What's your quiver?

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  1. Gerry Rhoades

    Gerry Rhoades mtcyclist rippin' again Industry Insider

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    Because any good ski forum needs a thread about quivers.
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    Left to right: Atomic ST11, ON3P Billy Goats, Head Strong Instinct Ti, Nordica Fire Arrow 84EDT, Nordica Steadfast, Nordica Soul Rider
     
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    Tricia The Velvet Hammer Admin Pugski Ski Tester

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    I love a good quiver thread!
    Have to get a picture of mine.....soon!
     
  3. Bill Talbot

    Bill Talbot Vintage Gear Curator Industry Insider

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    Narrow end 11 2015.JPG Fat end 11 2015.JPG OK, I'll just go with modern quiver for now...
    Won't all fit in one picture so one starts from the narrow end and the other goes from the FAT side
     
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    My quiver is out in the garage crying because its so small.
     
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    Drahtguy Kevin Après aficionado Pugski Ski Tester

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    Will post a pic when I get home from...skiing.
     


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    FairToMiddlin Getting on the lift Pugski Ski Tester

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    Quiver for the season:

    Well, I tried to paste a pic from my iPhone, but failed. C'est dommage...
     
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    Drahtguy Kevin Après aficionado Pugski Ski Tester

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    Well, hell. Says my photo is too big.
     
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    I think 1 meg is the limit.
     
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    Drahtguy Kevin Après aficionado Pugski Ski Tester

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    Whoever bumped up the picture size, thanks. Here's the current quiver.

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    Volkl Racetiger WC SL, Kastle MX83, Old Bones, New Bones, Nordica Patron, K2 Coomback (backcountry set up).
     
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    FairToMiddlin Getting on the lift Pugski Ski Tester

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    IMG_5056.jpg Evidently, I (no longer) suck at picture pasting. Upload file worked, but it will hopefully become easier to find...

    Blizz SLs, Head Rally 177, Qlab 183, that's my car quiver this year. If that don't cover it, I should probably take up pickleball...
     
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    Did you try using the "Upload a File" button in the lower right part of the box where you type? Bill pointed that out to me and I had not even seen it.
     
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    FairToMiddlin Getting on the lift Pugski Ski Tester

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    Also in that pic is my pole quiver: green hand-me-downs from segbrown, and pimp Grass Sticks from this spring's early production run... :)
     
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    Are those Grass Sticks or Soul Poles?
     
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    The Grass Sticks look much slicker than Soul Poles.
     
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    FairToMiddlin Getting on the lift Pugski Ski Tester

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    I am hoping to run into the GS folks at SIA, or while visiting Ron at the Boat, and sweet talk my way into the swappable basket mod, the big ol' baskets I have are pretty ungainly for other-than-pow.
     
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    SBrown Steve Admin Pugski Ski Tester

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    I see ullr.
     
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    SkiNurse Spontaneous Christy Pugski Ski Tester

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    No sweet talk necessary. I just smiled, batted my eyelashes & dropped @Ron & @dean_spirito names.
     
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    I think batting your eyelashes might qualify as sweet talk.;)
     
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    SkiNurse Spontaneous Christy Pugski Ski Tester

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    For most females, yes. For me, I look like I am having a seizure. :p
     
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