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  1. #1
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    Free O.G. Bluehouse districts in Seattle

    Free Bluehouse district skis 2007ish? With FFG14's Atomic branded Solly 914's. Click image for larger version. 

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    1. Post in this thread why you should have free skis.
    2. Must be willing to pick up at my house in North Seattle or meet up at a reasonably close place.

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    Got a pair of those waiting to be made into a chair, loved those sticks!
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    These were originally mine. Had a full base grind/tune done on them after I bought them and that fixed the "hookiness" that was a common problem with this run of Districts. Fun, light, soft ski.

    Ed, good on you for passing the good karma along

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    I think they would make a good Dad park ski. YMMV itís been probably a decade since my dad park ski days.


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    That's funny.... saw ed's post and thought they might have been my old ones. Now I wonder where they went. I had a lot of fun on those sticks.

    Quote Originally Posted by SorryBro View Post
    These were originally mine. Had a full base grind/tune done on them after I bought them and that fixed the "hookiness" that was a common problem with this run of Districts. Fun, light, soft ski.

    Ed, good on you for passing the good karma along
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    What BSL are clamps set for? My 18 yo son may be interested, how are they in powder?
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    BSL is 328 about -1 or 1.5 from the "freeride" line. Heels are toward the back of the track, so most of the adjustment would be for a smaller boot. At 103 in the waist I would not call them a power ski, maybe in 2007? I think they excel in 1-5 inches of soft snow. Hand flex soft, but the bamboo core keeps them lively. I'm also over 200lbs so it takes a bit of ski to get me floating.

  8. #8
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    Would love to give them to my son, he is BSL of 316 so hopefully they can adjust smaller. He is ex-CMAC and has 3 pairs all under 100 underfoot, (GS race and park skis) looking for something wider as we are road tripping to Utah for his spring break this year. I am in North Ballard and could meet pretty much any time. Thx
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