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Stockli 2005

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Hey guys.... does anyone have the scoop on the new Stockli's for this year. I see they have a new Cross ski as well as an updated Spirit Pro. Any comments appreciated.......
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Stockli Skis

I have never skied on Stockli's but their are one of my sponsors this
coming season and I will be doing a Video Ski Test on a few of their models early this Winter. The Video will be posted when it's completed.
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Pay $19.95 and you can read Peter Keelty's reviews of the line. He does list their new Laser Cross Pro, Laser Cross & Spirit Pro & gives the latter two rave reviews.

Slider -

Ya gonna be dragging some Stocklis to Montana in January?
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Affirmative and as many other demos I can fit on top and in the box. Got your eye on anything?
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Originally Posted by slider
Affirmative and as many other demos I can fit on top and in the box. Got your eye on anything?
My Pocket Rockets have a severely compressed edge (a souvenir from the Gathering) so I'm huntin' for a replacement for them. Something in the 90mm waist range that you can actually ski in tight trees.
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Another Sponsor. Say something like this. C-Note 184cm - Big Mountain (Fat) Twins- Uncompromising Big-mountain technology with full twin tips for the next evolution in our sport. Stable but quick with massive floatation, for the days you dream about.Features - Liberty Hard Core, Vertical Sidewalls, Fat Head
Liberty Hard Core - Liberty Core with the addition of a titanal metal layer to provide extra torsional rigidity and damping in a wide ski. Unique shape allows vertical flexibility in the tip and tail for easy turn initiation, and goes all the way to the vertical sidewall for superior edge grip.Vertical Sidewalls - Increase edge grip, especially on wider skis where the turning forces are farther away. Fat Head - Elongated and elevated tip on our big mountain skis creates extra surface area in deep snow , and creates a shorter, easier turning surface when on the groomed. Fun to say too.
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I've read Keelty's reviews. I'm going with one of the 2 after talking to my local dealer. Just wondering what other experiences with them are out there.
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Originally Posted by EasternSkiBum
I've read Keelty's reviews. I'm going with one of the 2 after talking to my local dealer. Just wondering what other experiences with them are out there.
ESB, no chance you'd consider the Snake?
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Originally Posted by comprex
ESB, no chance you'd consider the Snake?

Not for me personally..... I want more versatility. I'm not a new school park /pipe/ need a fat ski (unless we're talking several feet)to ski real snow kinda girl. I'm an eastern carver. Rip up the crud, death cookies, and ice.... now that's fun.

I can see the fun factor in the snake for those that like fat twin tips though.
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Slider -

The skis sound like they might fit the bill. The quick part is the most important. I'm getting too old to muscle skis around anymore. And I do appreciate twin-tips for going backwards when I get myself someplace I shouldn't be at Bridger.
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Slider
Might the Reaper be any quicker sans $200 of titanal ?
post #12 of 13
Thread Starter 
My decision has been made..... I'm going with the Spirit Pro II in a 165 . Dimensions 116-67-99 with a 13.4m turn radius. I'll write the reviews once I get on them. Can't wait......
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Originally Posted by Rio
My Pocket Rockets have a severely compressed edge (a souvenir from the Gathering) so I'm huntin' for a replacement for them. Something in the 90mm waist range that you can actually ski in tight trees.
Try a 173cm Sugar Daddy(99mm)
waist 28M turn radius
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