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JAG85 wrote an answer about on February 26, 2009

The 186 EHPs are a bit stiffer and more damp. Not as playful but still excel in tight turns. Definitely a bit more stable in nasty conditions. They don't seem to carve as well on the groomers, but still managable. Other than that they are pretty similar------------------------------------------------------------------------------To answer my own question, I had the chance to take them both out... they ride just as described above. EHP is stiffer, S7 more playful. Neither is designed as a hardpack ski obviously. Thanks guys-Jon

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JAG85 wrote a review of on December 16, 2008

5 5

Let 'er rip... sums it up pretty well. These things point downhill, and don't like to turn. If you aren't on the hill consistently over the season, your legs will be on fire trying to keep these things from going ballistic. They 'can' do bumps, but you'd have to be a glutton for punishment. Best used for ripping wide open, steep powder. It's super stable at high speed. Speed limit will be determined by your ability, not the ski. Legs of steel...

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JAG85

JAG85 wrote a review of on November 7, 2008

5 5

Great glasses, I've had a pair for the last 2/3 years. Buddy full out stepped on them and they survived pretty well. I had the repair the frames though... I use them for flying, and the lenses keep the sunlight at altitude to a reasonable level. The frames wrap around your head and stay tight enough for sports.

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