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post #1 of 16
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I've just about decided that I need to add a pair of SkiLogik Occam's Razors to my quiver in 172 cm, and am having a devil of a time finding a source for them.

 

Of course, I could order direct, but like everybody at this time of year, I'm hoping for at least a reasonable springtime discount.

 

Ideas?

post #2 of 16

If you post your general location someone might chime in, but without that info folks might know they could help you.

post #3 of 16
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If you post your general location someone might chime in, but without that info folks might know they could help you.

Good point.  I'm in Hood River, Oregon, but more than willing to have something shipped to me.

 

Thanks!

post #4 of 16

The shop I purchased mine from is in Truckee, CA, I will be there sometime in the next week and see if they have any. If you go to their site there is a dealer list you could check out.

post #5 of 16
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The shop I purchased mine from is in Truckee, CA, I will be there sometime in the next week and see if they have any. If you go to their site there is a dealer list you could check out.

I'll try and check that out.  Sorry for my slow responses, I have this set to "immediately" but don't get any notifications......

post #6 of 16

Last i checked Next Adventure in Portland sells Ski Logik.

post #7 of 16
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Last i checked Next Adventure in Portland sells Ski Logik.

They've got the Rock Star, but no others.

 

Bummer, as they are just an hour's drive from me.

 

Thanks for the lead!

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They've got the Rock Star, but no others.

 

Bummer, as they are just an hour's drive from me.

 

Thanks for the lead!


Well an indy carver with inlaid topsheets is probably about as niche as it gets.

post #9 of 16
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Well an indy carver with inlaid topsheets is probably about as niche as it gets.

You're right.  I've got a call in to SkiLogik direct.  Hopefully, they'll get back to me tomorrow.

post #10 of 16

Looks like they have them at the factory.

post #11 of 16
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Looks like they have them at the factory.

Thanks for the lead.  I traded emails with them, and they have one pair "in finishing" that will be available early to mid March, which is a bit too late for my purposes.

 

I wish I could find a pair at a real ski shop, that could mount up some bindings for me.

 

I've tried calling 7 shops from SkiLogik's dealer list, and so far, no luck.

post #12 of 16
Good luck in your search. Stephen is very helpful and a pleasure to work with. If you get down to Bachelor look me up. I've got a few pair of logiks you can take out for a spin.
post #13 of 16

I checked Sports Hub (old Sports Exchange) in Truckee, they don't have any, they do have Front Burner in several sizes though plus nearly every other model, and they are on sale.

post #14 of 16
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Bumping this thread because I'm looking for the Occam's Razor in 172 again.

 

For a variety of reasons, I grabbed a pair of Head Rebels i.SLs last year, and I love the turn, but they are a little narrow when things soften up.

 

If anybody knows of some in stock somewhere, I'd appreciate a lead!

post #15 of 16
Manufacturers website shows there's a pair. Good luck.
post #16 of 16
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^^^ Currently pursuing, but thought I'd see if there were any on the rack in a ski shop, looking for a home.

 

Thanks!

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