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We have some Atomic SG & DH skis that have FIS points and were under the feet of Travis Ganong in Sochi as trainers. These are fast skis. Let me know if interested.

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Originally Posted by Philpug View Post
 

We have some Atomic SG & DH skis that have FIS points and were under the feet of Travis Ganong in Sochi as trainers. These are fast skis. Let me know if interested.

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Hard to go wrong with skis that have been through the USST waxing routine! 

 

We had a pair and they were extremely fast. My older boy won a downhill on them

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Thanks for all the feedback.


It sounds like investing in a Super G in the low 200s is probably the right choice for me, although I'd be curious to put that ski up against a similarly sized GS ski for comparison purposes. Can anyone comment on that?

Difference in turn radius. GS might be unsuitable, depending on what type of SG course you plan to race in.
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