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« on: 02/13/18, 01:15 PM »

Just in time for spring peak bagging, superlight but solid setup - in near-mint condition (I take care of my gear).

Fischer Transalp 88 - 170cm (https://www.levelninesports.com/fischer-transalp-88-skis?gclid=CjwKCAiAtorUBRBnEiwAfcp_Y3iuvpLTTqkKprZvrzNvSnciVIXCTVWHgvMFmAvesn5HV_CyQdZAUhoCOVkQAvD_BwE)

Ski Trab Titan Release binding, mounted middle of adjustment for 289mm boot sole (https://skimo.co/ski-trab-titan-release-adjustable)

Pre-cut K2 skins (Pomoca made, 70% mohair)

Full set - $500
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Re: FS: Fischer TransAlp 88, Trab Bindings, Skins
« Reply #1 on: 03/02/18, 08:25 AM »

Bump for spring is coming!
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Re: FS: Fischer TransAlp 88, Trab Bindings, Skins
« Reply #2 on: 03/06/18, 09:27 PM »

Looks like a nice lightweight setup. Does the heel piece rotate allowing you to skin with zero heel rise? Thanks David
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Re: FS: Fischer TransAlp 88, Trab Bindings, Skins
« Reply #3 on: 03/07/18, 01:42 PM »

Looks like a nice lightweight setup. Does the heel piece rotate allowing you to skin with zero heel rise? Thanks David

Hi David - yes indeed it does.  This is literally my favorite setup but too much overlap in the old quiver at this point (I have a 78 and 95, no room for an 88).  I will be frank, the skins are a bit slow for mohair Pomoca's but generally fine.
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Re: FS: Fischer TransAlp 88, Trab Bindings, Skins
« Reply #4 on: 03/12/18, 09:09 AM »

Will consider reasonable offers - need to get these skis out there!
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