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2 or 3 ski quiver in the east

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I am currently picking up some skis
for next years season

I ski the East , often bromont withTremblant and northern vermont in the mix..
I am 6'2 225 lbs Solid level 7 skier..

Trying to build a quiver.. 2 or maybe 3 pair

Currently on 176 Firearrows.. ( I just busted binding) Think I need longer.
Just bought a pair of 187 bonifides , 184 Mantra's (2014's) and dynastar speed course TI's 183..
I also have a pair of Kastle Fx84.. (which I find way too soft.) unless playing with the kids..


I am debating of picking up a pair of Brahmas since I tested them a bunch this winter and (loved em).

I need the race type skis since we often have conditions that steer us to the groomers.. And enjoy fast long arc skiing..

Where would the brahmas fit in this mix with either bones or mantra in my quiver ?

Kyle
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I am currently picking up some skis
for next years season

I ski the East , often bromont withTremblant and northern vermont in the mix..
I am 6'2 225 lbs Solid level 7 skier..

Trying to build a quiver.. 2 or maybe 3 pair

Currently on 176 Firearrows.. ( I just busted binding) Think I need longer.
Just bought a pair of 187 bonifides , 184 Mantra's (2014's) and dynastar speed course TI's 183..
I also have a pair of Kastle Fx84.. (which I find way too soft.) unless playing with the kids..


I am debating of picking up a pair of Brahmas since I tested them a bunch this winter and (loved em).

I need the race type skis since we often have conditions that steer us to the groomers.. And enjoy fast long arc skiing..

Where would the brahmas fit in this mix with either bones or mantra in my quiver ?

Kyle

 

East cost 3 ski quiver to me =

Cheater GS or stiff front side carver

 

80mm to 90mm all mountain

 

100mm all mountain

You have skinny and wide covered, Brahma or Latigo will fill it out nicely as would a Kendo or MX88.  

 

post #3 of 4

Looks like a perfect setup!

post #4 of 4

Ideal East Quiver:

Race or almost Race skis in SL, GS, and SG.

(mid?) Fat ski for rare powder deep snow days and playing in soft snow in trees/glades (SLs work fine for packed down trees/glades).

 

OK, if you're not into speed, you can skip the SG.

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