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T-Gas is on a hybrid ski. Not the Wide.

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So...how the heck do you decide to make such a ski. From what I was told, he goes to the factory and makes his own ski by actually cutting up skis and bonding the halves back together. There is no mold for the ski (based on what I was told). Does this science project evolve from riding a couple of skis and deciding that one ski turns better on your onside and another turns better on your offside?
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I still have a wide ride. I'm on a mid for tournaments, but I'm keeping the wide. It's so much fun to ski on. It swoops out away from you in the turn and right back underneath like a parabolic on snow. You should find one to try, you'll love it within a few passes. My only issue with it was at 39 , I tend to start scrapping hard when I get late and couldn't keep the front of the ski edging when things went south. I also think it works a little better for a bit heavier skier. I'm waiting to see how it works with a kid- mine's getting close to the age I think it'll work.
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