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hard to go wrong.

Get those stock POS skis as far away from your sled, as fast as you can.
 

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I'm not going to even try my M8000 Limited ES 153" orange with the stock skis. Want a fantastic experience right out of the box. Been told SLP or CNA ski's are a necessity. Either choice is fine.
 

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if you're looking at mountain riding, C&A skis are less than ideal.
 

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Going C&A this fall, cat ski's blow........ we have to much in between riding and you really need a decent ski these days..
 

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the SLP powder pros are amazing. i didnt think they could be that much better but once i changed its a world of difference. on trail they hug the corners, dont push and dont dart. in the deep the front end doesnt dive anymore, it turns better, its easier to get up on edge and once your on edge its easier to hold the edge. i have not tried the others but IMO i have zero reason to because the PP are that good!
 

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Going C&A this fall, cat ski's blow........ we have to much in between riding and you really need a decent ski these days..
The best thing about C&A skis... is their marketing. ;)

Seeing how many people run them, it proves how good they are at that.
 
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