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Member Gear Review, Snow Cat Yellow

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Bio Data:
Male
5'9" tall
170 pounds
Level 11 skier

Gear tested:
2010 Snow Cat Yellows
length 210 mm
Tip 110 mm
Mid 110 mm
Tail 110 mm
Sidecut Radius infinity

Location:
Shelton Mountain

I got these puppies new in the box awhile ago and finally got around to trying them.out.
I was waiting for a really big dumo to test these fat boys and we got it last night.



There was a lot of ice on the roads falling as we headed out so we opted for Shelton Mountain because it is the closest suitable terrain with decent coverage in the path of this storm.



Couple of sit skiers catching the first tracks



Breaking out the gear.



Sweet topsheets eh?



I mounted these myself (+3)



And ready to rock!



Honestly, I wasn't very happy skiing these.  I expected quite a bit more float from a 110 waist ski.  I guess I wasn't going fast enough They seemed really soft too.  Maybe I should have gone a bit longer than 210.  And finally, they didn't hold well at all on the harder surfaces and crud.  Does anyone know what the factory edge bevels are on these, or can someone recommend a better one?

Maybe one of our retro gear collectors would like to buy them.  Please contact me of you know someone that has been looking for a pair of these.  I hear that SnowCat is way behind on deliveries because these are soo very popular this year.
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 Shouldn't this be posted in the rocker/reverse camber thread?
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