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  1. #31
    Based on that TR...the Bushwacker sounds like a really good ski. I kinda wish I had demo'd those when I took a bunch of skis out.

    How did you find the 100mm skis did? Do you think you could use in a ski in that width as a daily driver?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    How did you find the 100mm skis did? Do you think you could use in a ski in that width as a daily driver?
    other than bumps i could see me on the Blend -100- or Alibi -98- as a daily driver. and the way i ski bumps i don't know that having a wide ski would really matter all that much anyway. in fact, they turn so slow that it might actually force me to learn how to absorb and extend rather than slide and skid the way i do now.
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  3. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by gmcunni View Post
    other than bumps i could see me on the Blend -100- or Alibi -98- as a daily driver. and the way i ski bumps i don't know that having a wide ski would really matter all that much anyway. in fact, they turn so slow that it might actually force me to learn how to absorb and extend rather than slide and skid the way i do now.
    I thought the alibi was a pretty good bump ski and I skied the 187. Because of all the rocker they really rotated nicely even though looking at them the tail really seemed like it would be a problem.
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  4. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by gmcunni View Post
    other than bumps i could see me on the Blend -100- or Alibi -98- as a daily driver. and the way i ski bumps i don't know that having a wide ski would really matter all that much anyway. in fact, they turn so slow that it might actually force me to learn how to absorb and extend rather than slide and skid the way i do now.
    One of those days, I'll get out there on some 100mm boards and see how they do.
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