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Dawgcatching's 2007 Pre-Season Ski sale!

post #1 of 15
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Hi everyone,

After 8 months as a bike shop, we finally have the new skis inventoried, the tuning equipment up, and the ski shop ready to go! Therefore, time for my pre-season sale. Here are the 2006/2007 I currently have in inventory (in addition to the leftover 05/06's posted earlier. I can order most any ski from these brands that isn't listed, at least early in the season. As always, ski purchase includes a base-prep hot wax, initial base and side edge hand file, and binding mount/adjustments. When I get a chance, I will write up a quick review on each ski listed, in order to help people narrow down their choices. The prices posted here are typically between 15/20% off standard "street" retail. Come by the shop for a free demo, or just to say hi, if you are skiing at Bachelor. I will extend these prices to anyone who calls the shop, however, I suggest that you take a few of the $ you have saved and donate them to Epicski and become a Supporter-this site is definitely worth it!

Note: bindings included, unless ski is noted "flat".
Head
Monster 88 Flat $579 w/Mojo 15 $749
Monster 82 Flat $549 w/Mojo 15 $719
Monster 77 w/RFD12 Railflex $699 w/Mojo 15 $709
Monster 72 w/RFD11 $579
Mojo 90 flat $499 w/Mojo 15 $675
Wild Thang w/RFD11 Railflex $599
Cool Thang w/RFD9W Railflex $400
iXRC 1200 w/Railflex RFD12 $779
iSupershape w/FF14 $799
Any ski-upgrade to RFD14 from RFD12: $40

K2
Apache Outlaw IBX 12.0 system $849
Apache Recon IBX 12.0 system $799
Apache Stryker IBX 12.0 System $679
Apache Crossfire IBX 12.0 System $799
Burnin' Luv IBX 11.0 System $719
Lotta Luv IBX 11.0 System $759
One Luv IBX 10.0 System $619

Fischer
Worldcup RC4 RC Flat $569
Worldcup RC4 SC Flat $569
Vision Vi73 w/V9 $499
RX8 w/FX12 $749
RX6 w/FS10 railflex $499

Elan
NOTE: (Fusion designates Elan's integrated system and includes binding)
Speedwave 10 Fusion $579
Speedwave 12 Fusion $659
Speedwave 14 Fusion $739
Magfire 12 Fusion $699
Magfire 10 Fusion $579
m666 Flat $529 w/ELD14 (same as FreeFlex 14) $639
m777 Flat $559 w/ELD14 (same as Freeflex 14) $689
RIPStick Fusion $669
Wave Magic Fusion $579
Fire Magic Fusion $419

Dynastar and Stockli pricing to follow! PM me or call me at the shop 541-593-2453 if you have any questions.
post #2 of 15

2007 pre-season Dawcatching sale

Bumpinski for Dawg's current list.

Somehow the 2006 pre-season sale thread got in front of this 2007 one and on page one.

This is the 2007 sale and should be on the top.

Thanks Dawg!
post #3 of 15

stockli's?

Dawg,

Do you have a 2006-2007 stockli price list?

Thanks!

Ryan
post #4 of 15
Killer prices, dawg. Thanks for all you do for the Bears!
post #5 of 15
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Weekly Specials:

Fischer RX8 w/binding $719
Elan Speedwave 12 $619 (incredible ski-demo one if you get a chance)
K2 Lotta Luv $719

The prices listed in the previous post are still valid for all other skis
post #6 of 15

What Ya Got

Dear Dawg,

you have done me good twice in the past....waht do you have in Fisher RC4...around 180's...178-183? thanks, Dwight Johnson
post #7 of 15
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Originally Posted by Dwight Johnson View Post
Dear Dawg,

you have done me good twice in the past....waht do you have in Fisher RC4...around 180's...178-183? thanks, Dwight Johnson
Hi,

I only have the WC RC in a 175 and 180. I am no longer selling the race-stock gear from Fischer. Race skis don't really sell all that well, although I do have some gear around from Elan and Head.

Scott
post #8 of 15
Dawg,

Any RX-9's available this year ? 175 in length. I have the RX-8 in a 170 and love it. Looking for something a little longer. Thinking RX-9 or Supershape in a 175. Thoughts...
post #9 of 15
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Originally Posted by gregmerz View Post
Dawg,

Any RX-9's available this year ? 175 in length. I have the RX-8 in a 170 and love it. Looking for something a little longer. Thinking RX-9 or Supershape in a 175. Thoughts...

