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Nick

Nick wrote a review of on February 12, 2010

4 5

This is a huge ski... I'm 6'-1", 180lbs and ride the 185cm. The ski really doesn't perform until you're pushing it, but then there is no speed limit. It will never get soft and holds up to anything. I put Marker Duke's on it and toured, although it is a heavy setup (even in the west!).

A great ski if you rip, but it would be too much for many people. The faster you go, the better it performs.

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Nick wrote a review of on February 12, 2010

My new daily tool!
5 5

The EPP is the most fun you can strap to your feet. Be it powder or hardpack (just watch out for chopped crud!) this ski is sick fun. I've always skied stiffer skis (Atomic Sugardaddy, Line Mothership, ect.) but when I went to this soft little tool, my eyes were opened to a new kind of skiing. No more do I worry about landing in deep snow... the tips are almost impossible to burry. The tails are so springgy that even my non-jibbery style can get off the ground. Not the best ski for crud or chopped snow, because it is so soft that you can fold the thing in half, but I ride them on ice all the time. The reduced running length on hardpack makes it seem like you're skiing 120cm skis... it's very interesting at first, but I'm in love with the feeling now.

I love my EPP and take it everywhere. Graphics are sick too... thanks Line and EP!

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