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Bombs away.

With input from loose cannons like Mike Wilson and Jamie Pierre, the mad scientists at Lib Technologies designed the NAS Pow reCurve Ski for blowing shit up in the steep and deep. The POW reCURVE profile blends rockered tips and tails with camber underfoot so you can float through the fresh and carve up the firm. Magnetraction brings bomber edgehold to even the sketchiest of lines, and the fatty footprint means this ski stomps potentially explosive landings with authority.

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I have a pair of touring K2 setup and have...

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I have a pair of touring K2 setup and have been really happy with it, but with only 88 in the waist it gets a little rough in the heavy and deep! I picked up a pair of NAS POW 181 thinking the 115 waist and recurve would be exactly what I am looking for. I didn't realize how far back my k2's center mark are set back! Everything I have read about magnetraction is to mount it on the center mark. At 200 6' is the 181 too small for me? Thoughts?

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IMO, 2cm forward of the dot is $$$. I have about 25 days on them. I tried a rental setup before I bought,with a movable toe and heel, and found the forward mount makes them a little easier to turn, I ski a lot of trees and love powdery bumps, so for me, it works. Hope it helps. Awesome ski. Oh, 5'10, 175lbs.

What's the turning radius on the 191's??

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What's the turning radius on the 191's??

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I know you posted that question 6 days ago and I've been combing the interwebz ever since trying to find an answer for you. Then, just now, I thought, hey, it's along shot, but try Lib's website! Sure, I was skeptical. I mean why would the manufacturer post a commonly requested and necessary (to potential purchasers) attribute like the turn radius on, of all places, their website?

But there it was. It was not easy to find. First I had to google "liberace technologies", and then click on a link to get to the page, then click on NAS and then POW. But my hard work and sleuthing paid off. 18 meters for both the 181 and the 191.

Maybe your question was just a way of telling bc.com they need to include that info on their site?

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I started skiing the 192 NAS recurve POW about 75 ski days ago. It is *hands down* the best ski I've even ridden; I've tried lots of different skis in the past year or two. The edge hold on groomers is beyond ridiculous. I was coming from the 194 XXL and found that I was overpowering the NAS at first; the ski takes a bit of getting used to and doesn't like being ridden sloppy. When you are on top of these things, there is no comparison. The early rise tip is very subtle--imo it's perfect for my skiing style. The flex is dialed and smooth, this is easily the most stable ski I've been on. Until you get the feel dialed, you can feel a faint tracking when running flat. My favorite part of the design is the way this ski lets you choose your depth in deep snow; you can either surf on top or move your weight a touch more forward and the ski becomes a bottom feeder. Long fast turns, easy stompy, stable as #$%^, and the recommended mounting point is $$$... enough tail to help you recover from being off, and enough tip to let you rally. I can't say enough about em. Pick up a pair if you are on the fence, you won't regret it.

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192 pow nas??????I think it only comes in 181, 191......

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Just picked up a pair of these (181 cm) from a local shop after a solid demo day last week at Crystal Mtn. Wow. Really, that's all I can say. These things carve like a slalom ski, and will blast through anything. Haven't had a chance to ride them in the deep stuff yet (will be doing that next week in MT) but will get back to you. Amazing technology from a cool company.

Any info on these? Dimensions? Rocker...

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Any info on these? Dimensions? Rocker profile shots?

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if they haven't changed from the 2009/2010 model look at the bottom of this page and click on the 2009 one. it has pictures of the rocker.