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**FS: Head WC slalom skis, 150cm. $215 shipped**

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I am selling a pair of Head Cyber World Cup slalom skis in a 150 mounted with Tyrolia TD9's (DIN to 12).

The skis are in awesome condition, 150cm, not more than ~20 days on them, and they have only been skied ~10 days since the last stone grind. The bases are perfect, no core shots, no gouges, no scratches. I waxed them not less than every 3 times I skied on them. The edges are thick, undamaged, and free of rust. They skis were meticulously cared for, and would be ready to ski.


The bindings are Tyrolia TD9's, DIN to 12, and are nearly perfect. Hardly even any scratches on them. Mounted for a 315mm boot sole.


Asking $215 (shipping included in lower 48). If you're in New England, we could probably meet up to save on the shipping.

I don't want to go to ebay, so the price is negotiable.

Shoot me a PM or an email at: soccerguy25233 at hotmail dot com.


The pics: (keep in mind that these have a ton of summer storage wax on them, so that’s why the bases don’t look normal. I can scrape them before I ship them if you want; it's your call.) Also, I have a bunch more pics if you're interested, just let me know.






edit: for some reason the links for the pics aren't working too well, so just see this thread: http://www.tetongravity.com/forums/s...008#post261008
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bump - price is negotiable!
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dipstik- your pm appears to be disabled.

I may be interested in these for my son; will know soon (within the week, I hope) if he will be racing this season. I am not too familiar with these- how stiff are they? (he is 5'6", 16 years old, but very light weight- only 100lbs or so). He would be using them for nastar type high school low-level league racing. He is a pretty skilled skier, solid level 8 on all western terrain, but no experience in gates.
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dipstik- your pm appears to be disabled.

I may be interested in these for my son; will know soon (within the week, I hope) if he will be racing this season. I am not too familiar with these- how stiff are they? (he is 5'6", 16 years old, but very light weight- only 100lbs or so). He would be using them for nastar type high school low-level league racing. He is a pretty skilled skier, solid level 8 on all western terrain, but no experience in gates.

Sorry about the PM's...I had no idea that they could even be turned off, but they're on now.


Anyway, I haven't been on too many slalom skis, but I would say that these are on the softer side, and are forgiving as far as race skis go. They hold a great edge, and are surprisingly stable at speed when just cruising around making fast and long GS type turns. They rock when you get them up on edge, and at the same time are feather light and very quick edge to edge.

When I was racing on these I was about 5'9, 150lbs, and racing Nastar in my high school league. They worked great, I actually learned how to ski slalom on them. At the same time though, at 150lbs I felt like I was too heavy/overpowering for them. I wanted to put a plate on them to get them a little stiffer, but I just decided that I needed a longer ski. At 150cm, I think they are intended for a skier of your sons weight range.

If you have anymore questions, just send me a PM! (it should be working now)
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