Neat shot. From the picture I sure thought they were something with an even wider shovel than 11.20's, maybe 10ex's. Not to hijack this thread, but how do you like your IC180's? I've got IC200's, and they were the ski I most used last season.
|Originally posted by PhysicsMan:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Frenchie:
Those are my good old 11.20. I loved those. I am thinking ahout going wider this year with the Head IM85. They would be a good complement to my IC180 and let me go faster when it is soft and deep!
BTW, I responded to your question in the other thread about reverse tel lookup.
Tom / PM
</font>[/quote]Thanks for the answer. About the pic, I only
have 2 shot of me skiing and this one of them. The other is good
too but has the logo of my ex ski area so I don't want to post it
here. I should have a friend that can use a camera!
I like my IC180 for anything, but
because they are softer than the IC200, they sink more in the
middle in deep snow. It can be tricky at first. However,
they are great carver and pretty fast on anything else.
I chose this ski as they make the task easier for the level
3 exam. Most of the examiner perform those task on short SL.
I did not wanted the speed limit of a slalon so I chosed this one.
It has a deep sidecut that let me carve on one foot as required
for the level 3 task but I can still enjoy GS speed and all
mountain versatility. I would like the IM85 for deep snow so
I can float a little more above the stuff when I want to go
fast. By the way, I am fairly light.
5'8" and 165 lbs.[ October 03, 2003, 12:38 AM: Message edited by: Frenchie ]