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2009/2010 Gear pic. The Scott Schmidt looking green/black stormrider looks dope.

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What is the ski to the right of the Schmidt Stormrider? (the pair second from the right)


Edited by Noodler - Tue, 03 Feb 09 20:56:57 GMT
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are a few of those models using a titanol look (clear on metal) top sheet?  the stormrider top sheet, the flames graphic,  of the previous model was pretty cool, super durable. these look sick, sort of Swiss classic tough.

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Laser SC hasn't changed much.  Loved the flame graphic on my old Stormrider XL's.  Not fussed with the dead animal skull on my Stormrider XXL.  Thank God they haven't gone ghetto/punk.

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Laser SC hasn't changed much.  Loved the flame graphic on my old Stormrider XL's.  Not fussed with the dead animal skull on my Stormrider XXL.  Thank God they haven't gone ghetto/punk.

yeah, the swiss are a trip, as designers. Just saying, but for a culture with that much control, to be far-out, arbitrary, current and cool, trendy or fashionable, it's just not in them, (judging only by ski graphics).

 

the 08 pictorial graphics for stormriders was so strange to me. I just could not figure where they were coming from. one looked like the image of a deer as viewed through a telescopic site

 

all the competition in 08 getting into wild full on graphics seems to have stumped them to follow suit. glad they are back to "just being myself".
 

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That whole line up looks really sweet!! I love the subtle graphics very classy looking skis!

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So when is someone going to come up with the goods on the Stockli 2010 lineup?  I've been having a tough time this year digging up the good stuff on the skis I'm interested in.  Maybe I'm just out of practice after my 2 year hiatus.


Edited by Noodler - Tue, 03 Feb 09 20:55:54 GMT
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Thanks for the photo! Uhh...could we get another?  The angle make them look like skis for midgets.

The one on the left, the twin tip metal one looks cool.

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So when is someone going to come up with the goods on the Stockli 2010 lineup?  I've been having a tough time this year digging up the good stuff on the skis I'm interested in.  Maybe I'm just out of practice after my 2 year hiatus.


Edited by Noodler - Tue, 03 Feb 09 20:55:54 GMT


 

That might have to wait until I catch up with the Australian importer in a few months time.

 

BTW, Noodler, are you back on the sticks after your accident?  I've always really appreciated your ski reviews.

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I am back.......... and hungry for some Stockli info.  I had my Stockli XLs (from '05) out this past Sunday and loved them just as I remembered them - except they're just too skinny!  I saw the new VXL in the lineup for 2009 and I'm drooling .  I'm sure they're crazy expensive as usual though.

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On the following polish side you will have some more pics www.skionline.pl/sprzet/. A few days ago I was in a Stockli shop. The snake line will disappear. All twintips are now subsumised under the Rotor line. Stormrider XL is gone as well. The Laser SL will get a little wider tail and SC inherits the shape from new SL.

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vilu - thanks!  Those shots are great.

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Rotor 106 looks mighty good.

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Bump for 2010 Stockli info.  Who's got the specs?  Anyone have the new catalog (in PDF form)?  Usually by this time each season I've found this stuff, but this time I'm just not digging up the goods from the usual sources.

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Second the motion for more info; especially curious about the differences between what appears to be an 82 (palm fronds) and 84 (gambling) Rotor .  

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Got a chance to "molest" the Stormrider VXL and XXL yesterday in Gravity Jones (Vail).  I was surprised that these skis weren't nearly as stiff as I expected them to be.  They both have a flex pattern with a softer shovel and stiffer tail.  They also had the Scot Schmidt (aka DP Pro+) at 101mm underfoot.  That ski also isn't anywhere near as stiff as the previous generation Scot Schmidt.  The shop folks said that although they flex more easily they still have the stability and edge grip like most Stocklis have.  It costs $50 to demo any of them at Vail.  I may have to take them out for day this season if I get back out to Vail.

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Please find here the new Stoeckli 2009 / 2010 winter catalogue.

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^^^^ Thanks for digging that up. Great pics.

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