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post #11 of 138 (permalink) Old 09-06-2012, 06:07 PM
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Ahh. The google search said +all that stuff but didn't Say the +$300 until you want to put it in the cart.
Damn Internet trickery! Lol.


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Dogfunk and those guys have the NS SL on for $699 with free shipping. Thats a smoking deal.
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How do you guys find the traction of the ns while skinning on firm snow? Due to the fact that your touring binding position is bang in the middle of the rocker section with no weight outside it to push the tip and tail into the snow I thought it might get a bit sketchy without crampons.
The reason I ask is I have a 164 sl I really dont ride anymore, I was thinking about splitting it but dont want to if its not going to grip too well.
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How do you guys find the traction of the ns while skinning on firm snow? Due to the fact that your touring binding position is bang in the middle of the rocker section with no weight outside it to push the tip and tail into the snow I thought it might get a bit sketchy without crampons.
The reason I ask is I have a 164 sl I really dont ride anymore, I was thinking about splitting it but dont want to if its not going to grip too well.
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cough cough...its a hell of alot more than just another +300 for binders, you also got poles, beacon, heel risers, probe, shovel, spare parts, skins, tail clips, then other additional things like snow study kit, saw, avy course, lung, airbag, crampons, hydration, and pack.

They only reason I'm getting a go at it is because of working my ass off this summer and 2 of 3 of my kids are on their own....btw anyone want to trade a 3rd born kid/newskooler for an airbag?


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cough cough...its a hell of alot more than just another +300 for binders, you also got poles, beacon, heel risers, probe, shovel, spare parts, skins, tail clips, then other additional things like snow study kit, saw, avy course, lung, airbag, crampons, hydration, and pack.

They only reason I'm getting a go at it is because of working my ass off this summer and 2 of 3 of my kids are on their own....btw anyone want to trade a 3rd born kid/newskooler for an airbag?
I already have pretty much all of that, I just need the the board and kit.
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Uh oh. This might be the ticket right here. 163 Icelantic Gemini with full kit and skins for $799.99.

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Pretty sure I'll be doing an Icelantic when I pull the trigger on this if they are still doing it... its just an SL? Icelantic kills it on the gfx.

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