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    Kastle FX94 176

    Skied once, as new.

    Drilled 1x for sollys at 308

    $350 no binders (the ninjas do look bad ass tho eh?) shipped conus
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    Life of a repo man is always intense.

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    Life of a repo man is always intense.

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    I've picked up a well-used pair of these in the same length for a low-tide work ski (weekend volunteer). Fun ski, not a charger or "fat GS ski" at my weight (170), but not a noodle either. I'd call them super user-friendly and intuitive, you forget about them under your feet - which is really nice when carrying a snow fence or maneuvering a sled. Kind of a 30/70 backcountry/inbounds ski, and terrific on Spring snow.

    The 176 is pretty short for my weight, so someone lighter would find them to be "more ski" than me.
    Last edited by 1000-oaks; 10-07-2019 at 11:41 AM.

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