thats the big dilemma right now.
my friend who i ski with mostly is a snowboarder and is way into park, but if i go by myself i love to ski everything. and i rarely get to ski real powder, which is why i have been considering the elizabeth.
how soft is it?
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The bacon and lizzies are almost exactly the same flex, size etc. They have the same progressive sidecut pattern.... but he's 6'2 and 175, he would boss a lizzie around so hard it wouldn't be as fun as a ski at all
pollard is like 5'9 I think, and not real heavy. He uses the lizzies for park exclusively, yea,
I really just think that the bacon is the best bet man, I am barely lighter than you, same height, and i have stiffer skis than these that are 180s, and i just feel like i stand over the tips way too much, they just get bossed around and they are way sketchy.
I would reccommend the SFB because it's pretty much the same ski, just a little longer, but because of how big you are it will make a big difference.
it depends on what kind of skiing you do and where you live, the bacon is a little too fat to be used well in the park and anywhere except backcountry really, however, i love to rid the lizzys in the park and they do great everywhere on the mountain as well as in the backcountry. personally i think the the bacon is a little too fat for me, but i suppose thats just personal opinion. oh and i'm 6 foot 2 and wiehg about 160
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