Is it too much to ask for?? I really love the bumps and woods and I want to get into freestyle skiing. So I want a ski that floats in the pow makes quick turns in the bumps, and is stable at high speed... with twin tips. Any help from anyone that has ridden all the popular models of skis is much appreciated. Thanks alot !
TM's do everything except rails.
PE's do everything except butters.
BC's do everything period.
SP's do everything bc's do but better.
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Wait- shit. Ok, fine. There is no twintip that is designed to float in pow with the dimensions necessary to make a good bump ski. They're antithetical concepts. Sidecut sucks in pow, and you want a fat waist. That's basic. Fat skis are the opposite of what you want in a bump ski. The best all-around you're likely to find is the Karma, which will ski well everywhere and has enough girth to keep you afloat.
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there is no way your going to find a powder ski good for bumps. bump skis are supposed to be thin and powder skis are fat, so that doesnt work out. i have line pollards and i ski park, powder, and occasionally bumps and it does just fine.
if your looking to get a ski for next year that does everything i'd deffinitley go for the MSP supermodel i rode my new ones for the first time today and they did do everything better then my mo-ships, PE's and Karmas. they ripped through the back country, the bumps and were like a GS ski on the hard pack.