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Please help with a Sun Valley GS ski

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I have a new pair of Rossi ti 82 Avengers (177) that I really like a lot for the PNW as well as a new pair of Rossi Super 7 (188).

I borrowed a pair of older blue dynastar titan 9's the other day. I was really impressed with the great GS turns and speed that they could carry. I think that they are a bit wide for what I am looking for. I can’t get a lot of speed on my 82's. I was hoping for a suggestion on a year or two old (save some $$) set of GS ski that will hold on ice as well as be a good cruising ski for the Sun Valley groomers. I am 5'11 and 190lbs. I taught and coached in my past life but now am just a 42 year old advanced intermediate that can ski most anything. I am open to any brand and thinking that a length of 185-190 is about right. Thanks!!!!

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This is pretty easy. At Starthaus we sell hundreds of FIS race skis each year and always have a couple of leftovers. Off the top of my head I can think of maybe a 2011 188 Blizzard and a 2011 188 and 191 Head. They would be in the $600 range with plates.

 

SJ

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Dynastar Speed Course 64  182.  I bought a pair a couple of years ago for $50 with bindings.  FAST skis and perfect for hard snow/ ice.  I see them regularly for $100 or less on our local classifieds.  hard to go wrong for that kind of $.

 

royal

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