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post #31 of 45
A 205-210cm super-g ski with a 75-80mm waist.
post #32 of 45
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Legend pro XXL in 200 w/ stiffer flattend tail, +7-8mm everywhere, Slightly stiffer shovel and small bit of tip rocker.
Already out there in limited numbers on the feet of a few IFS competitors. (I think no rocker though). Not sure if they have been skiied in a comp yet (???) Also a womens size which is I think a 176. At least two of those were at the KW comp.

SJ
post #33 of 45
One that doesn't leave any tracks.
post #34 of 45
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One that doesn't leave any tracks.
post #35 of 45
The Explosiv.
post #36 of 45
All those skis that come in 10cm increments.....we need the in between lengths.

You used to be able to get Rossi's in 200, 203, 207,210,213

Now some skis are 165 175 185.
post #37 of 45
Something 210cm long, not a full twin, but maybe a kicktail, 120 underfoot, about a 37m turning radius, moderatly stiff, lets say about like ants, softer in the tip, but not rockered at all.

EDIT: I think fischer is making my dream ski next year, but I'll have to see about the stiffness.
post #38 of 45
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Already out there in limited numbers on the feet of a few IFS competitors. (I think no rocker though). Not sure if they have been skiied in a comp yet (???) Also a womens size which is I think a 176. At least two of those were at the KW comp.

SJ
Really?
Cause I loved the way the XXL skied every where but especially in pow. I thought the tail was kind of soft and wimpy feeling, didnt give that nice ummph out of turns that a flatter stiffer tail does. and I would love this ski as a ski that can charge the pow all morning and then bust the crud all afternoon.
post #39 of 45
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Really?
Cause I loved the way the XXL skied every where but especially in pow. I thought the tail was kind of soft and wimpy feeling, didnt give that nice ummph out of turns that a flatter stiffer tail does. and I would love this ski as a ski that can charge the pow all morning and then bust the crud all afternoon.
alot of the smaller guys at the snowbird comp wanted a 186. are they going to make that as well?
post #40 of 45
How the next generation will shake out is unknown at this time as there is no universal acceptance of skis that are all that much different than what is current in the 194. Whether the experimental ones will see the light of day is an open question. Eventually, all three sizes will be changed but I doubt that they will all be the same and I think that the 176 will settle in around the current shape.

One of my employees was in the KW comp and chatted up some of the Roxy team members who gave up some of this dope. FWIW, he really likes the current 194 just as it is.

SJ
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The Explosiv.
in zebra colors
post #42 of 45
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in zebra colors
No, bring back the Wizard!
post #43 of 45

Atomic race stock 201 Super G...

...oops, already have that. Atomic race stock 205 Super G...oops, already have that. Atomic race stock 212 Super G/DH...oops, already have that. Gimme a sec, I'll think of something...
post #44 of 45
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No, bring back the Wizard!
And make it just a bit bigger (+5).
195cm, 125-100-117
post #45 of 45
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"And I would love a 165 race stock slalom ski with a flex like the Volkl Racetiger and an 80 mm. waist, and I would also have a race plate on there. That would be perfect for spring skiing."

... so, like, an AC4 with even more sidecut and some lift?

Really? For spring skiing?

toooomucchhhhsidecuttt!

http://www.ski-depot.com/miva/mercha...oduct_Count=22

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