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WTB - Dedicated Hard Snow Ski around 70W, 170L

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As in the title, I'm looking for a hard snow ski to use in the Mid-Atlantic.  Something around a 13-16m radius, width around 70 mm, length around 170 cm.  Me, I'm 6' 155 lbs and Iike to charge pretty hard.  I'm not looking for a race ski, but a step or 2 down.  Don't want to break the bank either, so newest models are probably out.

 

Similar skis I've enjoyed in recent years: Fischer Progressor 8+, Head Supershape, Head iXRC 1100 SW.

 

Anybody looking to unload anything that fits the bill? Thanks.

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I have a pair of Dynastar Contact Limiteds for sale.

172 cm and 72mm under foot.

Excellent condition, just tuned. Will semd pics if you are interested.
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A couple of great choices so far.  Any others out there?

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I have a pair of '09-'10 Nordica SpeedMachine Mach 4 Powers.  Legit-ass frontside carver.  No speed limit, rails on ice, stable and smooth as silk, will pop if you really press it and are bigger, very large sweet spot, and only been on it 5 times.  They are in great shape, and ski has never even been tuned--perfect bases. 

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Thread Starter 

Appreciate the offer, but I'm pretty sure I'm just too light to take advantage of the Mach 4 Powers.  

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Almost new pair of progressor 9's. 175cm.

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Thread Starter 

Progressors are tempting, but I'd want a 170.  Thanks, though.

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Got an older pair of Atomic SX:11's that I haven't skied much now that I live in AK. I think they're 168 cm if I remember correctly... 

 

Great ski, but needs a nice tune.  They were bought used by me in 2004 or so and I think they're the '03 model.  Probably not more than 15 days on them by me, mostly back prior to '08.

 

I'd be willing to get rid of 'em cheap since I hardly use them and there isn't much interest up here for them.  Neox bindings on them, so they "slide" to adjust to boot sizes & you wouldn't need to remount.

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I have a pair of Elan Speedwave 14's 168. Excellent condition light use and with a fresh tune. They fit your description.

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Hi pdxammo. Are you selling the Progressor 9 175's? Are they still avail? What's your price?

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