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Quiver of 3

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Dear All,

I'm moving to interior BC with the family. Everywhere gets droughts and if you live in a resort a quiver of three seems reasonable.

I've got two: Nordica Enforcer 100 and Bent Chetler 120. What should the 3rd set be? What's missing for when the snow isn’t flying?

Thanks for your advice.
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Kaestle MX 84 or similar for a piste day?
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Funnily enough, I have a quiver of 4 which include the older Nordica Enforcer 98s and a pair of Bent Chetlers at 120mm. My other two skis are Elan GS and Nordica Doberman SL skis, both ex race skis. I hardly use the GSs since I got the SLs though, slalom skis are such fun on the piste and really get you developing your technique. They need a decent amount of precision to ski them well and won't let you get away with much.
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Dynastar speedzone 12 or Rossignol Hero MT. They have a turn raidius around 15m I think, so something between a SL and GS ski but a lot of fun on the piste.
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@motdoc, first of all , congrats on the move you lucky man ,

Kastle FX or MX 84 would be great
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I agree with BobinCH

The Kastle MX 84 is a fantastic ski. I first tested it in January 2018 with other testers during Proskilab preselection tests. I loved it. We included it in the 2019 tests and the ski was awarded "Best ski" medal by pro skiers.

https://www.proskilab.co.uk/h/men-s-cruisers/ski-reviews-2019-kastle-mx84/600

A very good ski in my opinion.
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Enforcer is an excellent piste ski - what you're missing is a touring ski Wink

Down CD114L with Shift binding is fast becoming the only set up I need...
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