Lilia

Booting up
Skier
Joined
Sep 30, 2019
Posts
44
Location
Toronto
Damn ... I wish Stockli came to Park City with a demo set-up like that ... looks like heaven on earth.
Have spent lots of hours online to research, and contacted people to find out about Stockli demos. All in vain.

It would have been fantastic if someone could inform about the coming Stockli demo days calendar in North America.
 

Philpug

Notorious P.U.G.
Admin
Pugski Ski Tester
Joined
Nov 1, 2015
Posts
23,337
Location
Reno, eNVy
Have spent lots of hours online to research, and contacted people to find out about Stockli demos. All in vain.

It would have been fantastic if someone could inform about the coming Stockli demo days calendar in North America.
Consumer demo days are fewer and farther between any more. My suggestion is to contact your local Stockli dealer and explain that you are very interested in demoing a specific model. Many times a rep will drop their samples/demos off at the shop for a consumer to try. Other avenue is a site like www.awayco.com who can help schedule demos anywhere for you.
 

givethepigeye

Really, just Rob will do
Skier
Joined
Nov 13, 2015
Posts
771
Location
The CLT (or a plane)
@Noodler thanks much. Any reviews out there ? Looking to replace some FX94's for the Mrs. the OG ones with the tail clips. Ill need to start saving now for Xmas, Fondue aint cheap.
 

givethepigeye

Really, just Rob will do
Skier
Joined
Nov 13, 2015
Posts
771
Location
The CLT (or a plane)
think the fx94's were 166's - these were the 2013 pre-rocker ones, double hollowtech. I was kind of thinking the 96 in 164. her daily in the Rossignol star 7 in 170. S7 esque tip and tail rocker - so skis short.
 

Philpug

Notorious P.U.G.
Admin
Pugski Ski Tester
Joined
Nov 1, 2015
Posts
23,337
Location
Reno, eNVy
The tip looks almost same as the current year model, until I see the honeycomb pattern in the middle. I think I like it.
It's a good looking ski.
 

LindseyB

Stöckli
Industry Insider
Manufacturer
Joined
Jan 14, 2019
Posts
129
Location
SLC
If anyone is in Sun Valley March 14-15 I’ll have my WRT-ST in 180cm available for the Pete Lane demo days as well as a slew of the new models.
Been getting good feedback on the Nela series. Shops I thought would only bring in 1 are bringing in all 3 after testing them.
The new SX is also getting some traction it hasn’t had before.
 

AmyPJ

No longer on the single track.
Pugski Ski Tester
Joined
Nov 12, 2015
Posts
4,414
Location
Ogden, UT
If anyone is in Sun Valley March 14-15 I’ll have my WRT-ST in 180cm available for the Pete Lane demo days as well as a slew of the new models.
Been getting good feedback on the Nela series. Shops I thought would only bring in 1 are bringing in all 3 after testing them.
The new SX is also getting some traction it hasn’t had before.
Oh, those Nelas were amazing! I so wanted to try the 96 but for ME, the snow conditions didn't warrant it. You won't by chance be at Beaver Mountain's demo in March, will you?

A Valentine's Day Stockli :cocktail:

View attachment 93693
I love this! Those MXs are also amazing.
 

Foss1997

Booting up
Skier
Joined
Nov 21, 2017
Posts
22
Don’t post here much, but I credit the forums for many successful ski purchases over the years. In that time, I have to admit, I have become a Stöckli junkie.

Thx to LindseyB with helping me over the years in my decision making. Spot on recommendations each time for what I wanted including just in the last month the current model WRT-ST 172. @ 6’4” /190 this is more than enough ski for my use. It is absolutely on rails. For reference I am in the Midwest and travel frequently. I bought these to make the most out of my local hill and they are a blast. Predictable, smooth, and plenty of pop if you load them. I could not recommend these more for a pure carving ski addition to your quiver. I haven’t had them up to speed yet, and I was concerned they wouldn’t be enjoyable at slower speeds but those worries have been put to rest. They can be just as engaging at speed as they are on a cat track. I could ride all day long on the front side and from what I can tell they are just as happy in GS turns as they are SL.

For reference I own the 175 AX and 184 SR 95. The spread is quite nice between the three. It’s a very predictable (and exciting) experience going from the WRT to the AX to the SR in their intended purposes/conditions.

If anyone is on the fence regarding a blind buy on a modern Stöckli, go for it, you won’t regret it.
 
Top