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post #31 of 57
Sounds like you guys have the same marital/ski issues as me. I had a hard time explaining why there are six pairs of skis in the closet last week when I stored everything for summer. Now I have another set of PEs to smuggle into the house... Maybe I can stack them under the other ones.
post #32 of 57
It's back..... K2 PEs $207.31.

There, got it right that time.

Chris
post #33 of 57
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K2 Public Enemy Alpine Ski

$207.31

Choice of 4 lengths as of right now!
post #34 of 57

K2 Fujatives - 169cm - $155

They have 50 of them in just one length. This is an intermediate level park ski that will suffice as an all-mountain ski for slower skiers. Don't get fooled into thinking its anything close to the PE as an all-mountain ski.
post #35 of 57
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K2 Public Enemy Alpine Ski

On SAC. 159 and 164 cm. Pretty cheap.
post #36 of 57
Rossi B2 $237.5 in 166cm, 174cm, 182cm.
post #37 of 57
Rossi Scratch FS 174cm $198.75
post #38 of 57
Salomon S920 Equipe DIN 14-20, $137. You know who you are (and you're probably at TGR).
post #39 of 57
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Salomon S920 Equipe DIN 14-20, $137. You know who you are (and you're probably at TGR).
Gone before I could fill out the credit card information. If anyone has an extra pair... (I know, doubtful).
post #40 of 57
Check out the awesome water bottle. Who needs skis, bindings or womens pants when we can get this stuff?
post #41 of 57
rossi axial2
$95
post #42 of 57
Look PX 12 Ti Jib binding - $81 (21 pair) - 9:50 am (eastern) 6/1/07
post #43 of 57
Lib Technologies Narrow Ass Snowboards Alpine Ski

Lib Tech Snowboards provide snowboard technology without the unsightly knuckle dragging.
Description:

Narrow Ass Snowboards are, um, skis that are built with the same state-of-the-art technology that's kept Lib Tech at the peak of freestyle snowboarding for the past decade. Designed to dominate big-mountain runs, Narrow Ass Snowboards use wave-shaped Magne-Traction edges which increase edge control by creating seven points of contact on each ski to turn ice into powder. Fast sintered bases help you get all the speed you need for airing big gaps or riding open bowls, and solid aspen cores provide tons of pop. Want to beat the snowboarders at their own game? Steal their technology and head for the park with a pair of Narrow Ass Snowboards (AKA sick twintip skis).



http://www.steepandcheap.com/?id=RaI8WvqR
post #44 of 57
Thread Starter 
[quote=barrettscv;721565]Lib Technologies Narrow Ass Snowboards Alpine Ski

Lib Tech Snowboards provide snowboard technology without the unsightly knuckle dragging.
Description:

Narrow Ass Snowboards are, um, skis that are built with the same state-of-the-art technology that's kept Lib Tech at the peak of freestyle snowboarding for the past decade. Designed to dominate big-mountain runs, Narrow Ass Snowboards use wave-shaped Magne-Traction edges which increase edge control by creating seven points of contact on each ski to turn ice into powder. Fast sintered bases help you get all the speed you need for airing big gaps or riding open bowls, and solid aspen cores provide tons of pop. Want to beat the snowboarders at their own game? Steal their technology and head for the park with a pair of Narrow Ass Snowboards (AKA sick twintip skis).


Was SAC selling these? How much were they? Does anybody know anything about them??
post #45 of 57
I looked up the web page and all they talked about are snowboards. The hype on SAC made me want to buy a pair. Did I hear that only 400 units were made? A unit must be one pair of skis
post #46 of 57
I would like to suggest that Phil buy a pair, if he hasn't already and let us know how they ski.
post #47 of 57
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Was SAC selling these? How much were they? Does anybody know anything about them??
They were about $300, 177cm sizes or smaller.

They didn't sell well.

Michael
post #48 of 57
But are they any good???
Does anyone know about these or better yet, has anyone been on them?:
post #49 of 57
I wanted a pair because of the purple, blue faced orangatang thing on th top sheet...
post #50 of 57
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But are they any good???
Does anyone know about these or better yet, has anyone been on them?:
You might ask Dookie67 about that.
post #51 of 57

Today

Phat Luv $270 in a 174 only. How's that for a lady?
post #52 of 57
Gone already!
post #53 of 57
They had the full size range, unfortunately no Canadian shipping.

If anyone picked up an extra pair of 160cms I am interested (for the mother-in-law I swear!).
post #54 of 57
Rossi Bandit B Squad.

$358. No binding.

Any good?
post #55 of 57
Rossi B Squad Bandits, 164/174/184/189 sizes @ $358 just listed.

Lots of money but lots of ski I hear.
post #56 of 57
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Rossi Bandit B Squad.

$358. No binding.

Any good?
I recall hearing these are great for bigger and big-mountain skiers -- the Bandit that's not a noodle. Not really an eastern ski (but then I'm not so big and not so expert and spend lots of time on hardpack). Search here or TGR, you'll find info.
post #57 of 57
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Originally Posted by Paul Jones View Post
Rossi Bandit B Squad.

$358. No binding.

Any good?
The 184cm length is almost skiable (and gone.) The longer lengths are true bruiser skis great for high speed off-piste skiing but too much for the trees or non-muscular skiers.
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