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post #1 of 29
Thread Starter 
I have new gear on the way so I am cleaning out my garage to make room. The following gear is up for sell:




Solomon 27.5 Course Plug boot. Never used. This IS World cup issue only. $375.00

Zag Freeride Gold 190CM New in plastic. 140-93-118 190CM These are extremly hard to come by in North America. They are an awesome powder ski. There unique tip desing causes them to plane on top of snow faster than any ohter ski. $600.00

Zag Freeride Gold 190 CM drilled for Salmon 916's and Naxo's same ski and dimentions as above. $450.00

190 V Explosives drilled for silveretas and Naxo's Bases have had some work, but are in good shape. $200.00

190 "Wizard" Explosives drilled for ZR toe and P14 rear. $250.00

188 G4 drilled for P18's $250.00

178 Rosi Pow air Grinds w/ freeride 140's these are a VERY RARE ski. These skis have actual grindplates underneath the boot soles. While skis with the same top sheet where commonly sold in stores. These with grindplates where not. These where factory issue only. Barely used. I am not a jibber. $375.00

188 Zag freerides drilled for salomon demo binders. 134-84-112 This is an awesome all mountian ski, and like its big brotehr the freeride gold they have a unique tip design for planing on top of powder faster in the turn initation. These are almost imposible to find in North America. $400.00

Salomon S920 binders new in box $280.00
post #2 of 29
for sell?

what does that mean? is it synonymous with "for sale"?

when something is available to buy, it is not up for "sell". Sell is an active verb. you are looking for passive here.

jeezus, can't you people even write a sentence?

thanks for listening

grammar executioner signing off
post #3 of 29
Thread Starter 
Whate ever..... I got better things to do than worry about grammar.
post #4 of 29
yep, crank those binders up to 14 and rip it up!!!
post #5 of 29
Quote:
Originally Posted by gonzostrike
for sell?

what does that mean? is it synonymous with "for sale"?

when something is available to buy, it is not up for "sell". Sell is an active verb. you are looking for passive here.

jeezus, can't you people even write a sentence?

thanks for listening

grammar executioner signing off
Gonzostrike,
The last time I checked, this was a Skier's forum, not an English Lesson!
post #6 of 29
Hey gonzo --Next time you pick up a ski magazine, send mtbakerskier a message thanking him for providing quality images that you see in all those magazines. Just because you wouldn't know what to do with 90% of that ski equipment, doesn't mean you should personally attack his lackluster spelling.

hr: The S920's start at 14. How would you "crank it up to 14"?
post #7 of 29
mtbakerskier, thanks for dropping in and offering up the gear...

And Welcome to EpicSki!

Don't mind Gonzo... as with Frank Zappa he can't handle his sensitive nature, so it comes out in his lyrics... er... posts. Just let him know that you think he's a tough back-woods Montanan and it'll be good...

We're glad you're here. I hope you'll hang around the other forums, too. And, I hope you get this stuff sold.
post #8 of 29
Prices, prices, we need prices!
post #9 of 29
ZAG's retail for $1400 USD, Salomon S920's are around $350, Explosives are $600 new, etc... That took me a couple minutes on Google.
post #10 of 29
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Originally Posted by owu23
Gonzostrike,
The last time I checked, this was a Skier's forum, not an English Lesson!
last time i checked, you had 27 posts
post #11 of 29
Quote:
Originally Posted by RJP
last time i checked, you had 27 posts
Jeez, post count doesn't even mean much over at the "rough and tumble" world of TGR... Did you flame everyone's hero Bob Barnes on his first 27 posts? Does 318 (or whatever) posts put you in high enough of a position to degrade others who choose not to post here so much? What makes you so much better?

Buy Gunder's stuff. It's the cheapest you'll find super high-end equipment for.

edit: And technically, your punctuation and capitalization was incorrect dumbass. Think before you flame.
post #12 of 29
Quote:
Originally Posted by BakerBoy
Jeez, post count doesn't even mean much over at the "rough and tumble" world of TGR... Did you flame everyone's hero Bob Barnes on his first 27 posts? Does 318 (or whatever) posts put you in high enough of a position to degrade others who choose not to post here so much? What makes you so much better?

Buy Gunder's stuff. It's the cheapest you'll find super high-end equipment for.

edit: And technically, your punctuation and capitalization was incorrect dumbass. Think before you flame.
I think you need a comma before "dumbass."
post #13 of 29
Quote:
Originally Posted by jstraw
I think you need a comma before "dumbass."
Well, you're probably right, but I wasn't the one who brought it up in the first place.

Could it get much worse?

Buy Gundie's stuff -- he needs a sled.
post #14 of 29

Sell IT

Quote:
Originally Posted by BakerBoy
ZAG's retail for $1400 USD, Salomon S920's are around $350, Explosives are $600 new, etc... That took me a couple minutes on Google.
OK But how much does mtbakerskier want?

