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FS: 2013 Rossignol Experience 98 with bindings

post #1 of 17
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180 cm. Topsheet, bases, edges, everything is without a scratch! They are as new.

They come with a Rossignol system binding  TPI2 and Axial 120 bindings...

445$

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by mogsie - 9/27/14 at 6:59am
post #2 of 17
Jesus, you do have a problem.
post #3 of 17
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The first step toward healing  is to recognize the existence of the problem. So, yes I do... to the great pleasure of the persons who buy my skis thereafter :D

 

I think the industry is also aware of the existence of my problem and they are trying to help; I already tried a lot of 2015 new skis from different companies, and I prefer the skis I already have to the new ones...

post #4 of 17
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Ok, to be honest, I have an eye on the Stockli Laser Sl FIS... These skis can rip!!!

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post #5 of 17

Wow Mogsie, you've had quite the collection hiding away in your closet!  Impressive.

 

Keeping the Amphibio 88s, are ya?  LOL.

post #6 of 17

I might buy these if I didn't already own a pair (last 2 seasons).  Besides being a versatile, fast frontside bias Colo carver, something these skis are among the very best at: frontside/variable crud/chop/slush, Colo style at least.  Has a really powerful edge for its width. Good luck!

post #7 of 17
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Yes, in crud, chop and slush, they are like a tank!

post #8 of 17

And at the same time, they are killer on groomed! :)

post #9 of 17
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Originally Posted by Gunnerbob View Post
 

Wow Mogsie, you've had quite the collection hiding away in your closet!  Impressive.

 

Keeping the Amphibio 88s, are ya?  LOL.

No... Sold them last year...

 

So now, when I say that I have too much skis, I think people will believe me... :-)

post #10 of 17
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New price : 445$

post #11 of 17
You don't need a new price - rather enrollement in an online marketing class.

The green trash can?! Really! When's pick up...Friday?

Seriously tho, I ski the same, great ski, great condition, great price. Someone buy please. Those sticks don't deserve to be placed into that container. wink.gif
post #12 of 17
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Originally Posted by DonDenver View Post

You don't need a new price - rather enrollement in an online marketing class.

The green trash can?! Really! When's pick up...Friday?

Seriously tho, I ski the same, great ski, great condition, great price. Someone buy please. Those sticks don't deserve to be placed into that container. wink.gif

So how much should I charge? :-)

post #13 of 17

I already have a pair and recommend them.  

You suffered from day7 selling a 180 pair plus bindings for $250 including shipping at the same time.  :duck:Yours are like new, his were used a season or so (~30x).  I'd have chosen his over yours, but his are sold.  How much would you have had to charge to equal his deal? Maybe $375 to $400 plus free shipping? dunno. :)

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P.S. but day7's price was almost a fire sale price!  Not fair! :)

post #15 of 17
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Ok! Now I understand! And now that his are sold, I'll raise my price!!! ;) 

post #16 of 17
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444,44$ 

post #17 of 17
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SOLD!

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