Had thought about the Prophet 130s but how responsive can a snowboard on each foot be?
How do you mean the 100s are wierd?
Also could i get away with 179 made'ns as the longer skis are getting back to the old days when i was running 200 saloman super force skinnys and used to be a real bastard in the deep especially towards the end of the day.
Would 189 seem a world of difference from the 177 chronics? any experience?
remember, with a twintip, and a more centered than traditional mounting position, twintip skis feel a lot shorter than traditional skis do. the tail alone probably takes 5-10cm off the effective lenght of the ski. the longer ones will have more surface area and therefore will float better and be more stable at speed.
Dude, joke's totally on them, you should make a t-shirt that says 'all you fools suck' and on the back it can say 'I rule coz T-dawg said so' and yeah, you'll be rockin it shibby, new steeze brah, wikkid! ~PhattTim
I'm - 6'1, 105kg (230lbs i think, and no im not a fat bastard!!)
and been riding 2005 186 Pollards. I don't ski a huge
amount of powder but the Pollard is a great all mountain
ski and floats well enough on powder under my weight..
You cant because apparantly you dont have the imagination to ride them. You have to feel the ski, trust it and use it size as an advantage but dont fucking call them snowboard's , you prob havent even seen them in person before.
2006 Volkl Mantra's are great..they are the next generation of the Explosiv
great on everything
I'm 6'1, 200 and ride a 184cm and the Volkl reps told me not to go to 191cm unless I was only doing big mountain/super fast all the time becuase the skis are stiff and a 184 Mantra rides as long as a 190 Gotama