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Hi Everyone!

 

Got a head's up that the Pulse and the Phoenix are being discussed! We appreciate all the loyal hart skiers, and the Pulse and the Phoenix are still around and are second to none! And there are some locations where you may be able to find some demos to try. 

 

We have offers for athletes, Ski Patrol and USSA members if that works for you. We also have a new, exciting leasing program, too, do not hesitate to ask about it.  Check out our website at www.hartskis.com, Facebook or Twitter and get the news on all the great hart skis.  Then give us a call, drop us an email and we will be happy to help any questions you may have!

 

Contact Johann at johann@hartskis.com or 206-818-3666 / Jeff at jeffreyjr@hartskis.com or 952-454-1051

 

Ski with your hart!

post #92 of 96
Just found this thread. I had no idea hart was considered a high-end ski. Curious thing, I live in semi-rural area 30-40 minutes north of the ski shop I usually frequent (the owners also own the ski school with whom I teach). BUT I found a ski shop much closer that is a hart dealer (and Kneebinding FWIW). Will check them out more closely.
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Just found this thread. I had no idea hart was considered a high-end ski. Curious thing, I live in semi-rural area 30-40 minutes north of the ski shop I usually frequent (the owners also own the ski school with whom I teach). BUT I found a ski shop much closer that is a hart dealer (and Kneebinding FWIW). Will check them out more closely.

If you are looking for a very versatile hard/packed snow ski, the Phoenix deserves a try. At 116/66/101, a classic shape. I have a pair of Kastle MX78's that I use most of all, but the Phoenix are just crazy fun to ski  - fast, stable, remarkably nimble and damp. A beautifully made ski, to boot. Seems like I always have a good time on them.

David (OP - three years ago- jeesh)

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... but the Phoenix are just crazy fun to ski  - fast, stable, remarkably nimble and damp. A beautifully made ski, to boot. Seems like I always have a good time on them.

Perfect description of the Phoenix!  Their capabilities and construction are excellent, but they are just flat-out, ear-to-ear-grin fun to ski!  After demo'ing and skiing a bunch of other skis this year, I just returned to Hart fold and bought a Pulse as my new Eastern ski ... too bad I probably won't get to try them out until next season!

post #95 of 96

Yeah, I've had my eye on these things for a few years now. The Phoenix is the same ski as the Blossom Flere, no? Will be in the market this summer, perhaps, for a new race carver to replace my Supersonics. Something ever so slightly damper and ever so slightly turnier appeals. Would love to get on a pair of these in a 166 to try.

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Yeah, I've had my eye on these things for a few years now. The Phoenix is the same ski as the Blossom Flere, no? Will be in the market this summer, perhaps, for a new race carver to replace my Supersonics. Something ever so slightly damper and ever so slightly turnier appeals. Would love to get on a pair of these in a 166 to try.

I'm in Maine. You're in Maine. My Hart Phoenix are in Maine (with VIST plates = adjustable bsl). There is a pant load of snow in Maine (and cat track ice that I skied on at the Loaf today). Get my drift? PM me.

D

PS: I went from the Supersonics (which I loved) to the Phoenix and never looked back. 

Today I skied on the Hart Pulse (in 180cm) in absolutely bullet-proof conditions featuring wind scoured cat track ice, and death cookies. Killer conditions. With a brand new grind, 1/3 tune and wax it was a great tool for the day. Left my Kastle MX78's in the car.

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