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ESTtoMST wrote a question about on November 5, 2012

Any thoughts on the mounting point? Just bought a pair of 192s and wondering if I can go forward of recommended at all. Seems like it gives you a ton of tip on that line.

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ESTtoMST wrote a question about on November 24, 2009

Going to be using this ski as a mostly inbounds/sidecountry ski aimed at skiing pow and dropping some decent size airs. What kind of beta do you all have on mounting position? I've heard +3 might ski short, but thinking I might want that extra tail when dropping cliffs. Also, does the new graphic run into the discrepencies on where the mounting points fall like last year's model did?

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ESTtoMST wrote a question about on November 2, 2009

At 6'1'' and 185 lbs. is the 188 going to be too short? Skiing Line Sir Francis Bacons right now (182) and they feel about right, if not a touch short. Everybody says the S7s ski short, I'm just wondering how short.

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ESTtoMST wrote an answer about on March 12, 2009

What are you using them for? Chopsticks are as more dedicated powder jib stick while the elizabeths hadle power well but also feel at home on the front side due to their slightly smaller dimensionsActually thanks I just answered myself.. Thanks.I'm an east coaster that travels out west twice a year.. I want a backcountry ski with nice pop.. I like natural hits and deep stuff but want something more playful.. Is the chopstick a reverse camber? --- "The Chopstick’s reverse camber is less pronounced then other skis, allowing more of the ski’s edge to be in contact with the snow and giving you more control whether you're sessioning the park or riding a groomer back to the lift."

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ESTtoMST wrote an answer about on March 11, 2009

Seeing as the rockered tip will make these ski a little bit shorter, the 174 would be a good fit for you and will handle the bc powder well.

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ESTtoMST wrote an answer about on March 11, 2009

If youre looking for a strictly powder ski it may be worth it to wait for a 190. You are currently on 184s and the 182 Czars are going to ski even shorter dues to the slight tip rocker.

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