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    Which Jeffrey?

    Getting my son Jefferey’s but he’s stuck between the 102 in 186 or 108 in 181. Any recommendations? He’s 6’ 185#, skis no park but loves all the soft stuff and hits all the edges of groomers and trees and just tries to have fun. We take trips East and west so looking for a 1 ski quiver for him.

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    186 108.

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    Also - tech talk, on3p thread...


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    Quote Originally Posted by NWFlow View Post
    186 108.
    I had the k108 a cpl seasons ago and really liked em, wasn’t sure if the 102 would be more versatile.

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    the 102's have some red.

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    186 102. Better to have more length for a powder day than an extra 6mm of width. If a 108 186 is an option, even better

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    108s in hard east coast conditions can put a ton of torque on your knees. If your in the east a lot I'd think hard about 95s for a one ski quiver

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    get him a hooker.
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    I thought Jeffrey was married to Karen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iwantmy2dollars View Post
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    108s in hard east coast conditions can put a ton of torque on your knees. If your in the east a lot I'd think hard about 95s for a one ski quiver
    this guy is on the right track. Go shorter is mainly skiing east. Go longer if skiing mostly west.
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    I never wear a helmet 'cause I'm core. I do, however, Crazy Glue my cock to my leg so I won't ski over it. My cock that is, not my leg. not that you could ski over your leg...what was that about the Minnow being lost?

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    186 102

    Brought my 108s to Gore last year during low tide and definitely would've rather had a 102. Blue ice on the 108 rattled the hell out of my knees.

    I am looking forward to the addition of the 102 to the line for non-fresh days here in Montana, too.

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