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The Nordica Jah Love Alpine Ski lets you feel the irie flowing through your veins when you shoot out into a deep powder field. With the Jah Love’s early rise tip, 140mm-waist, and solid wood core you’ll leave all your worries behind when you effortlessly surf the endless wave of powder.

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So cant find BSL mount line. Anybody got...

So cant find BSL mount line. Anybody got dimension from tail in cm to mfr rec line?
These things are fat

2009 Jah Love's at the top of Snowbird

2009 Jah Love's at the top of Snowbird

2009 Jah Love's at the top of Snowbird

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So, I just grabbed a pair of the 2009 Jah Love's. I was a bit skeptical about the dimensions: 167 / 140 / 157 mm + Ti plates. These are HUGE sticks and I was nervous that they would be "to much". Not so! I have 2 big powder days (9"to20"+ in Utah) on them so far and I really enjoy them. I run these with the Bomber Industries Bishop Telemark binging & the Crispi XR Dynamic Telemark Boot.(found here Most of my telemark bindings have failed me by the end of each season. However, the heavy binding and boot creates a bomber set up is ideal for driving this ski or any other really big and stiff ski. Especially if you are more of the 50+ days resort telemarker vs. light&fast backcountry dude. Again, this is not a "everyday" telemark ski, don't buy it if you don't ski 8"+ of powder. Also, not recomended for light touring because they are a tad on the heavy side. If you are into a really stiff & really really wide big mountain powder skis - the Jah Love would be ideal.

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Bought these and mounted them up for Big Sky's opening last week. I put a pair of older Salomon bindings on them and paid 50 bucks for Salomons 140 mm brake. The shop guy mounted them traditionally which I wasn't really pleased with at first, however after riding them I think traditional may be the way to go. I skied everything from fresh groomers to maybe 2.5 feet of fresh snow and the skis never disappointed. These skis literally ride on the top 5 inches or so of snow, and allow you to cruise instead of sink. They are also very poppy making the park also pretty fun with the Jahs. My one complaint is the weight, after the powders tracked out later in the day the weight of these things is exhausting. Overall great resort ski for those one foot plus days.