2.0 binding has much improved releasability and is in fact, likely to be safer for your knees. So you know, thanks for showing up I guess.
    Actually, you are incorrect. The 2.0 has no lateral elasticity in the toe, and the only thing it offers over the 1.0 is a spring-loaded heel. Which has fuck all to do with releasability of the heel in a backwards twisting falls (which is what matters for you knees) and only compensates for ski flex.

    Thanks for not knowing shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doebedoe View Post
    Actually, you are incorrect. The 2.0 has no lateral elasticity in the toe, and the only thing it offers over the 1.0 is a spring-loaded heel. Which has fuck all to do with releasability of the heel in a backwards twisting falls (which is what matters for you knees) and only compensates for ski flex.

    Thanks for not knowing shit.
    So... you're not interested in buying the skis then? Seems like no. I've removed my "good for your knees" comment just for you, my friend. Feel better now? I sure hope so - thanks for stopping by!

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