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#1 Thu, Feb 11, 2010 5:58 PM



Hi Wade, I am a 34 miles skier and I ski at 38 off.
Does the prophesy works at 34?


#2 Thu, Feb 11, 2010 6:08 PM

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From: Lynn, MA
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Re: prophecy

I ski @ 36. SO I'm may not be the most knowledgeable to answer. I can say that Connelly is working on a 34MPH specific ski.

I think the prophecy would work great at 34 as well though. Maybe a 34 MPH skier can offer their comments.

The whole concept of having a different ski for a slower speed is pretty new idea.



#3 Thu, Feb 11, 2010 6:37 PM


Re: prophecy

Any comments from a 34 MPH skier?

Last edited by johnny72 (Thu, Feb 11, 2010 6:42 PM)


#4 Thu, Feb 11, 2010 8:08 PM

Skis At: Clemson, SC
Foot Forward: Right

Re: prophecy

I get 3 or 4 at 35 off almost every set, and ride a 2008 Prophecy at 34 mph (with draft plates).  I have loved it - it has been extremely comfortable and stable for me.  I've dropped about 60 lbs since I got mine, so it's definately too big (I'm 162 lbs skiing on a 68" ski).  I am planning on trying some new, smaller skis this spring, including a 66" Prophecy. 

I took about 10 years off, and the ski technology has really changed.  I've been reading and studying, and really don't know what to try.  Certainly the 66" Prophecy, but perhaps a Strada, a Syndicate, and a Z7.  Would like to try a Goode, but thier test program makes that a little impractical.


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