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Powder skiin on center mounted twin tips-Ug!

post #1 of 11
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Hi guys I just acquired Stokli Rotors that are center mounted.  I go to Snowbird March first.  If I take a run and accidentally end up in powder, how do I manage to ski in that so I don't have to walk down or back up-ug !

-Disasterskier Mark VA USA

post #2 of 11
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Powder Skiing I meant

post #3 of 11

Point the ski tips down hill.

Have a light grip on your poles.

 

The center mounts won't matter a bit.

 

Enjoy the ride.

post #4 of 11

Just ski. Center mount doesn't make a difference. 

post #5 of 11

Watch film of Hoji. Ski like that....

post #6 of 11
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Thank you guys.  Other people must have this question too.  I didn't ask for center mount they just bound the skis as per factory instructions.  Also people always talk real bad about Stockli too.  They also talk bad about Lange boots and say the flex is too rigid.  No one talks bad about my K2 Four Speed poles yet at least.  Also no one has complained yet about my two Tri-Climate coats yet.  Also if anyone else Wants Stockli Rotor 82 175's they're on the Ebay for 249$  Also Im going to watch the Hoji movie that was suggested to me.  Even though my skiing is a 35 year disaster I must regard it as such and continue on.  -disasterskier

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Thank you

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Thank you

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thank you

post #10 of 11
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OMG Hoji - WOW !

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Thank you

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