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    FS: OG Legend Pro Race Room

    It’s with great sadness that I need to let these go. I got them from a former coworker who worked at Dynastar before working with me. Race Room Legend Pro's with Custom Nobis Inspired topsheets. Top sheet reads 188, skis are pressed with 186, and straight tape tip to tail are 184. These are super unique and ski awesome, stiff, but not 2x4, damp, stable. I need these to see snow but I just don't do them justice one day a year. They are skied and reflect that with top sheet chipping and filled coreshots. Mounted currently with p18 at 295bsl, one prior mount for the same bindings at a longer (unknown) bsl. These are in SLC and I will entertain selling skis flat, or skis with bindings, or selling bindings seperate if skis go. Paypal/ff/venmo for long standing mags, SLC pickup preferred.
    Offers accepted.
    $200 skis flat (price police as needed, just rare)
    $100 bindings if skis go
    $275 skis mounted.
    Flat rate $50 shipping on flat skis and ~20 for bindings not mounted.

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    Iíll take the bindings if the skis go flat. In slc


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    I donít think those are Legend Pro Riders, theyíre Nobis Inspired. LPRs were 97 under foot. Still thatís a great ski, loved them with tele bindings


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    Quote Originally Posted by MagnificentUnicorn View Post
    I donít think those are Legend Pro Riders, theyíre Nobis Inspired. LPRs were 97 under foot. Still thatís a great ski, loved them with tele bindings


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    "What moves men of genius, or rather what inspires their work, is not new ideas, but their obsession with the idea that what has already been said is still not enough."

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    I will measure underfoot when I get home but Iím fairly certain they are mid 90ís.


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    Super nobis.

    Legendary.
    Changed the world of hard charging skiing.
    As did Nobis

    My white top sheets looked a little bit different.

    But the LP when it came out was very similar in dimensions and feel.
    These are Legends.

    These need to be loved. And skied.
    Wish I never sold mine. Good memories.

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    First LPR race room were 92mm wide. Arguably these could be them or the prototypes, I have the same ski and it measures 90mm under foot. At that point the skis changed every couple of months as Dynastar tried to make the best big mountain charger they could.
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    So awesome!

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    These are 124-97-114


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    I was just going by the dimensions printed on the top sheet in the pic you posted.


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    I am tempted to but these back from you, but they need more room to run than VT has to offer.


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    This is actually a different pair Laps, yours have been thoroughly demolished at Alta and are now in the ski tree


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    That makes senseÖI loved the 186 LP and that topsheet was way better than the creamsicle.


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    Monday Morning bump.
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    Come on team! Someone wants to be the local legend. Open to offers



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    bump.
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    I thought the creamsicle with the metal tips/tails were the first iteration. I have 2 pair of the 19?'s @94mm underfoot.

    Prolly ski a pair tomorrow.

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    Same, got a pair of those too. These are a bit of a mystery, but got them from a guy who worked at Dynastar who got them from a race room tech.


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    Pm sent


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    Quote Originally Posted by Djongo Unchained View Post
    I thought the creamsicle with the metal tips/tails were the first iteration. I have 2 pair of the 19?'s @94mm underfoot.

    Prolly ski a pair tomorrow.
    The OG were white
    Nobis created them. Stiff. Hard chargers.

    Weren’t called LP until the creamsicle

    Super nobis

    Amazing skis. Back in the day. Race room
    Stiff.
    Taught me as much as the RC4
    Get out of the back seat was the main lesson
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    Based on the measurements, these seem like test ski / LP prototypes they pressed with whatever top sheet they had. Super Nobis was skinnier and only came longer, I think. Having the numbers stamped on the tail above Inspired lines up with being team skis out of the race room.

    Great ski that someone should pick up. Drives like a Cadillac it's so damp. Already have the Coreupt Guerlain Chicherit pro model which is the same ski that Dynastar was making for them, and I won't let it go. With PX racing bindings, that rig feels like it weighs a metric tonne.

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    Iím in contact with Phall and about 99% sure these are gonna become my in-bounds crusher


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    sold pending payment to Tech Tonics.
    P18's up for $175? great shape.
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    Dibs I will take the P18s

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    Setup sold, pending payments


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