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    Monoski - legal? If so what class

    Kind of an odd question, but is there any Nastar class that you can use a monoski in? I got rid of my last monoski quite a while back and was considering picking up a Duret Carvin 180. I remember running a couple courses for fun in the 90's with a Pintail Rossignol that I had.

    I doubt that it would be competative in the alpine class, but they are sort of a snowboard except that the bindings are facing the right direction ;)

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    That's a good question Chuck. My brother asked me the same thing. He has a monoboard and hauls it out once a year. I meant to check if it would be allowed and never got around to it.
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    Any idea who you would check with? Just got an email from the guy who owns Chronic Monoski and it sounds like they are quitting business, so I'm going to pick up a leftover monoski - would be cool if I could try to race it.

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