From time to time we sell used demo skis, previously mounted new skis (from cancelled orders, e.g.), and new sample skis that we obtained as part of our worldwide search for quality lightweight ski gear. We offer great deals, typically selling at or below our cost. We got to see them, you get to ski them. Win, win!
Blizzard ZeroG 85 W 171cm - Excellent, like new condition. Sold with ATK Raider 12 2.0 bindings and Blizzard precut skins.
Blizzard ZeroG 95 178cm - Good condition with minor scratching on the top sheet. Sold with Plum Guide rental bindings.
Fischer Hannibal 96 162cm - Brand new, one ski has 3 holes of a Radical 2.0 heel piece, other ski is clean and undrilled.
Fischer TransAlp 80 163cm - Super fun ski, great carver. Never skied, but stone ground once to clean up some scuffing from transport.
Movement Alp Tracks 84 W 169cm - New in plastic cosmetic blems (seconds) of the super fun 84s with the pink topsheet (otherwise same as green ones).
Movement Go 100 W 170cm - Great freeride backcountry ski at a reasonable weight (~1800g). Mounted once with Dynafit rental bindings (not included) for a size 25. Only skied a few times, includes Movement precut skins.
Movement Session 98 178cm - Like new condition. Sold with Radical ST 2.0 rental bindings.
* Note all mounted demo skis are set up with a size 27 boot unless otherwise noted. Please inquire about fitting a particular boot, we can test it for you.
Hello, I’m interested in the Blizzard Zero G 85 W 171 setup but I’m curious about how the bindings are drilled. I have a 301 BSL and figured with the 30 mm adjustment in the Raiders I’d be able to fit my boot, but would it be close to the recommended line?
Ben, I checked, it would be about 1cm short. Looks like a size 26 boot or smaller. They can be remounted, they have only been drilled once.
I have been trying to decide on a ski for ski mountaineering, corn and low snow conditions skiing. I'm pretty settled on a ski with an underfoot width of 95 - 105 and have been looking at the set of Blizzard 95 G's in your demo sale. I have a set of helio 10's as a binding and was curious on your thoughts for this set up.
Will the pre-drilled holes, if filled, be ok for a remount? Is it too much ski for the binding? I'm trying to play a little hurry up offense on this new set up with a looming yurt trip and corn season in Idaho.
Hey there. I am interested in the Salomon minim's- in the description you say they were already mounted with some bindings and boots that are all on my short list to buy. Was wondering if you had the matching bindings still on the skis, also on some kind of demo deal? And the boots?
Hey Nat. The bad news is that the 150 is not adjustable at all, so it won't accommodate any boots that are a different bsl than what it was mounted for. The good news is that the hole pattern is so narrow and so short that almost any binding will overshoot the existing holes by a good margin. The ski itself is really fun! We have been very pleased with it. It's pretty stinking light and has a ton of energy. It's a solid performer that won't punish you if you want to noodle along, but will definitely reward you if you want to open up the throttle and get after it in any condition.
Hey Balu, there's nothing saying you can't, but the brakes would be a touch on the wide side and you may clip them together while skinning. You also risk catching the brakes against the snow during a turn. Also, brake arms will sometimes catch on your pant legs if you get really unlucky. So, to simplify, you can definitely mount them up, but you may run into some issues.
Hi Brian, it's only been used a few times. Unfortunately it has older colors now so has to go! Here is a photo of the Superlite Rental binding. The heel rides on an adjustment track similar to a Speed Radical.
Hey James, if skins are included then it's likely listed in the description. We'll usually sell them together if we have the matching set. Everything is run on a case-by-case basis and if you're interested in buying a demo ski send me an email and I'll see if we can hook you up!