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Help me pick a ski!
i'm definatly getting a new pair of skis for next season, so i was wondering if you guys could help me in mu decision; i mostly ride park and pipe, but sometimes will build my own jumps in powder. im 5'9 and about 140lbs. i was thinking of maybe getting a dynastar big trouble. any suggestions or information is helpful.
Line Elizabeth, Scratch BC Sprayer...
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yeah, i guess i should just go with a park specific ski
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I'd go Scrath FS in like a 180. Your semi tall, and i think long skis look sick when you are doing tail grabs or nose grabs. The reason i say this is cause the FS is pretty damn wide and will do fine in the occasionalp powder day.
The salomon 1080s or pocket rockets, those things are sooooo big though.
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what do you think about the seth vicous for riding powder?
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I like Salomon, thear skis are cool. they also have the best pro team.
get the liberty stealths or c notes
have you considered purchasing a pair of pollards with r-10's? because i happen to be selling a pair that have been skied on under 5 times and have never touched a rail.
170/ 176 ar5 or t-hall mothership flights or invaders all so sick
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what year, what size?
i havent skiied anytihng over 170 cm before; is a 180cm ski better? does it make it easier to carve, spin, grab?
depending on how strong you are...you might find a 180 a bit hard to turn at first...but its a lot more stable at high speeds, and you'll end up having a better time...except when your carrying them
^ i want to center mount my bindings, so would a 180 be better for that too? my legs are strong because i mountain bike all summer.
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