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What are you skiing early season? And no i dont want to hear about your new skis...

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So i decided to start this thread to see what people ski early season.  I am looking for unique skis, or something you have had for a while that has some good battle scars etc.  I still dont get it when i see someone skiing their brand new skis on such shitty snowpack (here in utah).  So for my first couple of days at Snowbird and Canyons i skied my 2009 Head Supermojo 105's with Atomic 916 bindings, I have had them since new 200+ days on them, core shots on both skis including one that hasnt been fixed from this season. Then I recently blew out both of the sidewalls (one on each ski) one from hitting a rock sometime earlier this season, and the other is anyones guess.   I epoxyed them the other day and they seem good to go.  The other skis that i have rocked the last two days are such a good find... Fischer RC4 GS skis (circa 2003-2004) 188cm mounted with Tyrolia Freeflex 17 bindings that i found at the local donation center for 40 bucks. So after a couple of days of silky smooth gs turns I have decided that race skis dont get enough love early season, the conditions sucked, and you wouldnt be able to tell by riding these babies...

1000       This is, today from Canyons in Park City

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I pull out my pair 2007 Volkl Auras that has one ski that was "accidentally" rockered by Delta Airlines, long before rockered boards were cool. Having one fully cambered and one sorta rockered makes for some good centering/balancing practice during early season. rolleyes.gif
 

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