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  1. #1
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    ISO: Bibby/Wildcat 190

    After I got my DWT last year, Im hooked on Moment. Current DD is Corvus 188 and Iím sick of the tip dive throwing me OTB in anything more than 12Ē of fresh. I feel like life wonít be complete until I ski the Wildcat in a PNW La NiŮa year.

    Let me know what you got.


    Edit: If you can talk me into a 184 Id also consider it. Iím 5-10 185 and like skiing big open and noodling in the trees, not 100% on the 190.

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    Paging thefortrees

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    I have 2017 190 Bibby's mounted with p14s for ~325mm.
    (The Blue wolf scene with Jack and Jill around a fire on the tails)

    Great condition other than they're on their 3rd? mount?

  4. #4
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    Check Bozeman craigslist. Saw a minty pair there


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    Iíve never tried a Swiss cheese projectÖ.tempting

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    ISO: Bibby/Wildcat 190

    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERIOR View Post
    Check Bozeman craigslist. Saw a minty pair there


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    Holy shit that dudes got like 20 pairs listed. Itís gotta be a Mag with that impressive of hoarding ability (possibly mental illness)

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    Yeah, I was looking at that pair but I've got enough skis on my hands.

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    Anybody headed toward Spokane anytime soon?

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    Not mine. 190 bibby w/ pivot.
    https://classifieds.ksl.com/listing/65777043

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    Do you want the OG Bibby Pro shape which is now the Wildcat or the different one they ran for a few years? Important distinction imo (as a cold dead hands Bibby pro guy)
    Quote Originally Posted by other grskier View Post
    well, in the three years i've been skiing i bet i can ski most anything those 'pro's' i listed can, probably

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wes Mantooth View Post
    Do you want the OG Bibby Pro shape which is now the Wildcat or the different one they ran for a few years? Important distinction imo (as a cold dead hands Bibby pro guy)
    The OG/Wildcat definitely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wes Mantooth View Post
    Do you want the OG Bibby Pro shape which is now the Wildcat or the different one they ran for a few years? Important distinction imo (as a cold dead hands Bibby pro guy)
    The lengths on that one were different (186/192 IIRC) so saying he wants a 190 technically covers it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAB View Post
    The lengths on that one were different (186/192 IIRC) so saying he wants a 190 technically covers it.
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    Isnít this the bibby pro shape? Definitely 184/190



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    Quote Originally Posted by mufasa5446 View Post
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    Isn’t this the bibby pro shape? Definitely 184/190



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    Yeah. What Wes was talking about was the revised Bibby from... I think 2013–15. It was a very different shape, and came in slightly different lengths. Then they went back to the OG shape as the Bibby for a couple more years, then rebranded it to the Wildcat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAB View Post
    The lengths on that one were different (186/192 IIRC) so saying he wants a 190 technically covers it.
    Good point I forgot about that. Just didnít want OP to end up with a ski he wasnít expecting
    Quote Originally Posted by other grskier View Post
    well, in the three years i've been skiing i bet i can ski most anything those 'pro's' i listed can, probably

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    If you ski the 188 Corvus you want the 190 IMHO.

    I say that as someone who skis the 184 Bibby and the 188 Corvus. The 190 Bibby would make more sense for me now but I've had the 184 for...lots of years. And I like the 184 DW as an easier going ski for most my soft snow days.

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    ISO: Bibby/Wildcat 190

    Quote Originally Posted by doebedoe View Post
    If you ski the 188 Corvus you want the 190 IMHO.

    I say that as someone who skis the 184 Bibby and the 188 Corvus. The 190 Bibby would make more sense for me now but I've had the 184 for...lots of years. And I like the 184 DW as an easier going ski for most my soft snow days.
    Awesome beta, thanks. I donít find the 188 Corvus too much on most days. I also tour on the 184 DWT and feel like if I was at the resort with it Iíd want a little more ski in front of me. I also skied the 188 Anima and never felt like it was too long, I just didnít get along with it that well

    Looks like the 190 OG is the ticket.

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    ISO: Bibby/Wildcat 190

    I went with the Bozeman setup. Stoked! Thanks for everybodyís help
    Last edited by Falcon3; 12-12-2021 at 01:03 AM.

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