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Hello,

 

My trusty Volkl All-Stars are at the end of their rope.  Getting married this year and don't want to drop $800+ on a new set of skis.

 

Looking for an advanced skill level east coast carving ski.  I'd like to take it up a notch from the Allstars.

 

Let me know if anyone has anything of the sort they are looking to sell.

 

I'd be looking for a ski in the 168-174 size range.

 

Thanks

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PM sent...
 

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Fischer RC4 WC Slalom Skis? They are 165 come with bindings and are pretty cheap due to being three years old. PM me if interested.

post #4 of 12

How much vert at your home hill?

 

Do you want a WC Slalom / just less than WC slalom?  Or a carver with more versatility but perhaps less top end?

 

I had carvers (RX8, Speedwave 12, Magum 7.6) at my home hill (250' vertical)  Last year I picked up 

Dynastar Omeglass Ti (single sheet of metal, not two as in the WC).  Couldnt be happier

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Originally Posted by docbrad66 View Post

How much vert at your home hill?

 

Do you want a WC Slalom / just less than WC slalom?  Or a carver with more versatility but perhaps less top end?

 

I had carvers (RX8, Speedwave 12, Magum 7.6) at my home hill (250' vertical)  Last year I picked up 

Dynastar Omeglass Ti (single sheet of metal, not two as in the WC).  Couldnt be happier

2,000 ft vertical.

 

When I've tried Slalom skis, I felt that they were too focused on short turns.  Would like something that is more flexible in terms of being able to vary turn radius.

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When I've tried Slalom skis, I felt that they were too focused on short turns.  Would like something that is more flexible in terms of being able to vary turn radius.

Kastle FX74 in 166? They are my gfs and she beat the crap out of them. They have been mounted for griffon demo and her naxos. Not great condition but they are usable and carve nicely. 100$ shipped to your door flat.

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PM sent on some Head iRaces that I have.

post #8 of 12
Thread Starter 

I found a set of 2012 Kastle MX78s for sale (which I read incredible reviews about), but they are demos and have 26 days of use.  The price is certainly right, but im afraid of the condition.

post #9 of 12

I have a new pair of 168 cm Kastle MX 78s and a leftover but unused pair that had the plate binding but were changed to  flat binding, also 168 cm.

 

leftovers for $600 w/ Kastle Marker Cti 12 binding (1399 retail) 

 

flat 2012 mx78 same price

contact me here or @ 3riverski@gmail.com

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I have a pair of 172cm Dynastar Contact 4x4s with about 20 runs on them. I had them tuned after the first day on them by The Waxroom in Sun Valley and they have had very few runs on them since. They are in excellent condition with what I believe is the PX12 fluid bindings(Look.)

I would sell them for $400. plus shipping.
 

post #11 of 12

I have a pair of Blizzard Supersonic G Force in a 174 with IQ binding (DIN 12).  They in perfect condition. Always hand tuned.  Never on a belt/stone.  $375.

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Thread Starter 

Just scooped up a set of barely used Kastle RX12s on eBay.

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