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    FS:Woodsman 110 Custom

    Checking here first before egay. Skied 1 day and just not my ski. Mounted with pivots once at recommended for 318 BSL.

    $650 shipped ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doremite View Post
    Length?
    Custom, duh

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    I'm having a hard time wrapping my mind around the idea that folks would pay 650 for flat used skis during the summer. But perhaps that's the reality of this inflationary cycle. If you wait to buy these at the beginning of the season they'll just be even more expensive.
    Brandine: Now Cletus, if I catch you with pig lipstick on your collar one more time you ain't gonna be allowed to sleep in the barn no more!
    Cletus: Duly noted.

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    You can buy a brand new set from ON3P without holes for around that price right now.

    And you might even know what length youíre getting.

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    Things were weird. And less so now. Seeing lots of folk having a hard time with that adjustment. Somebody local is trying to sell a 3 year old bike for 80% of new full retail and will NOT be talked down. Itís cool and good luck, justÖ.
    focus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doremite View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    I'm having a hard time wrapping my mind around the idea that folks would pay 650 for flat used skis during the summer. But perhaps that's the reality of this inflationary cycle. If you wait to buy these at the beginning of the season they'll just be even more expensive.
    Perhaps you missed the question mark at the end of my post ? <-------------------
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    Bologna sandwich with American cheese??

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmg97 View Post
    Perhaps you missed the question mark at the end of my post ? <-------------------

    ahhhhh, the question mark, of course!! The universal symbol for 50% off said price!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skialpy View Post
    Bologna sandwich with American cheese??
    and bacon

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    bump: $600.00 shipped and a random sticker of my choice as a bonus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    I'm having a hard time wrapping my mind around the idea that folks would pay 650 for flat used skis during the summer. But perhaps that's the reality of this inflationary cycle. If you wait to buy these at the beginning of the season they'll just be even more expensive.
    I feel like On3p always has a solid factory find refresh. Which in my mind makes $600 for a used ski a pretty outrageous price. Skis with holes, unless a unicorn, should be less than 50% of retail IMO.

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    Yeah, when selling my woodsmans last season(custom topsheet, 1 mount) most offers were in the ~350 range...

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    $525.00 shipped bump
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    Just curious what you didn't like about them since they seem like a nice everyday ski. I didn't vibe with the 108, but I figured the 110 would be less turny. I think it has a higher listed radius than skis like the Q lab or R11 which I currently like. This or a Countash would be far more versatile, though.
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    Just an uneducated guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuckathuntermtn View Post
    Just curious what you didn't like about them since they seem like a nice everyday ski. I didn't vibe with the 108, but I figured the 110 would be less turny. I think it has a higher listed radius than skis like the Q lab or R11 which I currently like. This or a Countash would be far more versatile, though.
    Iím also curious what you didnít like. I have a the 102 in a 197 and love it, I am predominately an east coast skier but I was looking at that 110 for a rare powder day or a good checked bag ski for west coast trips?

    Also not to pile on the price police, but I bought my 102 here in January for $400 flat plus shipping. And ON3P currently you can buy their factory version of that for $599 brand new. I think the 300-350 range is more accurate at this time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by stuckathuntermtn View Post
    Just curious what you didn't like about them since they seem like a nice everyday ski. I didn't vibe with the 108, but I figured the 110 would be less turny. I think it has a higher listed radius than skis like the Q lab or R11 which I currently like. This or a Countash would be far more versatile, though.
    Just saw this.

    It was a spur of the moment purchase but I don't think its a ski that I need living here on the east. I am kind of re-tooling my quiver at this point.

    Also $500.00 shipped now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoVT Joey View Post
    and bacon




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    Noting for posterity the connection between the pricing and using the term "egay".

    OP: these skis are worth $400. You might find someone who will pay more, but probably not here.

    "Custom" only adds value for the person who orders them and makes those choices. If anything they are worth less than stock when used because you can't be certain about other choices that might have been made (layup etc).

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    Custom

    Quote Originally Posted by bmg97 View Post
    Checking here first before egay. Skied 1 day and just not my ski. Mounted with pivots once at recommended for 318 BSL.

    $650 shipped ?
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    Sorry if I am missing something but just curious what's custom about them? Just the topsheets or any flex changes from stock? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by optics View Post
    Noting for posterity the connection between the pricing and using the term "egay".

    OP: these skis are worth $400. You might find someone who will pay more, but probably not here.

    "Custom" only adds value for the person who orders them and makes those choices. If anything they are worth less than stock when used because you can't be certain about other choices that might have been made (layup etc).
    yup, egay: so rad. not nearly enough hate these days

    does original poster recommend amazon?? what's not to love about that operation.

    i've been scoring great deals on ebay for 20+ years.
    even TGR-worthy deals on skis, and on my last three pairs of boots! and from non-greedy individuals or small shops, pricing to sell.

    OP : nice looking bases on those skis. i have a pair of wrens and they are super solid in construction. my first rockered ski and felt light after years on W105/W9.1ffs. but seemed too heavy/clunky for me once i started skiing lhasas. keeping them only for next time i head west or feel up for straightline maching on a deep day.

    would have helped to talk up the things that you liked about the skis before saying they were nonetheless not what you were looking for.
    Last edited by buckethead; 08-31-2023 at 10:31 AM.

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