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Icelantic Pilgrims 179 225.00 shipped See details

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these are 08/09 Joan of Arc' topsheets. I got them as leftovers and skied them last season.

 

I am selling with or without bindings shipped to lower 48. 

 

dims are 127-90-115  19m Radius

http://icelanticboards.com/skis/pilgrim/

 

with griffons mounted for a 306 bsl $335.00

Flat, drilled once- $225.00

 

These are in very good condition but need a tune, otherwise, solid with plenty of life. Bases in pics show scratches, therea re no shots and no deep gouges. Edges are solid.  Topsheets are in great condition.

 

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post #2 of 9
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Bump!  no offers on Pilgrims???

 

post #3 of 9

I already have the skis I think I need this winter and I still would buy these if they were my size despite all logic. I'd make a 3-ski quiver work. Nice price w/Griffons mounted.

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thanks keith, what size did you want?  (I have a saw...) :)

 

post #5 of 9

This is sort of a not so well known ski. Maybe you can link a review or explain their performance.

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Thanks bro' here ya' go! 

 

Freeskier magazine just gave it an award

 

http://www.freeskier.com/buyersGuide/product.php?product_id=1271   and of course the link to Icelantic is above. 

 

the pilgrim is a great soft snow oriented (does fine on hardpack, just not ice). Its easy to ski, forgiving but torsionally stiff so you can stand on it. the softer tips make an ideal softer bump ski and moderate powder. Not overly damp,solid, good energy, quick and good feedback. I have skied these for  3 seasons, 169 and 179 now.  I am not a park rat but I understand they are good for rails and such. 

post #7 of 9

If it helps, I bought a pair of these (same year & graphic, same Griffon bindings mounted) last year as part of a quiver do-over.  I am an Eastern skier and never really quite got into the wider ski craze.  Since I only got to use them for 1 day in my last ski trip, I don't have a ton of time on them, but I was really surprised how well these served as an all-mountain ski.  They were light but stable and carved better than I expected, but were at home in the glades, bumps and anywhere I took them that day.  I am looking forward to putting more time on these this season.

 

BTW, that is a GREAT deal on these skis ... no way I would ever sell mine that low!!

post #8 of 9
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thansk, and it is a killer deal. Not sure why the haven't been hoovered up

post #9 of 9
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SOOOLLLLDDD!  This was a rippin' good deal.....

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