Hmm,, I know of one that broke, and I own the replacement ski for it, but hadn't heard of Bob recommending a plate. I think it would be different on a race ski, in the dark ages all of the Vogue race skis had a full plate. I am just curious how it will affect wake jumping with the ski. I have had some thoughts of plates to adapt different bindings to my 360's, but was thinking two pieces.I have the same set up on a race ski and did not notice a difference, although at my skill level probably would not if there was one.
Once upon a time I recall Maha recommended a plate because they had a couple skis break between the bindings.
Sounds fair, what size is the front boot.The wood 360 would cost over 1800 new. This is a essentially a brand new ski. Never been used, they don't even make an exotic wood ski like this anymore due to the expense.
I would be in the $1k range on either ski due to the fact that they are both in brand new shape with no use on the wood and one time on the longboard.
I got a glass one. The one on top is a recent find of mine. Super clean ski.Still have a 70" for sale?
Good luck with the vert airs. I have found one in the years I have been looking. They go for huge money. So have resulted to making them out of HO magnums.I meant to say riverbound. Lost my mind there for a second or two. I have to tell you, it is not easy finding these things. Well, you did tell me.
A lot of time on the computer and sore squinting eyes. I think i should also look for some HO Vertical Airs???
Tell me about it. I have a 66" wood 360 with double boots, really nice. I'm looking for a 70" with the rear toe plate. I say looking, I'm just not willing to pay what most are asking. I would probably be better off picking up a newer open water ski like the HO Triumph or even Comp Freeride. It is not as if my skills have risen comensurate with my weight over the last 35 years of skiing.It's rare they go for a decent price on eBay.