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Click on the inventory skis,they come up at $750 a pair.   There is also a 
disclaimer that the price is lower than starting custom skis because they 
are in inventory.

Dick
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From: "Denis Bogan" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Monday, July 17, 2006 8:49 AM
Subject: Re: [SKIVT-L] AT Boards?


>I would take a look at ScottyBob.  They are now making alpine skis.  I
> have a pair of their tele skis and love them.  They are also very light
> and they parallel as well as they tele.  In the early days they would take
> the skis back for a full refund no questions asked within 30 days of
> delivery.  I never heard of any other manufacturer doing that.
>
> http://www.scottybob.com/index-contact.html
>
> I couldn't find prices on this website.  I am consistently perplexed by
> web pages that are written by web page designers.  In the early days this
> was an amateur effort and it was great; you could easily find anything you
> wanted to know.  One caveat, they have limited production capacity so you
> have to order now to get the skis by Nov. or so.
>
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