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The Cascade Kid

CHEAP Icelantic and Bluehouse skis

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All skis are in Portland OR but I'll ship them to real people with a history on this site. All of them are accurately described and sold as-is.


Icelantic Keepers - 181 ($150 shipped)

Traditional camber underfoot with rockered tip and tail. Handmade in Colorado.


Mounted once, with filled holes. Barely skied, excellent condition, flawless bases.

Traditional camber with rockered shovel and tail, moderate stiffness but still playful. Capable of charging hard.




Bluehouse Mavens w/Marker Dukes - 189 cm ($250 complete, $150 w/o bindings, $150 for the bindings alone, you pay shipping)



Zero camber with big rocker, these are massive chargers. They're powerhouses in the crud but become playful and half their weight in pow. They make 6" into bottomless.


Skied intermittently for a few seasons. Bases are perfect, topsheets have some chipping from the skis hitting each other. Bindings are in perfect condition.



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A friend wants your Mavens. He tried contacting you on TGR, sent you a PM and replied to your post. He tried contacting you here too but is having trouble logging in to CC.com. Let me know how you want to contact him and I will relay the message.


Sweet skis BTW! :-)



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