I think I need the 196cm!!!!

Discussion in 'Ski Essentials: Special Sale Forum' started by Brian Finch, Aug 29, 2017.

  1. Brian Finch

    Brian Finch PT, CSCS, Cert- DN, FRCms, M|WOD Coach Industry Insider

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    Hey Brian!

    Yeah you do! I (Jeff) kinda want a 196 cm Three too just because it's such a massive ski. I know we only have one or two pairs left, so I'd pick one up soon if you really want it.
     
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    Soooo temping- they must be slate-tacular???
     
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    Waitaminute ... are they no longer making the One, Two, OR Three?
     
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    Bought my son Two's last year from Ski Essentials and he loves them. We have seen quite a few out here in CO.
     
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    One of the few sticks out there with a stated radius of over 50 meters.

    How could you say no?!
     
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    Right! I mean heck everyone needs a 50m ski!
     
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    Oh, yeah. I had a pair of Twos, too. I still don't think they sell a lot compared to other skis in their stable.
     
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    Of course, how else could you run a powder DH? :roflmao::roflmao:
     
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    The One is now the Bash. Aside from the new name and new graphics, it's not any different. No more Two or Three this season.
     
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    Turning who needs turning! Just smear the ski!
     
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    When you've got 135mm underfoot and full rocker I don't understand the point of anything but reverse sidecut (i.e. infinite meters!). Its a dedicated deep powder tool -- why compromise?
     
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    I thought the One is now the Bash 116, the Three is now the Bash 135 and no Two anymore?
     
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    My mistake, you're correct. The Bash 135 isn't in the US catalog or on the US site, it often slips my mind that it's still available. I'm sure we'll get our hands on some as soon as we can, if they become available to us.
     
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    So they now have a mid-110, a mysterious non-US mid-130s, and no mid-120s?

    Truly ski manufacturing and marketing is a mysterious discipline.
     
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    I didn't realize the Bash 135 wasn't in the US catalog. I wonder the logic for eliminating the Two, guess Volkl believes mid 110 is all that is needed in the US?
     

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