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FS: 2014 KASTLE FX104 (184 cm) + ADRENALINE 13 (Large)+ SKINS

post #1 of 33
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Everything is in top notch condition as you can see... They are in the best condition used skis can be... They've been skied less than 10 times...

Touring bindings Tyrolia adrenalin large accomodate BSL from 300 to 360 mm.

They come with Kastle skins pre-cut for these and glueless ( they don't stick together but stick to the skis).

Really nice skis! You can ski anything with these!

 

NEW PRICE: 625$ for everything.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by mogsie - 1/7/16 at 5:25pm
post #2 of 33

Where in Quebec do you ski this kind of ski? ( .... and the skins .....?)

post #3 of 33
Mostly in the living room.




Dude has a thing for really nice skis!
post #4 of 33

.... must resist, must resist.

 

Mogsie has become "my dealer" :D

He got me hooked on some "really great cheap stuff" ..... and I keep coming back for more & more

I think I've bought 3 or 4 sets of his skis by now.   Always in superb condition.

You can never go wrong with his hand-me-downs.

 

GLWS !  - Andy

post #5 of 33
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Originally Posted by Bogatyr View Post
 

Where in Quebec do you ski this kind of ski? ( .... and the skins .....?)

Where in Quebec? Well anywhere you want! And the skins? Well there are places for that (Chic Chocs comes to mind but just look around and you can find spots) but there is also a lot of people that also just train inbound and then go elsewhere...I skied them mostly at Tremblant after a storm when I extend the skiable domain...:D

 

The raison I sell these is that beside alpine skiing, I already do a lot of cross country skiing and nordic skiing with friends... So I'm short of time ( and friends) to do touring...:o Looking foward for retirement :D

 

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Originally Posted by SHREDHEAD View Post

Mostly in the living room.




Dude has a thing for really nice skis!

In my basement...But I must say that I thought about buying a Sir Francis Bacon to put over the chimney... I do have a thing but I'm coming to my senses now... I'll finish to reduce my collection ( so I can call it a quiver again ;)) this year and maybe 2 more next season and I'll try to stay out of trouble...

 

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Originally Posted by ARL67 View Post
 

.... must resist, must resist.

 

Mogsie has become "my dealer" :D

He got me hooked on some "really great cheap stuff" ..... and I keep coming back for more & more

I think I've bought 3 or 4 sets of his skis by now.   Always in superb condition.

You can never go wrong with his hand-me-downs.

 

GLWS !  - Andy

Resistance is futile...

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[edit: wrong post]

post #7 of 33
To help the OP, the Adrenaline binding heel piece can adjust to different boot lengths at the flip of a lever.

Also the AFD is height adjustable and can accommodate Alpine and AT boots.
post #8 of 33
Mogsie, please stop selling all this awesome gear!!! So hard to resist... My wife is going to flip out if she sees another pair of skis in the basement.
post #9 of 33

PM..

 

My BSL is 300 any problem with the large ? :/

post #10 of 33
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Originally Posted by thefortrees View Post

Mogsie, please stop selling all this awesome gear!!! So hard to resist... My wife is going to flip out if she sees another pair of skis in the basement.

Let me talk to your wife for you...;)

post #11 of 33
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Originally Posted by snoroqc View Post
 

PM..

 

My BSL is 300 any problem with the large ? :/

It should fit... it shows 299-302 for the smallest... But it is certain that the smaller version is the one you would get if you were at the store buying a new one!

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So it would 316 without drilling?

post #13 of 33
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So it would 316 without drilling?

No problem! I'm 326 mm

post #14 of 33
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Still for sale

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Thank god they're the wrong length for me.

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I am surprised  they are still  available with so many Kastle lovers around here....

post #17 of 33
Thread Starter 

Still for sale

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Originally Posted by lakespapa View Post
 

Thank god they're the wrong length for me.

You can cut them to the desired size by following the dotted line ...:D

post #18 of 33
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Originally Posted by mogsie View Post
 

Still for sale

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Originally Posted by lakespapa View Post
 

Thank god they're the wrong length for me.

You can cut them to the desired size by following the dotted line ...:D


knew you were going to say that!

post #19 of 33

BUMP!  I purchased my FX104's last year and they immediately became my daily driver.They are surprisingly versatile and stable without being punishing.  I found that I chose them almost every day over my MX83's.  They do benefit from a skier who knows how to pressure a ski into a shorter radius.  All that said, i've skied the FX104 in everything from powder, crud, bumps, and over a field of unexpected refrozen ball bearings at the bottom of Niseko.  They were somewhere between solid and unflappable.

post #20 of 33
Perfect one ski travel quiver.
post #21 of 33
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Hum... My last pair of skis for sale right now... I think I will wait a little bit before letting them go as I want to be sure not to regret it...I want to try my Ranger 106 before... But at the same time, an east coast skier with a pair of  FX104, a Ranger106, an El Capo107, a Patron 113 and an Automatic117  is a little too much don't you think?:D

And doing cross country sking and downhill, I never have time for touring...

post #22 of 33
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Originally Posted by mogsie View Post
 

Hum... My last pair of skis for sale right now... I think I will wait a little bit before letting them go as I want to be sure not to regret it...I want to try my Ranger 106 before... But at the same time, an east coast skier with a pair of  FX104, a Ranger106, an El Capo107, a Patron 113 and an Automatic117  is a little too much don't you think?:D

And doing cross country sking and downhill, I never have time for touring...

 

 

That's quite a list of numbers starting with 1xx for an east coast skier (this season esp.) — and I'm still glad the 104s are too long for me.

post #23 of 33
Dam you!

Will these bindings adjust to a dainty 296?
post #24 of 33
Saved by 4mm. The story of my life.
post #25 of 33
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Originally Posted by lakespapa View Post
 

 

 

That's quite a list of numbers starting with 1xx for an east coast skier (this season esp.) — and I'm still glad the 104s are too long for me.

Don't you know? This season will turn out to be very nice...

post #26 of 33
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Originally Posted by lakespapa View Post
 

 

 

That's quite a list of numbers starting with 1xx for an east coast skier (this season esp.) — and I'm still glad the 104s are too long for me.

Don't you know? This season will turn out to be very nice...


And why shouldn't it? Polar rotation, or whatever they call it. Polar fluctuation. 

 

Our seasons seem to run later and later.  Maybe we'll be skiing in May.  No harm in that.

post #27 of 33
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New price: 625$

post #28 of 33

Still happy they haven't gotten any shorter. ;)

post #29 of 33
Thread Starter 

I'll throw them in the dryer...

post #30 of 33
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I'll throw them in the dryer...

:D

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