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Solid setup.
 


Thanks I also keep the following for some special local events

 

Dynastar Speed Course SG - 210

K2 Viper Mogul - 197(?),  for Heavenly Gunbarrel 25

Volkl P9 RS - 210,  for Retro Days

post #152 of 157
2010 high society FR 185 powder days
2009 kastle MX 88 168 everywhere anytime
2010 saloman areo x 162 ice skates
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Dynastar 4 x 4's - Groom and hard pack

Blizzard '09 Argos - Crud and Chop

ON3P BG's (new '10-'11 revised edition) - Powder & Trees

post #154 of 157

2010 Ogasaka Truin SL - Hardpack (so most days on the East Coast)

2008 Atomic Blackeye  - Everything else

post #155 of 157

boone skis, the sexiest skis ever made!

post #156 of 157

I concur, boone skis are the only choice around, I like to rock glow sticks when I ride on my glow sticks for extra steeze

 

I got the 191 Glow Stix and the the 181 neptunes

 

post #157 of 157
The Breakdown...



50% on my Icelantic Nomad 181 teles w/Hammerhead binders for lift-access skiing. really like.



40% on Fischer 205s Nordic Touring skis that i found (never mounted, in a dumpster at the jobsite) for skiing with the dogs on the mesa (we live in the boonies outside of Telluride, CO). there's fun touring in my "neighborhood".



10% on the K2 Mt. Bakers for skin track days. a solid light Alpine touring ski for spring conditions.



this winter i am drooling over the new Icelantic Keepers for powder, which would pretty much be a daily driver for days up high around telluride.


Sorry, I ate my pie chart.
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