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hardest types of skis???

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what are the hardest type of skis to use out there??
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Nordic Jumping
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beginner skis
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Originally Posted by Skilom_141 View Post
what are the hardest type of skis to use out there??
OUT WHERE?????? out "there", "Oh you mean "over there" Yah!!!:
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Space boards ,the z axis is the hardest to manipulate in space
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damn
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No wonder they call the poles, soprano poles since you place them between your legs for braking. I wonder how many miners became sopranos using these. .
Can you imagine drunken miners racing down hills on those ?
Hey Ghost you can get yourself up to 80 mph on these. Good luck stopping . Nice bindings too w/safety strap included. Not for your safety but for the missle you migh release on the unsuspecting.
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Those longboards look like they would be fun above the tree line or on an old abandoed logging road, but I wouldn't want to have to thread my way through the Blue Mountain Crowds one 'em. Probable be easier to ski than snow skates in deep stuff though.
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railed skis
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The Skiloms left under my Christmas tree by a troll?
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The Skiloms left under my Christmas tree by a troll?
Lions and tigers and bears , oh my
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The most difficult skis I've ever skied were skis that I broke, just in front of the toe binding. The ski stayed in one piece, mostly held together by p-tex and the edges, but had significant reverse camber and flopped all over the place.
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