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Help me pick which of these skis i buy for jibbing at home.
So I've been looking for a pair of used twin-tips I could buy for jibbing, here at home when the snow comes and I've gotten some different offers. I'm 6'2", but it seems like only short park skis are being offered, but since it's just for home I'll take what i can get, also short might be good for jibbing.
Movement Joystick don't know year, 176cm +Rossignol Binding. Used
~60€ with shipping
Völkl Expression 04/05, 176cm +Some pretty beat bindings. New, never used.
60€ with shipping, 100€ for skis/mounting/waxing (might be able to get that lower)
Rossignol Storm 12/13, 180cm, no bindings I think.
Heavily used 2x "edge breaks" and some fucked up sections on the base, repaired with epoxy.
Salomon Supect 09/10, 181cm, no binding. Used.
Ace of Spades 11/12, 177cm, no binding. Used.
I don't really feel like getting any of the skis without bindings because my original budget was 50€ and I can't really find any bindings below 100€ shipped, but I included them if you had any ideas.
Thanks for looking/helping :)
i would go for the Salomon Suspect if i were you
But what about bindings? Might be able to buy the used ones which would be going on the expressions for like 30€ shipped, which is still above my budget and probably some shitty bindings.
Any other good ideas for where I can get dirt cheap bindings?
I was thinking the Joysticks might be my best shot, only problem with them is that they probably need wax and maintenance, but I guess I can find some cheap way of getting around that.
Go as cheep as possible, your going to thrash the shit out of what ever you buy.
Yeah,that was why the jocksticks seemed like the best solution :)
Where are you managing to get those skis so cheap?
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Just posted on a European ski-forum and got some offers from people.
In other words, is there any reason NOT to just ge the joysticks? BIndings are even my boot-size
I would say joysticks. Decent ski and they have bindings. it doesn't make much difference so go with the best deal
get the joysticks, super cheap and bindings included.
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