That's your question, perhaps you can answer it. It's not important enough to me to dig it up. But they were available to people who didn't buy them, I can tell you that.
I think I said it was a great heli ski design, for skiing only powder, only on a dependable pitch. Let's see, stink traversing, stink skating, no speed, no turning power, no suspension, no versatility. Unfortunately, you bought the pows and not the protests.
Drew hit a small cliff on a pair in a comp, they bent 80 degrees just in front of the toe and behind the heel. People dropped that same cliff on LP Riders all day long, btw.
Originally Posted by tromano
Weren't there only like 700 of those skis made?
Spats were not hard to ski. They are really easy going pow skis. Saying that no one skied them is I think sort of a strange criticism since they are so scarce and voalnt promptly went out of business. I have a pair of praxis pows in the basement waiting for a big dump, all I can say is that they are truly a rad ski and you will not find a better pow or tree ski anywhere.