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Scratch BC's?

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Anyone had anygood or bad comments on the Scrath BC Skiis here in the North West?


I skiied them in powder for about 170 days with Freerides prior winter til now, and then I moved to The PNW, and wondered if they were ok given the different type of snow here.

Any Comments?


Thank you.......

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the bc's are by far one of the best fat twins on the market. they are heavier so they get through crud better and are durable. if your using them strictly for AT then i would say they are too heavy for any area...but if your using em in the ski resort as well. they are an awsome ski anywhere. i.e. they will treat you fine in the PNW

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