I think we spoke on the phone. I really enjoy the Supershape, but wasn't a huge fan of the RX9. I personally would rather ski the WC RC for a high-end carver such as that. I really didn't find the RX9 to be very versatile, and the WC RC is much better on hard snow at speed. The Supershape will give you a different feel and a little more beef than your RX8's, so it would be a good second ski for hard snow. In that longer length, it will be comfortable in larger arcs at speed while still keeping a bit of that slalom energy. Another favorite of mine in this category, expecially for a bigger guy, would be the Speedwave 14 in a 176, as long as you are planning on skiing fast!
post #10 of 15

IM 82s

Dawgcatching -
do you have any of the IM 82s left and in what sizes?
also, have you compared the IM 82s to any of the Salomon XWs?

Thanks.
post #11 of 15

Elan M666s?

Dawg - Do you have the Elan M666s in 168 or 176 with Fusion ELD14?

At 5'9", 160, skiing Squaw/Vail/Whistler, level 7-8, few bump runs, med turns, 65/35 piste/off piste, what would you recommend for my buddy, the 168s or the 176s?

He's dead set on midfats, and would not consider a carver, and is coming off of Atomic 9.22s in a 180 length. He wants something easier to turn than his 9.22s, but versatile off piste.
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by darknstormy View Post
Dawgcatching -
do you have any of the IM 82s left and in what sizes?
also, have you compared the IM 82s to any of the Salomon XWs?

Thanks.

HI,

I skied the X-Wing Fury on Friday, and have been skiing the iM82 on and off for the past year. They are really not in the same league performance-wise. The Fury is much softer, a bit more forgiving, with a lighter flex. It is a great advanced-level ski for someone who doesn't exceed 25mph or so. The feel was light underfoot, similiar to the Fischer AMC79, and the stability and overall feel of the ski reminded me of the Dynastar Legend 8000. The iM82 is much more stable, probably not as carvy (the tip is not as wide) and is smoother and more confident at speed in crud. It definitely is more damp and overall higher performance, although with more of a GS feel on hardpack than the Fury.

I have the iM82, they are going on sale for $679 w/Mojo 15, $639 w/Mojo 11, and $639 w/LD12, or $519 flat. All lengths are available. Call the shop at 541-539-2453 if you are interested.
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by Dino View Post
Dawg - Do you have the Elan M666s in 168 or 176 with Fusion ELD14?

At 5'9", 160, skiing Squaw/Vail/Whistler, level 7-8, few bump runs, med turns, 65/35 piste/off piste, what would you recommend for my buddy, the 168s or the 176s?

He's dead set on midfats, and would not consider a carver, and is coming off of Atomic 9.22s in a 180 length. He wants something easier to turn than his 9.22s, but versatile off piste.
The 666 is close to a carver, so he isn't making too much of a compromise. It is awfully close to a hardpack ski on those frontside days, and has a ton of stability, as well as energy packed into the tail. Of course, it is an all-mountain ski and handles crud just fine, and I really think it does best from hardpack and ice to up to 10" of new snow, and espeically in crud. I slightly prefer it on hard snow to most of the other midfats I have skied, and it has an edge in that it is less turny and therefore a tad more stable in crud than some of the other all-mountain carvers. I am about that size and ski the 176cm. But, if I lived back East and wanted something snappier and more nimble, the 168cm would be a great choice. My brother is the same size as me and owns it in a 168cm.

I have both lengths available in that ski. With binding, the price is $589 (ELD14). Give me a call at the shop (541-593-2453) or PM me if interested. Thanks!
post #14 of 15

Thanks

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Originally Posted by dawgcatching View Post

I have the iM82, they are going on sale for $679 w/Mojo 15, $639 w/Mojo 11, and $639 w/LD12, or $519 flat. All lengths are available. Call the shop at 541-539-2453 if you are interested.
Thanks, Dawg - I'm going to take the iM82 in a 172 out tomorrow (I'm a little worried that I'm going to wish I had the 183 as I'm 5'11" and 215 - what do you thing?). Anyway, I'll get back to you tomorrow evening.
post #15 of 15
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Originally Posted by darknstormy View Post
Thanks, Dawg - I'm going to take the iM82 in a 172 out tomorrow (I'm a little worried that I'm going to wish I had the 183 as I'm 5'11" and 215 - what do you thing?). Anyway, I'll get back to you tomorrow evening.
You could probably ski either the longer or shorter length: it really depends on what you are doing. I am 5 foot 9, and love the 172cm. If you are a high-speed skier, primarily using it is deeper snow, I would look hard at the 183cm. If you are demoing, you will likely get a good feel for length. I have sold 172cm iM82s to other people your size, though.
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