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zink 01-04-2008 1:33 PM

my fatehr-in-law is 52 and has been skiing on a 68 inch taperflex 35 years it was a high end ski at the time.hes 5ft9 150pounds.we want to get him a new one.he skis at 30 to 32mph but doesnt run a slalom course.he's fairly advanced i think.What would be a good ski for him(he seems to think his ski is comparable to those close to a thousand dollars,I DONT. NOR can I afford that. HELP please....

peachman 01-04-2008 1:52 PM

<a href="http://www.wileyski.com" target="_blank">www.wileyski.com</a> or (206) 762-1300 ask for Darren, tell him what you put in your post and he will get you dialed easy for 4-500.00 bucks. He knows his stuff and they offer great service. <BR> <BR>Guaranteed a 35 year old ski is way behind todays technology. I once road a Connelly Comp II that I loved, stepped on a redline classic and thought I had died and gone to heaven, I now ride a CR7, it's a rocket for me and I know there is stuff out there that out performs the CR7 hands down. <BR> <BR>Good Luck, <BR>JT

buguru 01-04-2008 2:34 PM

WOW peach look at you go... Posting like a mad man. Looks like I am going to have to start calling you Bill. LOL

peachman 01-04-2008 2:38 PM

Watch it!!!!!!!! <BR> <BR>Man I put a plug in for the Yacht Club and you and get no respect!!! <BR> <BR>Happy New Year DOG! <BR>JT

buguru 01-04-2008 3:37 PM

I saw that.. Thanks! Boat show is just around the corner.. YA!!

zink 01-09-2008 5:26 PM

what about a siege or a concept... any advice

rodltg2 01-29-2008 9:43 AM

yes ryan those are both good open water skiis. howver dont get him a 68" go with a 66"

vguy75 02-03-2008 5:54 PM

Just wondering what ski you guys would recommend for myself... <BR>I'm 6'3", 240lbs (hoping to get back down to 215-220lb for the end of summer), ski open water on a choppy lake and am planning to try running a course this summer. Right now I ski on a 1977 70" wood "Sea Glider" ski. <BR> <BR>I've been thinking something like the HO Magnum 70"-72" would be a good fit. <BR> <BR>Your thoughts? <BR> <BR>Thanks!

boarditup 02-14-2008 12:16 PM

Radar P6 would be my choice. If you want to ski at 34 mph and the course, the Radar Senate AC. If free skiing at 32 or less, the P6 is a great ride.

roverjohn 07-31-2008 12:53 PM

I've got a 71" Triumph and a 69" Comp Freeride, both with double Venoms. I have to say that for free riding I definitely prefer the Freeride(shocking!). Both skis are really fun and a lot easier to ride than a pure slalom course ski without either feeling like you're bouncing across the surface on one of the new style surfboard skis like the Rival. You can still hook 'em pretty well and have enough energy left to get a couple more sets in.

roverjohn 07-31-2008 12:58 PM

I guess I should have mentioned that I'm 6'3" at 224lb.


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