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These are superb skis, very good at straight running but quick to turn when asked to do so, a well deserved reputation for excellent performance on hardpack and ice due to the excellent edges.

However these are race skis and are heavy plus stiff, you need to be quite strong and a fairly good skier to get their performace though
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Sound good, that is almost how I would describe the Fischer Race SC. I will look forward to giving them a try when our Australian ski season next comes around.
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PeeJay, I have to say that mine were the Race Dept skis which apparently are slightly different to the version that is usually sold in the shops, they are slightly stiffer have a different riser plate under the bindings and I think the shop sold version may be a true cap ski wheras the race version is a visably laminated ski with verticle sides apparently preffered by ski team service personel
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D G Orf, Thanks for the info and for the friendly initiation into snowheads. It is now 1am down under and I will sign off to return another day.
I would love to hear opinions from anyone who has experienced Big White in Canada recently, as I am planning my first trip to that general region.
Look forward to other snowheads comments.
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I've just come back from Big White - report at http://snowheads.com/ski-forum/viewpost.php?p=98406

We've been going there and to the nearby Silver Star (report at http://snowheads.com/ski-forum/viewpost.php?p=98390) for the past 5 years, usually twice a year.
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RobW, Thanks for the info RobW. Its nice to hear some first hand reports, especially from someone who keeps going back. The Schumann family who own Big White are from Australia and used to own Mt Hotham, which is where I usually ski. The season pass sounds worth investigating.
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D G Orf, you don't want Heads. WTFH skis on them, after all! Twisted Evil

I guess if you get the race room ones, you'll be ok... wink snowHead Laughing
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