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  1. #1
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    Feeler: WTT ON3P Supergoats for Wren 108s

    Looking like a high probability I am moving to the east coast for work later this summer. Will still hopefully get a west coast ski trip in each year. As such looking at trading my supergoats for wren 108s 189s for more versatility.
    Supergoats are 1.5x build with grey tops and green sidewalks. Mounted with yellow sth2 16 for 322. Skied only 3 days cause I had a crappy winter and skis are pretty minty bindings were previously used and show more wear.
    Trade for the most recent iteration of wren 108s 189cm in similar condition with it without bindings.
    I am in Seattle and can post pics if there is interest.

  2. #2
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    Where do you plan to ski in the east?
    May want to also consider 96 (or 98s).
    Uno mas

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    East coast location is tbd. Plan is a 2 ski quiver something 90ish and cambered then the wrens

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    Feeler: WTT ON3P Supergoats for Wren 108s

    Have you skied the W108?
    Not nearly as loose as goats. To me itís a swollen 95 uf camber ski with too much rocker.

    With that said it could be all anyone needs as a their only ski (how boring) in places like WA, CO, MT, OR, Tahoe
    Last edited by CascadeLuke; 07-20-2019 at 03:31 PM.

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    I havenít skied the 108s but have lots of time on traditional boards, my current other skis are movement goliaths. Looking for a cross between the goats and the goliaths for east coast powder or a single ski for a west coast trip. The goats are great in the soft but only ok on 2d snow. If I donít get any bites I might keep them, replace the Goliathís with something like a Brahma then travel with both.

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    Feeler: WTT ON3P Supergoats for Wren 108s

    Quote Originally Posted by carlh View Post
    East coast location is tbd. Plan is a 2 ski quiver something 90ish and cambered then the wrens
    Cool. I find the 108s to ski wider than advertised and not a bad thing ... a great ec soft condition/6-12Ē new ski. Just not a daily driver here (northern VT perspective).
    Last edited by Doremite; 07-20-2019 at 07:32 PM.
    Uno mas

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    WORST IDEA EVER
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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
    ...itís a swollen 95 uf camber ski with too much rocker...
    what i wouldn't give for a little less out front - just a few smijg's, maybe three. I can live with the height
    "knowledgeable in escapades of the flesh"

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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post

    With that said it could be all anyone needs as a their only ski (how boring) in places like WA, CO, MT, OR, Tahoe
    Praxis Rx
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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    Praxis Rx
    You have a minty extra set Bobby?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gepeto View Post
    what i wouldn't give for a little less out front - just a few smijg's, maybe three. I can live with the height
    Yes thatís what I mean

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    Pm'd with a few questions.

  13. #13
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    I have an older version of W108 in 189 and I just moved from NY to UT and could potentially be interested. The skis are mounted with sth2 for 317mm boot with room to adjust.

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