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They did? Well I hope I will like the Capo more than I liked the nrgy... Do you ski them at the recommanded position? I tried a demo at the begining of the season and was really impress by how nice it skied on groomed but didn't have the chance to ski them off-piste...

Got a bit more metal than the NRGY. Yes, I mounted them where Nordica told me to. From boiler plate to the pow, I thought they skied great. Only sold them because Salomon kicked out another Lab ski. 

post #122 of 126
Not really on old boots vs new.

For the gimp, Bachelor explains the extra length for ski choices for sure! The only person i know of up here in the 193 is indeed an ex usst member.
post #123 of 126
Ramp and Forward Lean angles don't change c.o.m?
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Originally Posted by Cheizz View Post
 

I would suggest the Atomic Vantage Ritual. It's 103 mm underfoot, allmountain twintip with great edgehold and stability on every surface (hard and soft, smooth and bumpy). Great allround ski. 

That's my ski when it's not a straight groomer day. And he has it right, particularly if you throw a 3 degree side edge on it. Amazing edge grip, albeit much slower transition/ edge to edge.

 

And I scored a great deal on a pair last year on ebay. they were used 1 day at a Pro Demo days. with Bindings shipped $519.00 

post #125 of 126
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Ramp and Forward Lean angles don't change c.o.m?

Of course they do. I'm not in an old boot but would still say my CoM is relativey more forward...
post #126 of 126
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Originally Posted by tomfifield View Post

utagonian you sound like a cool guy, I am at Meadows a lot and also lost count of days there. I wear a blue helmet, if you see me say hi, maybe we will take some runs together.

 

I've only done one Meadows day in the last three seasons.  Too much good terrain in Utah.  If you get a chance to come out, hit me up.

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