Old 27-02-09, 05:38 PM   #1
 
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College student in need of ski gear recommendations

So I've been snowboarding for 3 years but recently decided to pick skiing back up. I went and rented some Salomon's at my local hill in Houghton, MI (U.P.) and completely dominated the hill, I had a riot and loved the skis. This summer I'm thinking I'll buy myself a ski package and was looking for recommendations. I'm looking for some freestyle skis, definitely twin tips, would like something flexible, and good for park/jumps. I love to ride all mountain so versatility is a plus. So any recommendations for skis, bindings, and boots (not worried about the poles) would be awesome. I realize the stuff doesn't come cheap but I'm in college so I'll obviousl have a tight budget. Any advice would be awesome, Thanks.
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Old 28-02-09, 02:21 AM   #2
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The Elan Code twin tip is a great michigen ski, pair it up with the marker 10.0 if money is tight...or the Griffon. Dalbello offers great boots like the rave, or the krypton. My shop offer great deals on these.
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Old 01-03-09, 01:24 PM   #3
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Ski equipment is costly for a student thought, i can offer some ski jacket at a good cost. Jacket can keep you warm and prevent snows. Happy ski trip in year 2009.
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