I am narrowing down the quiver to make room. Both skis have excellent bases and edges.
White Knuckle All Mountain 194 - I bought this board a few years ago and I swear, it looked like the previous owner never used it. Topsheet is faded, and outlines of his old stickers were visible, but the base and edges were perfect. Well, I didn't click with this board like I expected, so it is up for sale again. Bindings are Salomon Equipe 900s (din 4-12) - Full disclosure - binding wings are loose and need to be retightened often (or perhaps use something like locktite). If I were a binding-breaker, I would switch out the bindings. SOLD to Boomer!!!
Duret 176 Xtreme Carvin - great wide ski for carving the groomers. It is in great shape. It has not been taken off of the groomers, so the edges and base are in near perfect condition. Topsheet has some damage on the tail of the ski. Bindings are all metal Salomon Equipe Drivers (din 6-14). This ski has the pre-drilled duret binding platform that makes it easy to switch out and mount bindings in different positions (or lengths) without re-drilling the ski. SOLD!!!
I can't get photos added to this post for some reason, so contact me and I will e-mail them. I will keep trying to get some on this thread.
Edges and bases in excellent condition. I used leashes with both these skis, so I can include that or I believe I have some brakes that I could put on either ski. I have a bunch of photos of both skis if you want me to e-mail, including closeups of the edges underneath the bindings where most detrimental damage occurs. These skis have none!
I also have Duret Ibex non-releasable bindings for sale for $100. Most stable platform - tight connection to the ski. Better than bomber bindings because there are 8 screws for each foot (4 for the toepiece, and 4 for the heal). Scott G. is holding these for me, but he is going to return them to me at Mono-P.
Let me know if you are interested. I prefer to sell to someone attending Monopalooza, because driving the skis there is easier than shipping (and you get to see the skis in person).