...but I really truly am stuck. I know that there are many "Right ski size for me?" threads, and I have gained some info from them, but I need to ask the question:
I am 5'6" (you can probably round it up to 5'7", haha) 135 lbs., high intermediate/advanced skier. I ski in MA, so mostly park and when I can the rest of the mountain. I would like to get a fat ski that is stable off big booters, so I figured the Armada ARV would suit me perfectly. I buy my skis, so I don't want to buy a ski that I will end up growing out of. Now, should I get the 165 ARV somewhere, or should I man up and get the 175 ARV for real cheap locally? Again, thanks for all the help!
Just do it, it feels like 3000 times better. it's like the difference between skiing in the east, and skiing in the west, both are fun, but once you ski the west the east just won't be the same- Jklops
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well, for bc skis, the arv's are kinda narrow
so they should be fine for new england pow
i have scratch's for my 'pow' ski
they're 84 at the waist
though volkl karma's are 87, and are stiff enough to rip up the whole mountain
i used to live in mass. so i was wondering
do you really need a terrain park pass to get into the park at wachusett?
ARVs are fine jib skis. and they are very soft. the extra length wont be a problem with the sitffness. now, the weight is gonna slow the skis response down, specially for your size. but should still be fun.
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