If I didn't have my AIARE 1 class this weekend, I would be very tempted to book a last minute trip out west. We have never been to Grand Targhee and desperately want to go. To get to ski there, and demo Black Crows at the same time? That would make me so very happy We don't go to restaurants, or use the lodge at the mountain, but we would brave the airport for that!I just saw that Black Crows will be doing a demo next Friday & Saturday(2/26&2/27) at Grand Targhee. I can't make it down there, but maybe some others can.
Come flying with the crows on February 26th and 27th. Demo a pair of skis and rip around with the Black Crows crew at Grand Targhee. With good times sure to be had all you have to do is show up to the parking lot a 9:00am and find the Black Crows van. Exchange your […]www.grandtarghee.com
I want to try the Justis as my new ‘charger’ ski. Looking for something that can bash through crud at 50+mph. Hoping its a slightly more playful version of the 102 mantra but still can go flat out.enforcer 88 and camox are not very alike.
The justis is sooo slept on.
Its 102Fr meets M102 ish I rather like it, of course get gold pivots.I want to try the Justis as my new ‘charger’ ski. Looking for something that can bash through crud at 50+mph. Hoping its a slightly more playful version of the 102 mantra but still can go flat out.
Captis is still there.Sounds a lot like there are family traits at work here.
I ski the Captis (now discontinued, I think), 90 underfoot, as my east coast, soft-snow ski. It is soft-flexing, easy to pivot, light. I would not want them as my only ski for "typical" east coast (hardpack) conditions, but when it snows and it's ungroomed, or in the trees, they are the ticket. They are a lot easier to deal with in those conditions than my usual MX78's.