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Kessler skis

post #1 of 13
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Seems I am the only one in the mountain (Stowe) with Kessler skis. They are known for their snowboards which are amazing, but has anyone skied a Kessler?
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Originally Posted by kesslerski View Post

Seems I am the only one in the mountain (Stowe) with Kessler skis. They are known for their snowboards which are amazing, but has anyone skied a Kessler?

 

Weren't some Palmers made by Kessler?    Does skiing Palmers count?

post #3 of 13
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I am not sure! I got introduce to them through their snowboard rep. I love the spirit!
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I still have a pair of ^those, not my daily driver but quite nice.

post #6 of 13

I prefer Kramer skis.

 

And if you get that Seinfeld reference... then you're livin' in the past, Jerry!

post #7 of 13

The Kesslers (makers of Palmer-branded versions a few years ago) have a huge cult following among the carving enthusiasts in Europe.  Great feel underfoot, meticulously made.  Definitely one of my favorite rides....difficult to find in North America, but popular overseas.

post #8 of 13
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I ski as my daily driver the Spirit and the Ride (snowboard), I got the odyssey and like them for Europe or Colorado not as much for the east right tree, I used them a week and just listed them on eBay at 1/2 of what I paid:(frown.gif and as you say they are not known I the US so I get 0 views!
post #9 of 13

I took mine out this week, thanks for the push.    I forgot how good they were on crispy ice; I forgot how good they were at ripping wide sweeping turns and then tightening them.   

post #10 of 13
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what model do you have?

post #11 of 13
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I need to get enough feedbacks since I just joined epic skis a few weeks back before I can sell equipment and then i will advertise the extra pair I have...hopefully here people appreciate a kessler.

post #12 of 13

This thread is, like, terrible for my self-control.  I just bought a pair of Kästles, which I love, and now you're dangling even more expensive, more boutiquey, and more prodigious skis — skis that will fit a hole in my current quiver — in front of my nose.

 

Where did I put that lottery ticket?

post #13 of 13
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I have then on eBay with no Luck seeling them like new for less than 1/2 of what I paid!
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