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Originally Posted by davluri View Post

tracks 1.jpg

tracks skier right of the rock made by:
rockered tip
reverse camber
reverse camber and sidecut
traditional camber and sidecut
snowboard
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insightful on your part. As for PM, not working. only seen them on two skiers in about 6 years. course I don't hang with that group or ski the parks, so I'm missing a few  pairs no doubt. All I get is the anti, minus the what's up, very negative IMO.

I am actually learning from people who get their reverse camber and rockered skis out on the deep snow and talk about it. and that's positive.


so how much about PM gear do you actually know? I mean cause we all know Bro models make great park skis! 
post #152 of 157
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Originally Posted by ecimmortal View Post

I drank the Koolaid. And it is oh so tasty. I picked up a 1 day use setup off of Craigslist. It was too good to pass up. 185 Atomic Blog's mounted with Solly STH16's for $450.
does the guy that rode them that one day know this??
post #153 of 157
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skifish,

interesting photos. like the anti techno joke. should be a thread: pics of me getting spanked.

But this is sort of a techno babble location. What is a Bro ski about, with respect to their design. Lots of macho buzz out there.....
 
You want to get down to basics, I'm down with that. 

So, you're inferring that you are spansered because you are a nice guy?
 
 
Need help????
tinyurl.com/yek7goj
Splat is my bro bros help other bros build skis, market, demo and tune and mount them.
I'm a decent pow skier won the only 2 comps I entered. The solitude beacon and eggs comp and the fastest beacon in the wasatch finals at the bird. Only comps I care about.
a few from yesterday valenitine touring partner/ soulmate and real spanser not real good at photos
feel free to critique
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post #154 of 157
I think you need gauntlet gloves, your watch was showing in some of those pictures....
post #155 of 157
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nice pics. you could describe the stages of the turn photographed there with respect to the skis performance in those conditions.   or not. thanks for the stoke pics. Where are you, roughly, without revealing a particular stash?
 




BW, I have had the opportunity to ski Bro Model skis, though not in the park, that's for sure.
post #156 of 157
looks like in the first pic I come out of the white room with limited vis slash slarve another turn and ski on
Location guild line take honeycomb east face traverse to rope line stating no ski patrol or avvy contol work past this point.
Probally best to have a partner and aplicable safety gear and knowledge to use it
still a few avvy dragons lurking
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I like to stay on the lower angle nose and out of the gully
Last day of the season last year
Pm gear lhasa pows on feet rockered but slight chamber
Hard for me to describe the revesrse chamber slarve but get on a pair sometime.
post #157 of 157
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Originally Posted by skifishbum View Post

looks like in the first pic I come out of the white room with limited vis slash slarve another turn and ski on
Location guild line take honeycomb east face traverse to rope line stating no ski patrol or avvy contol work past this point.
Probally best to have a partner and aplicable safety gear and knowledge to use it
still a few avvy dragons lurking
sfb 339 (2).jpg
I like to stay on the lower angle nose and out of the gully
Last day of the season last year
Pm gear lhasa pows on feet rockered but slight chamberHard for me to describe the revesrse chamber slarve but get on a pair sometime.

What is your PSIA level?
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