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Help me chose a 100-110mm all mountain ski

March 3, 2020, 9:31 a.m.
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Joined: Feb. 26, 2015

my quiver has skis in the width of - 99

                          -106

                          -112

Having the most fun on the 99mm lately. Way more lively and a run deeper in the soft stuff. When I ski the fresh on the wide boards they run on the surface. Not as much fun IMO.


 Last edited by: Brocklanders on March 3, 2020, 9:33 a.m., edited 2 times in total.
March 3, 2020, 10:06 a.m.
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Everything from 135 on down, not sure how many skis off the top of my head but they are all good for something, I have enough room for them and besides I can't bring myself to sell them

March 3, 2020, 10:29 a.m.
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Joined: Feb. 26, 2015

Posted by: XXX_er

Everything from 135 on down, not sure how many skis off the top of my head but they are all good for something, I have enough room for them and besides I can't bring myself to sell them

Lol.... Ya weird how we get attached to skis. I keep the binding count at 3 so the old unmounted skis are in the shed.... Maybe make a bench out of them. I try to sell used skis but they are always so beat I just hold on to them. Have some old K2 pontoons from 2008 in there, how ridiculous were those things? Maybe use them as water skis one day.


 Last edited by: Brocklanders on March 3, 2020, 10:30 a.m., edited 1 time in total.
March 3, 2020, 10:54 a.m.
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i just kept finding great deals on lightly used skis, they pretty much all have bindings,  some came with skins, I got  so many skins I can't tell you how many,  so at some point you got a lot of gear but  IME never say never, some years I don't use the super fats and some years more often,

but none of those skis are worth much

in any case  its still way cheaper than any sports gear that has an engine

cheaper than biking

May 31, 2021, 6:48 a.m.
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Hey! Before going on my first ski trip two years ago, I found a website that answered all of the ski-related questions I had. It's Blue House Skis, and it's fantastic for everyone, from beginners to advanced skiers. That's how I found the resort my family and I stayed at; I learned many tips and tricks on how to ski and found the skis that were a right fit for me. That's why I'm sure you'll find the skis you're looking for on there. They have everything from pros and cons about stuff from specialist advice. So, you're in the right hands if you're not an advanced skier.


 Last edited by: Exposwitch on June 4, 2021, 4:54 a.m., edited 1 time in total.

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