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Stockli Spirit Pro

post #1 of 5
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Make, Stockli
Model, Spirit Pro
Length, 158
Conditions, Light powder over hard pack and ice
# days, 3
Ability, 7/8
Years, 37
Avg days, 40
Other skis, Stockli SC (168), Stockli AXC (170)
H/W/A, 5'9, 170 pounds, age 54

Turns like a weasel in a drainpipe.

Best ski I have been on for working the edges of the trails. Smooth and quick edge to edge (11 radius), great hold on the ice and didn't get skittish when I let them run like some other SL's.
So far they have been a "ear to ear grin" ski. I'll update as I spend time in (hopefully) powder and on groomed cord.

Had a great time whipping over to get the "little pockets" of untracked snow, getting those turns that everyone else went by. Put them on edge and get the goodies and get out.

One impressive feature of the Stocklis has been the ability to maintain a "true base".

[ December 10, 2002, 04:13 PM: Message edited by: yuki ]
post #2 of 5
Yuki, any experience with the Spirit ATC? I have the SR FRY, this years's GS, and the SL. Kind of looking for a slightly narrower version of the SR for 70/30 groomed. My race skis are for racing only.

Thanks.
post #3 of 5
I have the Spirit Frees sitting here waiting to be mounted - have you tried them Vita-man?

Ski the SLR's most of the time
post #4 of 5
Quote:
Originally posted by yuki:
Make, Stockli
Model, Spirit Pro
Length, 158
Conditions, Light powder over hard pack and ice
# days, 3
Ability, 7/8
Years, 37
Avg days, 40
Other skis, Stockli SC (168), Stockli AXC (170)
H/W/A, 5'9, 170 pounds, age 54

Turns like a weasel in a drainpipe.

Best ski I have been on for working the edges of the trails. Smooth and quick edge to edge (11 radius), great hold on the ice and didn't get skittish when I let them run like some other SL's.
So far they have been a "ear to ear grin" ski. I'll update as I spend time in (hopefully) powder and on groomed cord.

Had a great time whipping over to get the "little pockets" of untracked snow, getting those turns that everyone else went by. Put them on edge and get the goodies and get out.

One impressive feature of the Stocklis has been the ability to maintain a "true base".
"DITTO" [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img] Yuki..
post #5 of 5
Quote:
Originally posted by Vita-Man:
Disski, Have not used disski yet! I am sure you will love it. What size did you get?
170

I have SLR's for other stuff
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