BTW are there any thrift stores in e-burg?
Women's DH ranged between 210 ~215cm, most of the older generation men's DH boards were 223cm,
I'm pretty sure this was standard set by FIS.
Men's super-G skies tended to be in the 215cm range.
Most of the manufactures made skis in the 210 to 212cm range.
Some were GS specific, others were more of a general category ski with a more moderate flex (K2 made the TNC in a 212cm for instance).
Even tough these would have been shorter production runs than models that were 207cm,
they still had to open a mold, profile cores, etc, which means that they end up pressing at least several hundred at a time regardless.
Multiply that out by all the manufactures that made them ( I can think of 10 off hand),
that adds up to more then a handful of skis out there.
A lot of these end up at thrift stores,
which is where we usually find them after someone has cleaned out their closet.
Sadly, some also end up getting cut up for adirondack chairs.
Too bad about those Head's, (were they HRP's?) you could join us at Long Board Day at Alpy on the 29th and ski them.
That said, I have extra's if you have boots and the will.