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FS: Adult Piste Skis, Tour / Freeride Ski

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Thought I'd offer these to you good people before they hit fleabay, and then probably the tip if they don't go.

None are suitable for absolute beginners (too stiff) but anyone with a couple of weeks will be able to ski the K2, the Nordica are harder work...
All were used with 29.5 Mondo boots, so are set for a longish BSL, they are all adjustable to some degree, please ask if you want me to check your size.
All have seen a good bit of use but were generally serviced once a season. Prices are guidelines, I'm open to offers.

K2 Apache Cross Fire (174): Old, heavy, piste ski (68 underfoot). Too heavy to lug to and from a resort, but if you have a place out there they might do as a guest ski, or for icy or cruddy days when the weight and width is advantageous.
£ to SnowHeads / foc to subscribers.

K2 Something (Impact?) (174): Somewhat newer, somewhat lighter, piste ski (80 underfoot). These are just about light enough to be considered portable if you're flying, and a bit more mixed ability than the Cross Fires.

Nordica NRG 100 (185): Fitted with (large) Marker F10 Tour bindings. These are long radius and fairly stiff, fun in the right conditions though. These have done about 20 weeks (over 3 seasons).

Pair of the cheapest poles I could find when I forgot mine one time. Atomic (130). Inc with any pair of skis.

These are all in west Essex, near the M25. I will post at cost if you force me to, but I'd rather avoid if at all possible.
I'll be driving out to the Grand Massif for January, so I could drop them out there Smile

Pictures are here, the other stuff there is listed in a separate post.
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