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Anonymouswrote a review of on April 8, 2008

5 5

Bought the Steeze a couple weeks ago. I was skiing on the Salomon (Noodle!) Gun, so I wanted anouther fat twin. I Haven't regreated it yet. I've skied everything on it.(Pow, Hardpack, Sugar, Ice) it SHREDS and distroys any condition. It stomps so hard that it barely feels like you've landed. Super stable. (140 lbs. 174cm) Good on the steeps. Sweet graphics and really damp. It doesn't even feel like a twin tip because it doesn't wash out like most. Highly Recommended. You won't regreat it.

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Anonymouswrote a review of on February 25, 2008

5 5

Demoed these skis for a day and absolutely loved them! I'm 140lbs and very aggressive and they were very stable. I skied boiler plate snow, and they held an edge very nicely. Unlike most twin tips the tail is stiff, so it held turns and didn't wash out. They were damp, so you couldn't really feel the impact of you landing. They also stomped everything. They also ripped on groomers, the park and especially in soft snow. Also didn't even flutter when you hit a chunk of avalanche debris.

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Anonymouswrote a review of on January 2, 2008

5 5

This was my first fat ski. It holds up great in crud and pretty much any condition. I was suprised on how well it held an edge on hardpark considering its width. It may not be the stiffiest ski but it is great for straitlining and doesn't wash out. Salomon did a great job on the base. I've run over some big rocks and there isn't a scratch on my ski. Great for stomping cliffs. Recomended.

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