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No Camber in one of my Stockli Stormrider XL's

post #1 of 5
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One ski is fine and the other has virtually no camber.

They were waxed and tuned before my last outing and I skied for a good 3 hours on them.

Stockli said I could send them back and they would have to look at them.
post #2 of 5
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Has anyone else had this problem?
post #3 of 5
I have two pairs of XL's {original R,W&B "flames" and the brown/orange topskins both 184}....no issues. I had a pair of the Laser SC's about 5-6 years ago. Mounted with VIST plates. They would decamber every day after the first 5-6 runs. Flat as a pancake. Would come back when they sat, even overnight, and would ski themselves flat. It never seemed to affect how they skied, and they had plenty of flex, but after about 10 days of this, I had the dealer send them back and Stockli replaced them. It was driving me nuts. I turned them in on my first Stormriders, as soon as I got the replacement pair. I'm a bigger guy...230 lbs.
post #4 of 5
No problems here.
post #5 of 5
my XL's (the grey with red/silver flames) are fine after 30 days. they don't have a lot of camber, about 5/8" between the skis held base to base. shouldn't be a problem
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