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ADVICE NEEDED Scott lola 175 with 110 marker squire bindings

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Hey Guys

 

After a bit of advice aswell really ,

 

just had a present in these skis,a  im 6ft and about 12.5 st guy

 

I have always skied freestyle and this ski seemed perfect, however the buyer the present did not realise this was a womens ski.

 

The height seems right for me , as do the style of ski, the bindings i also find out are unisex and have previous squires bindings on my current ski.

 

.My question is other than a few immature  homophobes having a dig, which i am happy to laugh off in the park,  am i going to encur any type of physical damage, to either me or the ski.

 

Bearing in mind glisshop.co.uk sent them out and drilled them knowing they were for a 12.5 stone 6 ft guy

 

Any advice is welcome , thankyou :-)

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Originally Posted by Freerider123 View Post
 

Hey Guys

 

After a bit of advice aswell really ,

 

just had a present in these skis,a  im 6ft and about 12.5 st guy

 

I have always skied freestyle and this ski seemed perfect, however the buyer the present did not realise this was a womens ski.

 

The height seems right for me , as do the style of ski, the bindings i also find out are unisex and have previous squires bindings on my current ski.

 

.My question is other than a few immature  homophobes having a dig, which i am happy to laugh off in the park,  am i going to encur any type of physical damage, to either me or the ski.

 

Bearing in mind glisshop.co.uk sent them out and drilled them knowing they were for a 12.5 stone 6 ft guy

 

Any advice is welcome , thankyou :-)

None what so ever due to the ski, you will almost certainly eventually hurt yourself and the skis in the park, but that is the nature of skiing park.

post #3 of 3
Thread Starter 

Cheers dude :) 

 

A pretty experienced skier, so always expect a knock, scrag or and binding break , i know it happens. I just wondered if this may be increased as womens skies may have a slightly different build style :)

 

However your answer is what i was looking for :) 

 

look forward to using them :)

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