Sold 2017 Stockli SR95, 184 w/Aattacks, $650

Discussion in 'Phil's Garage Sale and Ski Swap' started by Ron, Sep 29, 2018.

  1. Ron

    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    Absolutely love these skis but I'm selling them (and will probably regret it). Ski's are in excellent condition. Mounted with Attack demos so no need to redrill. I prefer them skied 2 clicks forward of the mark. YMMV. Bases have a few scratches none that require any work but I can have them ground if you like. I will also have them tuned.

    Shipping cost will be actual cost.

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  2. hntjr

    hntjr At the base lodge Skier

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    Hi Ron, Would you be interested in a trade Kastle MX83 173 with Kastle CTi for your Stockli Stormrider 95. I'm in New Hampshsire. This would be an even swap. My skis are Mint.
     

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    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    I appreciate that offer but I will pass.
     
  4. jmeb

    jmeb Stereotypical Front Range Weekend Warrior Skier

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    To anyone considering it...know that they will be neigh perfect to ski out of the box. The tune job Ron's skis come with is on point.
     
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    trailtrimmer Stuck in the Flatlands Skier

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    Sweet sticks! Most confidence inspiring wide ski I've ever been on.
     
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    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    Snow will be falling this weekend...... :)
     
  7. Jwrags

    Jwrags Aka pwdrhnd Skier

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    Very tempting. If it was the 88 I would definitely pull the trigger. Buying from @Ron is always a good buy. Might have trouble slipping these past my wife after buying a new bike last spring.
     
  8. Scrundy

    Scrundy Putting on skis Skier

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    Got both , would much rather ski the 95. I find most times I can get away with the 95 over the 88. Unless hard, but I also have narrow ski for that.
     
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    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    you want this seasons' 88, but I could hold these here and you could come out to the boat again and tell your wife you found them :huh:
     
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    KingGrump Most Interesting Man In The World Team Gathermeister

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    Does that meant they are in good enough shape to serve as early season rock skis? :D
     
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    Dwight Practitioner of skiing, solid and liquid Admin Moderator

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    So are these skis to advance for a mid intermediate? Friend is looking from 90 something that he can feel more comfortable in bumps.
     
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    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    mid-intermediate? I wouldn't necessarily put that level on these for bumps. What's their weight/height?
     
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    Dwight Practitioner of skiing, solid and liquid Admin Moderator

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    6'3" and 180ish. Midwest bumps aren't very big. :)
     
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    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    yeah, I would think these would be fine. Let me know. He could certainly grow into them skill-wise
     
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    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    Powder day bump. you know you want these :).
     
  16. Guy in Shorts

    Guy in Shorts Tree Psycho Skier

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    They would be my narrowest daily driver competing against the M5 Mantra and Renoun Endurance 98 for playing time. Tempting.
     
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  17. theburdsalls

    theburdsalls GemmaBterrier Skier

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    These are right around my budget. In your opinion could these be used as a viable choice for eastern skiing if they are my only set?
     
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    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    IMHO, they are great but since you ski a lot of hardback, I personally would want something narrower.
     
  19. cantunamunch

    cantunamunch Meh Skier

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    Eastern skiing where?


    Maybe I need them...:rolleyes::doh:
     
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    Ron Don't judge a ski by its width underfoot! Pugski Ski Tester

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    well, someone does. :).
     

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