Im just starting to ride in the park and I have no fuckin clue what are good rail skis. I've looked into buying a pair of line chronic skis but i've heard they're way to narrow to slide rails. I need some advice as to what skis to buy.
if your just starting to ride park, then it wont really matter which ski you get because you will have nothing to compare it to. so pretty much any ski out there is a good ski. but if your really looking at chronics, they come in a wide version which is a really good ski, for expert or begginer
well i don't know much either, but i know one thing people are gonna ask is your height, weight, and what type of skiing u plan to do
If your spinning rims spin counter-clockwise...you are not pimpin'. If you are dancin on the dancefloor and you look to Yo left and yo right and you do not see a woman in sight, guess what? you guessed it, you are not Pimpin
as for height, any ski that is within your face (chin up to the top of your head) somewhere in between there is fine,
as for wieght, it doesnt matter how much you wiegh, it matters what type of ski you buy. If your fat, no shit youre gonna have to buy a stiffer ski, and if your skinny, your gonna need a softer ski. Its all about how your body affects the flex of the ski.
and the only reason people ask "what type of skiing do you do most" is because they have certain brands that they say are "the best" for park/back country/all mtn...whatever, and because the type of skiing you do should affect how you mount your bindings.
if you ski all over the mtn, get a ski mounted at the recomended spot, maybe a little more forward. but if you ONLY ski park get them center mounted.
since youre just starting to ride park, i would get them mounted somewhere that you can still ski all over the mountain...tell that to your shop technician, and they will know what to do
^im guessing u mean the 2006, new stuff in the ski industry comes out the year thats its winter (which is is 2006, about 10 days of winter is in 2005) those skis wont be for sale until the fall, but tell us how tall you are, your weight, and what u plan to ski, and we can hook u up