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Bridge or BT
sorry for one o f these threads but i have been doing my homework on these skis and now need so more input.
I am looking for a fat park ski i can hit BC booters with. I am 5'10" 165 lbs. Bridge or Big trouble
ARV or Scratch BC
Personally Scratch BC though. ARV is hella-soft. And if you're hitting decent sized booters your not going to want something that soft most likey for stability.
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i have bc but the shop mounted them to far back and i dont want to remount them and i need a new park ski. I demoed the BT are really liked it, but the bridge sounds like a good ski
fyi, you can mount a ski agian. and i would go with the BT's, tho there would be some overlap with your BC's
sell your bc's and buy a pair of 4frnt msps. best all around ski ever in my opinion.
i would go with the bridge BT sound like they are too stiff correct me if i am wrong
bts are specifically designed for bc booters. they have super raised tails to cope with landing switch. I'd go bts, although i'd say vcts, jjs, sfbs would all be better for purely bc booters.
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