i need help choosing skis, which are better, liberty kgb's or line cronics, i want a tough, flexible park ski
but i am only 125 pounds,i have heard that the liberty's have delamanating problems, i will also take any other sudgesstions.
right now im riding chronic "wides" not much sense calling them that since thyere only like 87 or 88 underfoot...theyre pretty stiff but the legit chronic might be a liil softer. as for the way they ski, the fucking RIP it hard as long as its about 4 inches or less....they have a tendancy to dive to the bottom of powder so that might be a lil bit of abitch sometimes to deal with. but this past spring i had a blast on them shredding around alta, a went to the park a few times at other resorts and they were pretty legit as well. i switched to a buddies old school motherships one day and fell straight backwards because they were so soft in butter/presses compared to what i had been used to....chronic wides are pretty much the shit for shredding around like a day or two after a storm when most of the shit is cut up some and you can have a lot of fun with them.
"maybe i think hennie is attractive in a broke, poor, probably hiv-bearing, starving little african way"
yea by the look of your member name, you seem like you ride lines so I would think youd know about where to center em and how flexy they are?
I know a guy who rode for Liberty and he dropped them because he went through like 3-4 skiis a yr because they kept breaking on him
"When people go out and try the things I do and get Hurt, I just shake my head and say natural selection"-Josh Bender (Freeride MtBiker)
"Livin the Dream"-Owen Wilson
i hope that's sarcasm because the KGB's are anything but soft as far as a park ski goes..... the KGB's are lighter but less durable, I liked the chronics better, seemed more solid, i've skied both but only for a day each o i don't have the BEST idea as to how the ski but i have some sort of idea, if you want liberty's go for the Larose's, hands down best ski i have ever been on