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On 11/29/2018 at 2:03 PM, StraightSkis said:

sigh... I should do the same, but I am mildly interested (trying to resist the urge).

Are you selling them with bindings? Are the edges ok? I don't care about base scratches/gouges. 

Yes, all have bindings. The NRGY 100 and Monster 88 both have demo bindings on them. Those two are in the best shape. Bases and edges are in good condition on both. The Liberty Sequences have seen more action in the trees as that is what they were bought for. Monster 88s  have been used almost  exclusively on groomers. And NRGY 100s have been my spring and Alps skis.

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6 hours ago, Weatherman said:

Yes, all have bindings. The NRGY 100 and Monster 88 both have demo bindings on them. Those two are in the best shape. Bases and edges are in good condition on both. The Liberty Sequences have seen more action in the trees as that is what they were bought for. Monster 88s  have been used almost  exclusively on groomers. And NRGY 100s have been my spring and Alps skis.

I like the sound of the Liberty Sequence and will use them in the trees like you and also bumps at Wildcat. I am trying to be at the ACE meeting in a few weeks. Can I check them out then or are you unloading them before that?

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I also like the sound of the Liberty Sequence as a tree/bump ski. And even new, they're pretty affordable online.

I'm a bigger guy (215lbs) and I'm concerned they might be too soft.  My current alpine skis are Rossi Experience 100's, which are stiff and almost a GS ski. I can get through the trees fine on them, but it might be nice to have something more nimble and to keep the bases of my Exp100's in better shape. This could fit the bill, but they can't fold in half when I put my weight into them...

So how did you like them? And can I ask what you are keeping for tree & bump duty?

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5 hours ago, MassNerd said:

I also like the sound of the Liberty Sequence as a tree/bump ski. And even new, they're pretty affordable online.

I'm a bigger guy (215lbs) and I'm concerned they might be too soft.  My current alpine skis are Rossi Experience 100's, which are stiff and almost a GS ski. I can get through the trees fine on them, but it might be nice to have something more nimble and to keep the bases of my Exp100's in better shape. This could fit the bill, but they can't fold in half when I put my weight into them...

So how did you like them? And can I ask what you are keeping for tree & bump duty?

I really like them in the trees. They ski very neutral stance new-school and slashy. At 215 lbs you're about my size, maybe a bit smaller.

I own both the Enforcer 93 and Enforcer 100 to fill this same niche.

I will be at the ACE meeting next week.

I was thinking of asking $350 for the NRGY 100 and $275 for the Monster 88. These prices were reached by checking what they are selling for  on eBay and going just below that.

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On 12/4/2018 at 10:00 PM, Weatherman said:

I really like them in the trees. They ski very neutral stance new-school and slashy. At 215 lbs you're about my size, maybe a bit smaller.

I own both the Enforcer 93 and Enforcer 100 to fill this same niche.

I will be at the ACE meeting next week.

I was thinking of asking $350 for the NRGY 100 and $275 for the Monster 88. These prices were reached by checking what they are selling for  on eBay and going just below that.

Weatherman, there is a good chance I don't make the ACE meeting this week. If you were saving the Liberty Sequence skis for me to check them out, thank you and please don't any longer. MassNerd mentioned he was interested in them, too. 

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15 hours ago, StraightSkis said:

Weatherman, there is a good chance I don't make the ACE meeting this week. If you were saving the Liberty Sequence skis for me to check them out, thank you and please don't any longer. MassNerd mentioned he was interested in them, too. 

Noted. Thanks. I'm back from vacation so maybe I'll start advertising the skis more widely.

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I am also in need of reducing Quiver so:

1) Brand new Kastle FX 85 HP 173 cm with Demo Attack 13 binding  $600 

2) 2014 Kastle FX 94 with K12 Binding (tyrolia ) couple of base repairs  $200

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3 hours ago, Brad J said:

I am also in need of reducing Quiver so:

1) Brand new Kastle FX 85 HP 173 cm with Demo Attack 13 binding  $600 

2) 2014 Kastle FX 94 with K12 Binding (tyrolia ) couple of base repairs  $200

Sent you a pm.

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I'm selling my wife's Blizzard Viva 8.1's, length 158 cm. Integrated adjustable bindings. Not many days on them since she tends to prefer her wider skis. Their are frontside specialists, hardpack eating machines. I am asking $200 on CL. But let's call it $150 OBO to members here.

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