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Reviewed by skiutah from utah on Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Have not had a chance to ski since it was bought in summer. It lists as 169, but closer to 173 - longer than other skis that are 170. Hand flexing seems to have good stiffness for a woman's ski but with some give of the tail, which is good for a versatile ski. Seems like it will be good, but the length is the confusing thing about this ski. I would have expected some difference, but 4 cm longer is a lot of difference.
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