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Old 03-01-2004   #1
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Length of P60 GC

Hello everyone-

I am faced with a decision: I have the opportunity to buy either last year's volkl p50 gs, 178cm, or p60 gc 173's -never used- for not much more... I'm 6'1", 175 and ski at very high speeds, all on groomed slopes...
I know that the 60 is more ski, but is it enough to bridge the 5 cm gap? Is 173 going to be long enough for me? Thanks for reading this, thanks again if you reply.
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