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FS: Cochise Pro 130 boots, Cochise 185, Intuition liners, Giro G10 Helmet

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Have some gear for sale. Open to offers. PM me. If you want more detailed photos of something or have any questions, just ask. I can send close-up pics of top sheets and bases for both pairs of skis. Shipping from Nor Cal. Bay area or Tahoe pickups possible instead of shipping.

SOLD - Original 2012 Cochise Pro 130 boots. Size 25.5. The stock liners had hotronics installed and have been through the ringer and are fairly beat up, so the real value here is the shells and you can put in your own liners. I can include the stock liners if you want. Used about 35 days. $150 + shipping. I love these boots and I'm only getting rid of them because I have next year's model.

 


SOLD - Intuition Luxury liners. Size 25 / 250. They were molded to 25.5 Lange RX 130's and only used a few days after that. Should be able to remold them very easily with almost no packing. One of them has some tearing / un-stitching above the instep but that shouldn't affect the molding process and could likely be fixed without much trouble. Make me an offer.

 


SOLD - 2012 Blizzard Cochise 185. Used about 35 days. They had a very small core shot on the second day I used them and after a base-grind and repair by StartHaus in Truckee I can't even tell or remember where it was. One of the metal bulls is coming loose and slightly bent on one side. Marker Griffon bindings drilled on the line for 296 BSL. I can pull them or leave them on - I figure there's more value for someone with a BSL between 291 - 301 where the bindings can just stay in place. $150 for skis or $275 for skis + bindings, plus shipping.

 


Giro G10 Helmet. Matte White. Size Large. No dings or dents, a few very minor smudges. $35 / including shipping.

 


Edited by JayT - 2/16/14 at 8:20am
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You know, if you sell all your fat skis, we'll get a ton of snow......

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You know, if you sell all your fat skis, we'll get a ton of snow......

 

Not a bad idea but I have some 116's coming tomorrow, so that kind of ruins that.

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Not a bad idea but I have some 116's coming tomorrow, so that kind of ruins that.

bump since I have a question :D

 

Particularly curious to know which replacements are you getting since I also ski the r2 115 and about to buy a cochise (not 185 though) as well! 


Edited by mfa81 - 2/14/14 at 6:51am
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cochise is a really nice ski!  

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bump since I have a question :D

 

Particularly curious to know which replacements are you getting since I also ski the r2 115 and about to buy a cochise (not 185 though) as well! 

 

I have the ON3P Jeffrey (181cm) that I've been using more than the Cochise because it's a little more powder friendly and nimble in the trees, and I wanted a twin-tip.  I really like the Cochise, especially in open bowls when you just want to rip, but in tighter spots and bumps they could be a bit much for me sometimes.  Great ski, though - I may regret selling them but need to make room.

 

I'm replacing the R2 115's with 186 ON3P Billy Goats because I wanted something a little stiffer.

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I'm replacing the R2 115's with 186 ON3P Billy Goats because I wanted something a little stiffer.

 

I ski the 178 r2 115, and the 176 BG is on my demo list for this year! Looks like we do have similar tastes! Just wished the BG had a little less tail rocker and splay!

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I think there are a lot of people in the same boat here.  That's why I started the thread on dense/heavy snow skis.  I echo the same sentiments on the Cochise.

 

 

@JayT  and @mfa81 -  i'm 170# so I am torn on the length. I skied centered so I find shorter works fine for steamboat but the 178 seems too short since it probably measures 176ish.  

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I'm also 170 pounds.  The 185 Cochise didn't seem overly long, but the mounting point is way back so you do have a lot of ski in front of you.  Take a look at my bindings in the photo above - that's not an illusion.  I've often wondered what the 178 would ski like.

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Cochise skis are sold.

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I'm also 170 pounds.  The 185 Cochise didn't seem overly long, but the mounting point is way back so you do have a lot of ski in front of you.  Take a look at my bindings in the photo above - that's not an illusion.  I've often wondered what the 178 would ski like.

 

yeah, this is where I'm going. I don't have the big terrain you have and I'm not a super powerful skier so I am finding I don't really "need" to be on a longer ski especially with the construction of todays skis.  The Soul7's are a great example, that's a ski that measures 178 and is just fine for me.

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Cochise Pro 130's sold.

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Intuitions sold.

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