K2 El Camino vs. Salomon Eq Prolink 2S

K2 El Camino vs. Salomon Eq Prolink 2S

Post by Greg Fibig » Wed, 06 Aug 1997 04:00:00


Thanks for reading...

I'm in a real bungle. The season is coming upon rapidly and I'm still
without a new pair of skis for the new season. Right now I'm stuck
between the K2 El Camino (probably a 188) and the Salomon Eq Prolink 2S
(PR 6). I really need feedback from people who have skied on both sets of
boards. I'm an advanced/expert 15 year old (5'8", 130lbs) and I need good
opinions and reasons for one ski being better then the other.

Thanks TONS... if you can help me out, PLEASE send comments to

Thanks again,
Greg

~~~~~~~
Greg Fibiger

http://www.salomon.base.org/
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K2 El Camino vs. Salomon Eq Prolink 2S

Post by S. Dee » Fri, 08 Aug 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

> > I'm in a real bungle.

> I bet you are. With an address like yours, having to ask whether Salomons
> are better than K2's...

> > Greg Fibiger

> > http://www.salomon.base.org/

Nice pickup, Anthea.  With that in mind, I think its fair to say that
Salomen sucks.  Buy the K2s.

 
 
 

K2 El Camino vs. Salomon Eq Prolink 2S

Post by hank southwort » Mon, 18 Aug 1997 04:00:00

 I've the El Camino and I think they are a great ski.  Very fast.  I don't
know about the Salomon, but that's a good brand to.  My El Camino could
out-distance Rossi Cut 9.9's on cruiser trails.  Again, I can't say enough
about the El Camino.

Technically, in case you haven't heard this, the El Camino is a K2Four
sidecut with the core of a K23.

Greg Fibiger wrote in article ...

Quote:

>Thanks for reading...

>I'm in a real bungle. The season is coming upon rapidly and I'm still
>without a new pair of skis for the new season. Right now I'm stuck
>between the K2 El Camino (probably a 188) and the Salomon Eq Prolink 2S
>(PR 6). I really need feedback from people who have skied on both sets of
>boards. I'm an advanced/expert 15 year old (5'8", 130lbs) and I need good
>opinions and reasons for one ski being better then the other.

>Thanks TONS... if you can help me out, PLEASE send comments to

>Thanks again,
>Greg

>~~~~~~~
>Greg Fibiger

>http://www.salomon.base.org/
>~~~~~~~