11/12 186cm Billygoats with AK Fishstick topsheets for sale. I love these sticks but am forced to sell because shorter, narrower skis are kinder to my left knee which has suffered some trauma in the past. I will miss these sticks but will be replacing them with a 181cm ON3P of some sort. I had these built with slightly lighter cores to reduce the weight and soften the flex a tad for pow and sidecountry touring. They still hand flex stiffer than Bentchetlers and most skis their size and are by no means a "soft" and noodly ski.
I recently skied these for 5 days on a cat/heli trip in BC and they freaking rip in all conditions. They have seen another 4-5 days of powder skiing at Crystal Mountain. I've never had a ski that could "carve" powder and stomp drops like these. See photos below for proof (thanks to a good photographer who somehow captured fleeting moments of my often not so awesome technique, hah!).
These were drilled once for Look PX12/14/15 Racing (wormdrive heel) for 297mm BSL mounted on the recommended line, then I moved the toepieces back 11mm to better match my aggressive, forward-pressure style. You could fit up to a 308mm boot (at 5mm behind recommended mark) using the same bindings and the front toepiece holes, or mount other bindings because there is PLENTY of real estate on these skis. You can get [URL="http://www.evo.com/outlet/alpine-ski-bindings/dynastar-px14-115mm-brakes.aspx"]PX14 120mm brake bindings for $109 (less with coupon) at EVOGear[/URL]
[B]ASKING $460 SHIPPED in lower 48 or $440 local pickup (Just north of Seattle)[/B]
140/116/125mm, 24.7m radius, 127cm effective edge, =2250g per ski (vs 2365g for typical)
ONE small coreshot professionally repaired (ie. by shop, see photo) and a very slight PTEX on one tail. Edges are in great shape and there is MINIMAL topsheet damage.
Minor coreshot, repaired with metalbond and ptex. No sidewall or edge damage.
Gratuitious shots of Fishstick pow slayage: