I just copy/pasted from mt TGR thread.
I have some 2008 Armada Jp vs Julians, in 178cm. These ones: http://www.evo.com/outlet/skis/armad...lien-2008.aspx
They have considerable topsheet chipping. One chip was a pretty big
dangler (I got them used) so I epoxy/clamped it and it looks just fine
now. There are a couple little base scratches, but pretty much spotless.
They had holes drilled for like a size 26-27 Rossignol PX series
binding, and now I have Mojo 18s on them for a 293 bsl. Both mounts
were/are at recommended. I don't really need to sell these, I just
prefer skis with lots of sidecut. So offer up, but don't expect a steal
on these. I will try and get pictures asap. I guess a ballpark would
be... 200 O.B.O.
I have some Rossignol Axial2 14 ti bindings. They are brand new. Lets
say 140 shipped O.B.O. I can include either a 100 or 90ish brake with
them, or both.
I also have some used 130mm brakes for a PX15 or PX18 binding. They
still function fine, but I just sent in my fatties for warranty, and I
don't plan on using my PX15s anymore. So for those, lets say 30 shipped
And I guess my PX15s are for sale too... But they are ROXY (re-branded
Rossignol PX15 bindings). They are in decent shape, but one of the toe
springs is softer, by .5 din or so, so make sure you get them checked.
For those, I would ask maybe 60 bucks shipped. And if you want the 130mm
brakes with them, maybe 75?
I also have 100mm and 90mm brakes for a PX12/14/(not 15 or 18) binding. They are brand new as well. Offer for those.
And I guess if your interested. I have these:
They came with the Axial bindings, but I will probably never use
either. If you want both, that will be 200 shipped, O.B.O. again, brand
And last but not least... I have a slightly used pair of 25.5 Garmont
Radiums. The liners have not been cooked, but the boots are a little
scuffed/scratched. I could just as easily get these punched and molded,
so go ahead and offer, but I will not let them go cheap.
If you want pictures of something, let me know.
"there are more important things in life than being able to tuck your jacket into your boots"