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    FS: 4Frnt Renegade 186 Special

    Special Edition Graphic 4Frnt Renegade 186. 2015 model.

    These are a black and white top sheet that say Norrona on them. Currently mounted with a white Pivot 18 binding, close to or on the line, for 316mm bsl.

    Skied less than 10 times, maybe less than 5.

    Wood sidewalks.

    Chip on the top sheet near the tail. Not a big deal and won't affect the skis performance or durability. It happened first day I skied it. Otherwise in amazing condition. Edges are great. Bases are great. Will consider reasonable offers.

    $499+ shipping w/bindings
    $299 + shipping flat



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    I'll take the bindings if the skis sell flat
    Three fundamentals of every extreme skier, total disregard for personal saftey, amphetamines, and lots and lots of malt liquor......-jack handy

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    Quote Originally Posted by 123ski View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by 123ski View Post
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    Lowering pricing to $499 with binding and $299 flat.


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    Can I get some feedback here? Iíve had 4-5 people text me about the ski and then go silent. Is this ski just not in demand anymore? Is the chip in the top sheet scaring people? What is it?


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    IME, this particular vintage is the older, heavyweight version, which folks may be shying away from nowadays. I know that I personally own the owls and while I love how they ski, they are heavy as hell and not great for sidestep billygoating or strapping to the pack.

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    FWIW, I would have nabbed these for my kid if I hadn't just picked him up a pair of older Shiros. Great ski for stronger skiers and I don't think that little chip scares anyone. If I were you, I'd list on eBay since there will be a ton of front rangers looking for powder skis after this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smoova View Post
    FWIW, I would have nabbed these for my kid if I hadn't just picked him up a pair of older Shiros. Great ski for stronger skiers and I don't think that little chip scares anyone. If I were you, I'd list on eBay since there will be a ton of front rangers looking for powder skis after this weekend.
    Thanks. Got an offer from someone in Colorado today until he realized the Norrona wasnít a sticker


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    These would have been perfect at Alta today


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