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From Pin Tail to Symetrical Sidecut: Different Performance Traits

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You have your Fisher Watea 114 and one of the K2's with a Pin Tail and your Volkl Chopsticks (and others) that are symetrical sidecut. How did they ski in deep powder (I'm referring only to skis over 110 waisted) last season? Dynastar is sticking to the: tail 10mm less than the tip formula on several models, including my Sixth Sense Huge skis at 115.

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That's because Dynastar can't afford to make changes to anything.

post #3 of 6

93 posts in less than a month a barely an intelligent one yet.

 

Check the 2010-2011 ski threads then get a clue.

post #4 of 6

That was constructive


Edited by Maineac - 7/17/10 at 3:14pm
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 Lighten up

 

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Originally Posted by snofun3 View Post

93 posts in less than a month a barely an intelligent one yet.

 

Check the 2010-2011 ski threads then get a clue.

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