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Sa7 Hello to My Little Friend

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This is my new friend. I follow him everywhere he goes. He loves powder. He 's very friendly and never tries to shake me. He really enjoys skiing from hardpack to windslab to powder over and over and over again. He's very playful and sometimes he likes to fly. He can even carve a turn. People say he can't, but he can. I followed him the whole time and saw it myself. He has even taught several lessons with me. He does a mean wedge christy demo. I think he has a very balanced personality, but some people say he's a little bit Schizo. I like that because I usually follow him 1.5 cm closer than recommended. Today I was following him through some knee deep wind blown powder and he kept getting buried like a Vermont partridge, so I tried following him 1.5 cm farther back than recommended. He didn't turn as well that way, so I tried following just as close as recommended. I think I'll do that on deeper days, but still ski closer to him in mixed conditions. He's not the one-trick pony that people think he is. I'm going to follow him a lot this year. I always have fun when I do.
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Not sure what I am looking at.
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His big bro is getting ordered tomorrow, along with a certain fluorescent orange clamping device. 
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Thread Starter 
 I highly recommend the Schizo. He really rips mixed conditions when you ski closer to him, but I think you need to ski a little farther back when it gets deep.
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"Know Thy Self"... I do not like adjustments on skis, I see the reason for the schitzo, but I wouldn't use it. 
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Originally Posted by Whiteroom View Post

His big bro is getting ordered tomorrow, along with a certain fluorescent orange clamping device. 

Super 7 + FKS?

Gotta bring the steeze for that setup... ;)

but everybody knows that rockered skis suck overall & are only good for powder...
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Super 7 + FKS?

Gotta bring the steeze for that setup... ;)

but everybody knows that rockered skis suck overall & are only good for powder...
 

I am enormous (not just in my BVD's either)... so yeah, pretty sure I'll be OK.
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Originally Posted by Whiteroom View Post

His big bro is getting ordered tomorrow, along with a certain fluorescent orange clamping device. 






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Originally Posted by Whiteroom View Post

"Know Thy Self"... I do not like adjustments on skis, I see the reason for the schitzo, but I wouldn't use it. 

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Originally Posted by MojoMan View Post

Not sure what I am looking at.

I'm sure the graphics aren't a generic enough mixture of any of the following colors: red, blue, white black. Therefore most of the members of this forum wouldn't know what they are looking at.
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   painfully humerous... I am not man enought to sk that super....   I would like to try the mortals version. that and the JJ are designs I think are where it needs to go.

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I figured WhiteRoom was going for one of these certain fluorescent orange clamping devices:

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Originally Posted by krp8128 View Post

I figured WhiteRoom was going for one of these certain fluorescent orange clamping devices:


I'm not sure what I would use that for... I could think something up but not on a 'family' site.

I could just 'No Board' them, lay some grip tape down and wear some snowboard boots... I could be onto something. It would certainly allow for easier apres, which is kind of steezy, I suppose.

nah, think I'll go with the FKS.
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nipple clamps?
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nipple clamps?

Edgy Wedgies

SJ
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Kinda like nipples? No?
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