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  1. #1
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    FS: Salomon QST Guard pants, Sportube 2

    I thought my quest for blue pants had ended. Alas this GS sourced Salomon pair arrived late last week and Iím too fat. Really clean threads. Size L. These would prob be perfect for +\- true 34 waist, prob top out for a wearer a bit over 6 ft tall. YMMV. $99 shipped CONUS. ***SOLD SOLD SOLD***

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    Itís a Sportube 2. Great shape. $90 plus shipping. My intention was to also price this at $99 shipped CONUS but something changed on our corporate FedEx rate yesterday, and not in a good way. So hedging on that.

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    Payment via PP F&F or Zelle. Canít ship until next Tuesday or Wed when I get back in town.
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    On the Sportube - how big skis have you been able to fit? (how fat and how long?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chupacabra View Post
    On the Sportube - how big skis have you been able to fit? (how fat and how long?)
    Per manufacturer:

    Length - Adjustable from 48" to 83" (122cm to 212cm)--internal dimensions
    Width - 11" (280mm)--internal dimensions
    Depth - 6" (152mm)--internal dimensions

    I have no reason to doubt the above. Personally, though, I've only put ~190 cm skis in there (and not been on the last slot of the extension). I've never tried to put two 135-140 tip width skis in there at the same time. Usually have a 110ish waist ski plus something smaller. Perhaps others may chime in with their "I fit this in there" stories.

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    Pm coming about the pants

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    I'll take the pants. New pm sent for payment arrangements


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    Pants going to iowagriz, pending pymt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgilligan02 View Post
    Per manufacturer:

    Length - Adjustable from 48" to 83" (122cm to 212cm)--internal dimensions
    Width - 11" (280mm)--internal dimensions
    Depth - 6" (152mm)--internal dimensions

    I have no reason to doubt the above. Personally, though, I've only put ~190 cm skis in there (and not been on the last slot of the extension). I've never tried to put two 135-140 tip width skis in there at the same time. Usually have a 110ish waist ski plus something smaller. Perhaps others may chime in with their "I fit this in there" stories.
    Thanks -

    Do you have two pairs of 190 (or even slightly longer) wide skis (like 130 - 140 tip) you could test fit?

    How do skis go into the Sport tube? Base-to-base with brakes clicked together? Or binding-to-binding, with bases outwards?
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    if you have to resort to taking advice from the nitwits on this forum, then you're doomed.

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    FS: Salomon QST Guard pants, Sportube 2

    Quote Originally Posted by El Chupacabra View Post
    Thanks -

    Do you have two pairs of 190 (or even slightly longer) wide skis (like 130 - 140 tip) you could test fit?

    How do skis go into the Sport tube? Base-to-base with brakes clicked together? Or binding-to-binding, with bases outwards?
    I donít. As you can see to me itís 270 width on the narrow side, the other half will be slightly bigger as it has to slide over this side of the tube.. So couple 130s even same direction should be doable. Iím guessing, but think you could get 2 x 140s in there by facing opposite directions (one pair tip up, other pair tail up). At high end of tolerances, caveat emptor.

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    Length I wouldnít worry about too much. This is on second to last length point. 187 Lib Origins as reference.

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    Hereís how you load it.

    https://youtu.be/X7Ug32JoorE

    Sorry for the late reply, was up in Canada for a bit.
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    Bump for Sportube 2.

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    Missed that update earlier -- thanks for the extra pics.

    I am tempted... thinking about it.
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    Go for it - they are really nice and that price is a steal. Only downside is that its a little harder to pack your clothes around the skis in the sporttube, but its not too bad with a little practice. The peace of mind with a hard case is worth it, imo.


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