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  1. #1
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    Long ski sale, all over 195cm, 5 pairs

    Feel free to ask any questions or for more pictures. Loved all but one of these pairs, just finally found skis I really like and donít need a 10+ ski quiver any more. Willing to bargain. Shipping not included. All skis for sale flat.

    Praxis Protest
    196cm
    Core: enduro w/ carbon
    Top sheet: oak veneer with Tsunami
    Mounts: On the line for Shifts @ 306 mm
    On the line for Look Pivots @ 306 mm
    Days skied: 17-20 in Jackson Hole and Japan
    Price: $375 plus shipping

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    Fischer Rangers SOLD
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    Long ski sale, all over 195cm, 5 pairs

    Volkl Shiros
    Length: 203 cm
    Mounts: On the line for Look Pivots @ 306 bsl
    Days skied: 3 days
    Price: $350 plus shipping
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    Long ski sale, all over 195cm, 5 pairs

    Blizzard Bodacious
    Sold on FleeBay
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    Long ski sale, all over 195cm, 5 pairs

    Faction Candide 3.0 flat
    Length: 202 cm
    Mounts: on the suggested ďAll-MountainĒ line for 306 mm bsl for Look Pivots
    Use: 10 days
    Damage: see pics for scratches in bases
    Price: $200 plus shipping flat

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    PM incoming on the Rangers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diggins1712 View Post
    PM incoming on the Rangers.
    Pm sent.


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    Protests, Rangers, Bodacious on eBay FYI. Just donít see them moving on here. If you want them for the price listed before the eBay auction ends, letís make a deal.


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    I thought the big shiro was your go to big pow ski?
    What replaced it?
    ďLife has become immeasurably better since I have been forced to stop taking it seriously.Ē
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    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    I thought the big shiro was your go to big pow ski?
    What replaced it?
    A combo of BMX 115 and Pon2oons. Iím as surprised as you are.


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    What’d you think of the factions? I’ve always been curious about that one but kinda worried it’d be too soft for the length. Also what have you found that your liking best? I’m also in the massive long ski quiver club and I’m struggling to find something that checks as many boxes as Salomon dictators until you lightly graze a rock and the cap construction explodes. Currently on thirteens which are decent at times but a little narrow sometimes

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    Quote Originally Posted by bclive2ski View Post
    Whatíd you think of the factions? Iíve always been curious about that one but kinda worried itíd be too soft for the length. Also what have you found that your liking best? Iím also in the massive long ski quiver club and Iím struggling to find something that checks as many boxes as Salomon dictators until you lightly graze a rock and the cap construction explodes. Currently on thirteens which are decent at times but a little narrow sometimes
    I like the Candide 3.0s, a lot. They ski true to length, arenít too soft or too stiff, actually have a great flex for the length. I continually feel like I want something else every time I grab them, and am trying to get down to a 5 ski inbounds quiver.

    We ski a lot of snug steep trees and chutes in the resort and backcountry, and I keep finding my self wanting something with a bit less tail, or a more traditional mount, neither of which these have. The 192 Candide 3.0s are on my short list of skis to try because they are a good ski, and Iíd get a much shorter tail.

    Iím going to do a new quiver pic in the next few weeks cause I have had a bunch of changes recently, but hereís a preview haha. The 193 Kastle BMX 115, 193 K2 Mindbender 116C, and 189 (but measures 193) K2 Pon2oon replaced close to 10 skis. Since I started skiing those 3 skis, I have been skiing way better and more confident in every situation. I feel it, my ski partners saw the change and mentioned it to me, and life has been good. I am still looking for that 105-110ish unicorn to get me to a 5 ski inbounds quiver, but if I donít find it, Iím pretty happy where Iím at.


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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrd View Post
    A combo of BMX 115 and Pon2oons. I’m as surprised as you are.


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    Something about learning to ski better.....just a rumor

    Bump for giant skis for giant people

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    Quote Originally Posted by wstdeep View Post
    Something about learning to ski better.....just a rumor

    Bump for giant skis for giant people
    Thank you


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    Rangers and green Pivots sold


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    Morning bump


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    If you have a scale, would you weigh your Protests for me? I'm looking for a pair that's heavier than my pair (which is only 2308g per ski).

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitamin I View Post
    If you have a scale, would you weigh your Protests for me? I'm looking for a pair that's heavier than my pair (which is only 2308g per ski).

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    Thanks for taking the time to weigh them. But not significantly heavier than my pair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitamin I View Post
    Thanks for taking the time to weigh them. But not significantly heavier than my pair.

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    Maybe look for a heavy core pair? I doubt youíll get much heavier with an enduro core pair


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    Price drop on Factions, Blizzards and Shiros


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    Bunpity bump


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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrd View Post
    I am still looking for that 105-110ish unicorn to get me to a 5 ski inbounds quiver, but if I donít find it, Iím pretty happy where Iím at.
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    For what it's worth, I have about 10 days on my Woodsman 108s and they are unbelievable. Just skied them in a 30 inch Jackson Hole blower pow day, and it was one of the best ski days of my life. At no point was I wishing for more width underfoot. I've also used them on Vermont/Maine boilerplate and moguls, and they did perfectly fine. They are incredibly capable as chargers but also somehow playful at the same time. They are very fun to carve as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackS4958 View Post
    For what it's worth, I have about 10 days on my Woodsman 108s and they are unbelievable. Just skied them in a 30 inch Jackson Hole blower pow day, and it was one of the best ski days of my life. At no point was I wishing for more width underfoot. I've also used them on Vermont/Maine boilerplate and moguls, and they did perfectly fine. They are incredibly capable as chargers but also somehow playful at the same time. They are very fun to carve as well.
    I had my BMX 115s out and was in love. Iím pretty much over the search for the 100-115 unicorn. Going from the MX98 to the BMX 115 or MB116c is fine for me.

    Iím getting different opinions on the Woodsmans. I do know I havenít messed with any ON3P ever so Iím going to stay away.


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    Big ski bump


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    Long ski sale, all over 195cm, 5 pairs

    No sale on Candides. Back for sale
    Last edited by skibrd; 02-26-2020 at 03:26 PM.

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