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POLL: PICK FROM THESE POWDER SKIS AND MAKE A CASE FOR IT

Poll Results: WHICH OF THESE POWDER SKIS WOULD YOU PICK AND WHY

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 0% of voters (0)
    Dynastar Huge Trouble
  • 12% of voters (1)
    BILLY GOATS
  • 12% of voters (1)
    PRAXIS POWDERBOARDS
  • 0% of voters (0)
    LINE PROPHET 130
  • 12% of voters (1)
    LINE MOTHERSHIP
  • 12% of voters (1)
    2008/9 Gotama
  • 0% of voters (0)
    K2 Pontoon
  • 50% of voters (4)
    Rossi S7
  • 0% of voters (0)
    K2 Hellbent
  • 0% of voters (0)
    Volkl Kuro
8 Total Votes  
post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
please don't lecture me with the answer, "all.  They are all very different."  I know, but which one would you want and why?
tails on powder skis suck!
i love funshapes!
tip rocker only for me!
nothin but reverse/reverse for powder skis for me!
Edited by guroo270 - 2/24/10 at 11:39am
post #2 of 10
Please don't post with a lecture on how not to respond.  And BTW, how about none of the above? I like my Watea 101s because they're the powder skis I have and for the two or three deep days a year I have as a weekend warrior, they’re good enough for me.

Edited by Eric S - 2/24/10 at 12:13pm
post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Eric S View Post

Please don't post with a lecture on how not to respond. 

Don't respond like this guy.
JK.
They only allow you 10 pics, otherwise I woulda put the Prophet 100 and watea in there.  I wanted to put the Spatula on there to see how many people wanted that for nostalgia reasons.
post #4 of 10
You don't have my 'pic' on your list.

Elan Quad One (M Series 1111)

184cm, 161/121/141, swallow tail, 20m radius

mounted 3 inches aft

They rule the deep and rock the piste. They float, they smear, they make me happy.

My second choice is Atomic Powder Plus 165cm, 130/110/120, huge radius. Plenty of float for steep powder and short for quick turns in the trees.

I want a pair of Spatulas, but they are still going too dear. Around $300.00

MR
post #5 of 10
I've skied and/or owned about half the skis on the list.  My vote is for the S7 because they are just plain stupid fun and absolutely make resort powder skiing easier.  And yes, they really are versatile.  Of course if you have access to a helicopter and don't have to turn too often, then......
post #6 of 10
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by SquawBrat View Post

I've skied and/or owned about half the skis on the list.  My vote is for the S7 because they are just plain stupid fun and absolutely make resort powder skiing easier.  And yes, they really are versatile.  Of course if you have access to a helicopter and don't have to turn too often, then......
...theNNNN!?!  The suspense is killing me.
post #7 of 10
Eric WTF? It's his pole dude.   Come on' now, this is just fuel for the fire in the texas theads........

Quote:
Originally Posted by Eric S View Post

Please don't post with a lecture on how not to respond.  And BTW, how about none of the above? I like my Watea 101s because they're the powder skis I have and for the two or three deep days a year I have as a weekend warrior, they’re good enough for me.



GOO- Hmmm, so many good pow ski's. In order to vote, I need to know what you are skiing and where! :)  (flawed pole)
post #8 of 10
Thread Starter 
6 inches of fresh minimum, out west.  Vail, Kirkwood, Bachelor, Whistler, Valdez.
post #9 of 10
Ahhh, well having not skied ALL of these, it's my wortkless opinion,   but I would have to say my Icelantic Nomad SFT's!  146-111-136! I love these things. I have been in over 2' this season on them and just loved them.. Lots of good ones though and of the above listed, I would really like to get on the Billy Goats, that's a very interesting ski and the dims are sweet, tip rocker with 1.5cm tail rocker. I would like to see NO tail but that's another thread.  
post #10 of 10
Thread Starter 
Is that starting to be the consesus for big powder skis?  Tip rocker, flat tail?  That seems to be what people are liking.  Then again, I'm not the smartest guy in the world.
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