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Head Supershape iTitan

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Spent two days demoing these at Sun Valley. Loved them. Any thoughts.

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The black ones?
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I had a pair 177 cm I weigh about 168 lbs. They are a very solid strong ski. In retrospect I should have gone with the 170 length.

Skiing today and a guy in the locker room next to me had a pair. I asked him how he liked them. He had the 177 cm length. He loves them .I told him I did not think I could bend mine but he added he had no problems and said they were a perfect match for his 260 weight.

The Titan is a very nice hard snow ski IMHO. I would just add that they are a lot of ski and skiing them a little shorter may be better,
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Replaced them with a 176 Head TT 80. The TT 80 way more forgiving yet still very good on firm icy snow we often have here in Pa.
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I had a pair 177 cm I weigh about 168 lbs. They are a very solid strong ski. In retrospect I should have gone with the 170 length.

Skiing today and a guy in the locker room next to me had a pair. I asked him how he liked them. He had the 177 cm length. He loves them .I told him I did not think I could bend mine but he added he had no problems and said they were a perfect match for his 260 weight.

The Titan is a very nice hard snow ski IMHO. I would just add that they are a lot of ski and skiing them a little shorter may be better,
.

Replaced them with a 176 Head TT 80. The TT 80 way more forgiving yet still very good on firm icy snow we often have here in Pa.

Agree on the length!  They run a little long.  Opposite of the Rally: that ski runs a bit short. 

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The black ones?

Yes. Black with blue and yellow.

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I had a pair 177 cm I weigh about 168 lbs. They are a very solid strong ski. In retrospect I should have gone with the 170 length.

Skiing today and a guy in the locker room next to me had a pair. I asked him how he liked them. He had the 177 cm length. He loves them .I told him I did not think I could bend mine but he added he had no problems and said they were a perfect match for his 260 weight.

The Titan is a very nice hard snow ski IMHO. I would just add that they are a lot of ski and skiing them a little shorter may be better,
.

Replaced them with a 176 Head TT 80. The TT 80 way more forgiving yet still very good on firm icy snow we often have here in Pa.

Agree on the length!  They run a little long.  Opposite of the Rally: that ski runs a bit short. 


Thanks. I demo'd the 177. I weigh 170 and trying to lose a couple. Loved them but the guy at the shop thoguht 170 would be better. I agreed. A little hesitant as the 177s were great but more I thought about it, went for it.

I am in NJ so yeah mostly hard "snow". Ski PA once in awhile too and actually think these will be better there as Camelback does not over groom like Mountain Creek.

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170 for you.
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Going to SV MLK wkend. Where'd you demo them from? Did they have the SS MAgnum in stock too?

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Going to SV MLK wkend. Where'd you demo them from? Did they have the SS MAgnum in stock too?


Pete Lane's. Not sure about the Magnum. They had the Speed and the Rev85. A bunch of other brands too. At least at the River Run location.

Ask for Bill Fundy. He helped me with the purchase. I had originally gone to Warm Springs but the selection was not as good. People were good there too though.

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Thanks! Love the  i-Speed, but at SV w/ the gradients of the runs, I'd get airborne and fly off the mountain; that is one fast, calm ski that incites insanity.

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