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  1. #26
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    Probably soul 7s

  2. #27
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    I put about ten days on a pair of "last years" model. Surfy charger I thought. Mounted on the line and was happy there. Felt light snappy and fun IMO. Easy to kick out the heels when needed. My preference is for a softer ski and to me these felt like a nice balance of flex and power. I liked em.
    5-10 175lb ski 120 days a year in Jackson

  3. #28
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    They are great skis in both builds donít let my saltiness confuse that.

  4. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthMarkus View Post
    • Approach: ...I take a much more objective approach to ski reviews and truly believe that a ski's fit has many factors to matching a skier. ...I will take a much more specific, detailed approach than typical ski industry standards.
    Thanks for embarking on a long-term review.
    For now, I'm interested in hearing more details about your process to match a ski to your preferences, and specifically how your process led you to choose the PR-OTO this time. Also, did you get a chance to demo the PR-OTO before you bought?

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    - TRADE your heavy BILLYGOATS or PROTESTS for my lightweight versions at this thread

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