Old 26-03-09, 01:46 AM   #1
 
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Lightweight Twintips?

I've been skiing for about 3 yrs now on a pair of 2005 K2 Public Enemy's with Solomon 1080 Boots...

What's a good pair of twintips lighter than the Public Enemy's? preferably an all mountain ski... not too concerned about the park but definitely something I could throw some spins with.

Also, what's a comfortable boot with low arches? I have flat duck feet...



and 4 the record I use a pair of Look Ti 12 bindings, don't hav a problem with them tho, especially their anti-ankle break feature (has a little wheel so the boot can slip out sideways w enough pressure)

O yea, lemme kno if anyone wants these skis, Ima put 'em on ebay...
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Old 14-04-09, 03:26 AM   #2
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i just bought the 08 k2 silencers there the black ones with knives on them and in my opinion they are very light i also have the 09 Dynastar NX 12 Jib bindings which are way light, while i just started twin tips this year i think they are way light combo and are a nice all mountain ski, you can pick both up for about 330 total, im not sure which boot i would recommend for you with flat feet, but they are the total package for cheap all mountain plus if you want to play a bit in the park.
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Old 22-04-09, 04:02 PM   #3
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i just bought the 08 k2 silencers there the black ones with knives on them and in my opinion they are very light i also have the 09 Dynastar NX 12 Jib bindings which are way light, while i just started twin tips this year i think they are way light combo and are a nice all mountain ski, you can pick both up for about 330 total, im not sure which boot i would recommend for you with flat feet, but they are the total package for cheap all mountain plus if you want to play a bit in the park.
good choice, I also own them myself and they are pretty comfortable.
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