Quote:
Originally Posted by Atomic_918
Prices, prices, we need prices!
Whats left?
Lots of gear whores here ( and they have kids)
Meet us half way here

For the Bears who care, I belive this is the gentleman selling.

http://www.grantgunderson.com/
post #15 of 29
Thread Starter 
Ive been out hiking. Found a killer lake by Baker that I didnt even know existed, ussually its burried under 60+ feet of snow.

Anyways, send me a PM for my asking prices, I think that you will find them to be very reasonable.

Thanks.
post #16 of 29
How much for the G4's?
post #17 of 29
Thread Starter 
All gear is still avaliable.

Thanks.
post #18 of 29
Thread Starter 
PM's replied. Thanks.
post #19 of 29
Thread Starter 
All PM's replied. I have this gear priced to sell fast.
post #20 of 29
Thread Starter 
Asking prices added.

As you can see with this small sampling of my quiver, I own a ton of skis, so none of them really get excessive use. These skis should be an awesome deal for some one looking for highend gear on a budget. Especially since a lot of this gear is factory issue only.
post #21 of 29
Thread Starter 
Bump
post #22 of 29
I am intrigued by the freerides.

How much would you charge to ship them over the border? Have you got some salomon demo bindings laying around by any chance?

Thanks
post #23 of 29
Thread Starter 
I do have a set of Solomon S900 equipe demo binders laying around. I'd throw them in for some extra $$$$

I will ship to Canada for what ever the actual ups shipping costs are.
post #24 of 29
OK
I will be buying a pair new of skis this season, but as of now I've not decided on what.

I've only heard a little about the zag freeride, and that was the freeride 75.

I'm assuming you've skied the 85 you've got for sale. What can you tell me about it? What are its peaks? what are its valleys (so to speak) How did it perform in the various conditions that your local place of skiing offered you.

I just like to know what I may be spending my money on.
post #25 of 29
Thread Starter 
The freeride 85 where my favorite all mountina ski, they have a wider waist than the 75's making them way more versatile. The unique tip design allows them to easily float ontop of powder and crud, and is next to imposible to make it dive. I really love these skis, they carve extremly well on groomers, yet they can defintly hold there ground in the deep stuff against any other powder ski.

The only thing is that the efective edge is much shorter than that of a traditional 185 so it took some time to find the optimum binding location. Since they where mounted with demo binders, this was easy to do, and I found that I liked them best 2cm's forward. However the two other guys on them at Baker like them right on the line.
post #26 of 29
I apologise for asking so many questions. I really want this ski but better judgement tells me that i probably shouldn't get it without first trying it. but sometimes better judgement has got to take a back seat to a man's need for good planks

What is the flex like? Is it as soft and floppy as the B3, or is it a bit more rigid?

Since you have a large quiver can you liken the performance/ride of this ski to that of any other we might be familiar with? Do you know where I could find a bit more info on the design of the ski, and how it works, and how it effects one's skiing (the less effective edge area)

I'd have PMed this all to you, but i figure other people may have some similar questions.

Oh yeah, about how much use have they seen? a full season, a few days, and how's the condition of the tops/bases/edges. If you've got pictures I'll give you an email address to send them to.

I know I'm being a bit of a pain in the ass, but I might just spring for these.

I really appreciate it.
post #27 of 29
Thread Starter 
Ive been out backpacking, and am just now getting caught up with replys to questions about the skis (If your pm hasnt been responded to yet, please re-send it).

The freeride's are very simular in performance and flex to a volkl g4 however they are way more turny, and love to rail on edge. The tip design and effective edge are a really big plus for skiing powder since it allows the ski to plain above the snow much faster, and makes them a much more nimble powder ski, they are ideal for skiing steep thin spines. Think of a Porche designed for skiing powder. However in extremly icy conditons and or refrozen curd, and straighter ski with a longer effective edge would be prefered. These skis seem like they ski shorter than they are, and ski best with a binding mounted low on the ski. Skip lifter plates.

Hope this helps.
post #28 of 29
Thanks for all the answers. How much have the freeride 84s been used?

At the moment I'm torn bewteen your Zags and a pair of fischer big stix. I'm not sure if I'm going to be spending more time touring or at the local hill, and that really is the deciding factor.

(more touring/BC riding = the zags. more local hill stuff = fischers)

I guess I'll let you know via PM sometime in the near future. hopefully you've still got 'em if I want 'em.

Thanks
post #29 of 29
Thread Starter 
The Freerides havent seen much use, there still in great shape. I Would actually perfer the freerides over the bigsticks even for inbounds stuff, the ski carves really well bette than the big stixs. The Freeride Gold, would be prefered ski for backcounty touring for freshies, since it is a dedicated powder ski.

Note: Both pairs of Explosives are now pending.
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