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2010 K2 Apache Crossfire w/ Marker MX 14.0 Binding Reviews

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Love This Ski

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Pros: Crud Buster, Picks up Speed Fast, Stable at Speed

Cons: A bit heavy for maneuverability purposes

I have been very happy with this ski. It is very well suited to my skiing style. I like to cruise down groomers and this ski is well suited to that task. The ski is a bit heavy which lends to its picking up speed fast, but makes it a bit difficult to make quick turns through moguls and trees compared to other skis.    The ski is good at powering through rough conditions. I have noticed it can be sketchy at times when skiing over Eastern ice; My biggest complaint would have to be the durability of the ski. After a season and a half there are several chunks of top sheet that have fallen off after only about ten days of skiing.   Its weight and relatively narrow...
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Good Groomer

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Pros: Grips well on hard pack snow

Cons: Not the ski to use if you ski powerder frequently

Picked these skis up last 4th July at Mammoth as used demos for $350.Hardly used, it is not the type of ski typically used for usual Mammoth conditions.  Good ski for hard pack snow on groomers. Grips well through the icy patches. I need a wider ski for the conditions where there may be any powder, but for $350 it was a good purchase for cold hard pack days.
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