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matt wrote an answer about on November 19, 2009

I skied them both and felt like the girish skied better. it hauls ass and lays down big 'ol turns. to me the gotama felt a lot less lively and a little bit more sluggish.

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matt wrote a review of on May 10, 2009

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I have skied the salomon 1080s for a number of years, i tried the gun and was really disappointed. of course being a lot fatter they are going to be slower on piste, but i found them horrible on hardpack. they would not set an edge. but off-piste they are great

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matt wrote a review of on March 11, 2009

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My friend got a pair and i kept telling him they were too fat, they wouldn't be able to ski anything but pow. I skied them on the groomers, and i took back everything a said. They take a little work to get them turning but they can carve some sweet turns. And of course they are beautiful in the pow

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matt wrote an answer about on March 10, 2009

not good for an every day ski....really a powder only ski......go for something with a 90 or 100mm waist at the widest for an everyday ski...volkl mantra, line prophet 90 or 100,salomon lord would be good examples ---------------------------If you are looking at a really fat everyday ski check out the k2 Hellbent.

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matt wrote an answer about on March 10, 2009

I haven't tried the zero's with tele, but i don't know how well it would ski. They are nice skis, good in the park, but a little slow on the hardpack. The nordica Enforcer is only a little bit skinnier, 94mm to the zero's 104, but is awesome in all kinds of snow. For a tele setup I would recomend the enforcer over the zero.

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