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fat is phat!

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I finally had a chance to try out my Chubbs in some serious powder this weekend. The local hills here got a healthy 40cm dump of powder. All I can say is wow! Phat is definitely where its at when the going gets deep. I could have managed with my Xscreams but the Chubbs give powder skiing a whole new meaning. Float through everything without any effort. I was pleasantly surprised at how nimble such a fat ski was in the bumps and trees.
post #2 of 5
You should have been out on Friday, when it was all fresh. I was on the Sugar Daddys from 8:30 until last ride up the Peak. I had to give it a full test to be able to answer questions when they arrise. Work sucks.

I could have played on the 10.ex and had a similar experience, but wouldn't you want to use the latest gear too?
post #3 of 5
I just bought some chubb Ti's in 170 cm a couple of weeks ago.

I'm hoping that this weekend in VT will be an opportunity to see how they are.
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I had my chubbs in some deep utah Powder Yesterday at Park City. The snow was deep on some runs that got held wind blown powder it was more then waist deep Powder.The chubbs were a dream.Ya just have to love a ski that makes you look good.
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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by BetaRacer:
You should have been out on Friday, when it was all fresh. I was on the Sugar Daddys from 8:30 until last ride up the Peak. I had to give it a full test to be able to answer questions when they arrise. Work sucks.
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So how were the Sugar Daddys? How about a review. I've also demoed the Pocket Rockets and Bandit XXX's in the past. Love them both as well. If money was no object I probably would get the Pocket Rocket, a fat ski that even carves well on the groomers. But for the $150 I paid for my Chubbs with demo bindings, I figure I couldn't go too wrong.
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