EpicSki › The Barking Bear Forums › On the Snow (Skiing Forums) › Ski Gear Discussion › Do I really need 95mm skis?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Do I really need 95mm skis? - Page 2

post #31 of 50
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tyrone Shoelaces View Post

and different hat....dear god.


Soooo............the rest of the outfit is cool then....faaaaaar out!!......c'mon in....your size is waiting.
post #32 of 50
Oh!!......uhhhhmmm.....ya gotst'a work on that goatee thingy.

SJ
post #33 of 50
Quote:
Originally Posted by SierraJim View Post
Oh!!......uhhhhmmm.....ya gotst'a work on that goatee thingy.

SJ
Do compression tights work for the whole ensemble?
post #34 of 50
Quote:
Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post
Do compression tights work for the whole ensemble?

Prolly would for Tyrone.........

For me........BIG OLE NOPE!!

Don' wanna scare the lil' kidz an stuff.

" eeeeekk.....Mommy mommy that nice old guy looks like an exploded sausage....whatsamatterhim??"

SJ
post #35 of 50
The whole concept of this thread is...BLASPHEMY!!
post #36 of 50
yeah no kiddin ... specially if you know qk9, master of all things quiver. He's lucky if he skis a pair of skis twice before moving on .
post #37 of 50
Thread Starter 
Okay, Trekchick-

Back to the topic at hand.
Should I guess that you have a pair of Bros in that box with the man in brown???
post #38 of 50
Quote:
Originally Posted by quickk9 View Post
Okay, Trekchick-

Back to the topic at hand.
Should I guess that you have a pair of Bros in that box with the man in brown???
Sure!
Can you tell me what model and size?
It wouldn't take much to find where I posted it...........ooooo, I like a scavenger hung!!!
post #39 of 50
Quote:
Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post
Sure!
Can you tell me what model and size?
It wouldn't take much to find where I posted it...........ooooo, I like a scavenger hung!!!
Uh.... just a bit more than we needed to know Mrs. Freud
post #40 of 50
Quote:
Originally Posted by bumpfreaq View Post
Uh.... just a bit more than we needed to know Mrs. Freud
Look Bump, we have more friends!!!
post #41 of 50
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post
Sure!
Can you tell me what model and size?
Would they be the 174 Soft Standard Bros by chance?
And you women don't think that us men listen to you.
post #42 of 50

2 ski quiver

Too many skis is like too many women. You get confused.

I have to pairs of very good and reasonably versatile sticks. Fischer RX8 for home in Western NY & Rossignol B3 for trips to Utah/Colorado. That covers it.

I have skied both sets a zillion times so I am totally comfortable on either - which in my view is very important (agreeing with whoever it was that said the same thing a couple of posts ago).

I figure the only "hole" in my "quiver" is something way wide for when there is a s--tload of powder which never happens in NY and almost never happens when I go West. The B3's do fine for me for everything up to a foot.
post #43 of 50
Quote:
Originally Posted by The Hammer View Post
Too many skis is like too many women. You get confused.
Hmmm...sounds like a personal problem.
post #44 of 50

I have three pair of Skis

Quote:
Originally Posted by dookey67 View Post
naw, i'm beginning to see that light myself.

my quiver, which is only 5 deep, has only been seeing much of the skiing this season devoted primarily to 2 planks (Lib Tech NAS and Spats, although the NAS may need a remount for me to really get them dialed in). I've only spent 1 day on some Blizzards and maybe a week on my old standbys, the King Salmon.

i'm doing my best to live up to the MTT philosophy of picking one ski and making it my biznatch.

that said, i'm still eyeing those Moment Ruby's and/or the Fatypus D-Sender and/or the Hendryx Rhino Chaser and/or the Prior Overlord and/or...

I have short Skis. I have long Skis, and an A/T setup They are 99MM 97MM and 99MM
post #45 of 50
Heard on the street:

Errol Flynn had a small quiver, but a large YOU-KNOW-WHAT,
and Ron Howard had a large quiver and a small etc......

That's what I heard on the streets of Kingston....yaga!

I and I dunno..
post #46 of 50
Not 95mm, but sure would be purdy with the bindings
post #47 of 50
hahaha I ski in CO on PEs. The deepest powder I've been in plumes up at my waist and the hardest ice I've skied would be fun on hockey skates. I've never had a bad day on the PEs. If you're a gear junky then go for it but IMO you don't NEED more than one pair of skis.
post #48 of 50
Good point Drew. But, as you hinted at, good points are usually lost on junkies. I should know, I just tuned my PEs and four other pair for my upcoming trip

BTW, if you're going to be at the Jane between the 23rd and 28th, give me a shout.
post #49 of 50

sounds good

I've got to work some of those days but I will likely head up on Tuesday the 25th. I'll let you know as the date gets closer.

BTW I'd have a larger quiver if I wasn't so CHEAP.
post #50 of 50
Quote:
Originally Posted by drewski180 View Post
I've got to work some of those days but I will likely head up on Tuesday the 25th. I'll let you know as the date gets closer.

BTW I'd have a larger quiver if I wasn't so CHEAP.
Cool... Tuesday sounds good, I'll look for a PM

PEs are quite a good one ski quiver IMHO.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Ski Gear Discussion
EpicSki › The Barking Bear Forums › On the Snow (Skiing Forums) › Ski Gear Discussion › Do I really need 95mm skis?