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Storm Inferno Piste Precision 169cm - Free to a good home - NOW GONE

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Having a bit of a sort out in my shop and found this pair of Storm Inferno Piste Precision skis under a layer of cobwebs.

IIRC a customer (can't remember who) asked me to swap the tele bindings that were on them to another ski and didn't want them back. They've also had a previous rail mount as well that has been plugged (which looks like my work as well but I can't remember doing it) but there's plenty of room to fit another mount depending upon the bindings used.

Spec is: 169cm, 110-68-97, 16.8m radius, cap construction, 11mm conventional camber with flat tail so none of that poncy camber now found on the majority of piste skis. Bases are immaculate having never had any repairs. Might have had one base grind but it's hard to tell. Edges look hardly worn but have a bit of surface rust that'll easily clean up/ski off. Basically they've been owned a lot but only skied a little.

The Inferno Piste Precision is a great piste ski (not as full-on as its big brother the Inferno Lab) so would be ideal for beginner through to advanced intermediate level.

Skis are free of charge if collected or posted within the UK for £20 (exc Highlands, Islands & remote areas). I can supply &/or mount bindings if needed. PM me if interested. Here's a pic:

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Nice skis for someone, if they are half as much fun as the full on Infernos they are in for a treat!
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Ooooh, I was just going to put in a request. My Infernos suffered a nail related accident in Avoriaz and I've missed them. Lovely skis Happy
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What is the history of storm skies, are they still in business?
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WASHOUT wrote:
What is the history of storm skies, are they still in business?

They wound the business up late 2014 but IIRC correctly they didn't make any skis for the 13/14 season but just sold off existing stock with the last few being sold off on ebay etc. They launched just before the 2008 recession hit (which didn't help) with a very wide range of models made by the Sporten factory in the Czech Republic. The models designed by Andy David were excellent but a number of the models were rebadged Sporten skis that were average at best. I think that trying to do such a wide range of models in a very competitive market during tough times probably scuppered them - compared to, for example, Whitedot who launched the year before but had a lot narrower/specialist product range.
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@spyderjon, May I have them? Will pm you address and payment details. They'll be a tele ski again....
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@ski, Sorry but they went straight away (as stated in the thread title).
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