2nd opinion, 1st ski purchase

Assuming the ski suits me (primarily open skiing, access to a course I wouldn’t mind taking a run occasionally through a course I have access to, trying to improve, 42yrs, 6’0,” weight range usually 210-225-ish, with a little effort probably could get it down closer to be 205).

The ski is a 4 year old 69” Radar Senate (assume Alloy…?) single boot/open rear, boot is the right size (I wear 11.5, as does the seller), ski bag included.

Is the asking price fair? Seems reasonable and at $225 a low risk purchase, but I’ve never bought a ski so just double checking. I’ve always had a decent option with friends that were probably not the best fit for me (mostly 67”).

Link below.
Thanks for the input.



  • Stevie BoyStevie Boy Posts: 2,413 ★★★★Quad Panda Award Recipient ★★★★
    edited August 12
    Bargain ! Almost made to measure, A new front binding would cost $200 - $300

    Looking Forward To Getting On The Water, It Has Been A Bleak Winter

  • foxriveratfoxriverat Posts: 633 Crazy Baller
    @Barley14 Thats a fair price for the ski. It is a 2013 radar senate Alloy. I have an old one 67. It was my first course ski.
    2000 Malibu Response LX 2019 65 HO Syndicate Omni Vapor Bindings
  • Ski_DadSki_Dad Posts: 541 Solid Baller
    Great price and great ski. Agree that the ski is older than 4 years but should be fine.
  • Barley14Barley14 Posts: 3
    Thanks guys! Just made an offer.
  • Barley14Barley14 Posts: 3
    The seller told me his wife corrected him, confirming it’s a 2013. I picked it up for $200 and it’s in great shape. Excited to use it. Thanks again!
  • MDB1056MDB1056 Posts: 1,104 Mega Baller
    @Barley14 - good deal- enjoy!
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