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Just to report back on my ski buying adventure. I've skied my new Elan Waveflex 10s twice, once on some decent but skied-out groomers (skis were fun, easy to turn), and then last night on frozen crud and ice patches. I was very, very happy with the experience. Lessons and practice are the essential elements, but good gear sure makes a difference.

Again, thanks to everyone who contributed to this thread.

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....and tuned skis. Presumably your new skis were tuned with sharp edges and proper base bevels. I've become convinced that most demo reports are largely tuning reports. Remember how these feel and the go to your local shop and get the right tuning angle guides and learn how to wax.

J.
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