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Ray wrote an answer about on February 24, 2013

I'm 6'0, 165. After agonizing, I went with the 184. Skied them for the first time today in 6" of cut-up fresh at Beaver Creek. I had a total blast. The 190 might give a little more high speed stability, but for pivoting through trees and bumps (trying to find the stashes after the powder is gone), I thought the 184s were phenomenal. At no point did I feel like I needed more ski. Totally agree with the stable-yet-playful comments, btw.

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Ray wrote a review of on April 19, 2010

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The XXL skis like a freight train. It turns about like one, too. If you want to bash through anything and everything... chowder, mank, bumps, Jersey barriers... this ski is for you. Did I say bumps? Yes, you just super-g through them. Also fun on groomers, although you have to get them up to about 40mph before they are in their element. Sack up and get the original 194.

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Ray wrote an answer about on February 15, 2009

If you decide they are too advanced and want to sell them, please let me know. I love mine and would like to buy a pair for my adult daughter who is an advanced skier. Just has to be the right size and price.Joyce - If you're interested in a slightly used pair in 24.5, I just posted an eBay auction. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=260363054591

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