these are 2 very different skis
the prophets are more for ripping huge lines and going really fast. ep pros are pretty much for super deep pow and sking switch in pow. maybe you should look for two skis that have more in common also ep pros are 127 not 137.
hahah forsure that would be a huge mess up, haha they even write on the sight that they are the fattest twin tip ever created, i guess there tryin to catch the eye of people like me who only went to one sight for research lol
those are the blends
there is a titanium sheet of metal on the 100, 90 and 80 s thay you are clearly able to see and feel
its so they dont go pippity poppity POP, its so they can charge like a real man/woman
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i have prophet 130s, and ive used them on the east coast. They are a FULL twin, not directional like the rest of the lineup ( but could be different for this year). They are super stiff, and carve like MAD. Surprisingly they aren't heavy at all ( my current AR5s are on the heavyer side). I love them. I have no idea how they compare to the EPs.
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we're talking about the prophet 130s. I thought that was self explanatory. The blends have the carbon matrix, modeled after the metal matrix in the smaller prophets. The Prophet 130 has carbon STRINGERS which give it stiffness/pippity poppity motherfucking pop.
ps. stiffness equals pop. more energy to bend equal more energy put out when pressure released
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Having owned Propeht 130s, I can say they don't have alot of..."pippity poppity motherfucking pop"...whatever that is.
They aren't super stiff (no, they don't have any metal in them as some are saying, can you imagine how heavy they'd be?) more like a mid flex, but they ride more stable than a hand flex would suggest simply because of the girth. They are a true full twin, and they land/ride switch in pow amazingly. They can also hold an edge on groomers and are pretty much great skis everywhere. I equate them to being a Ford F350 Pickup (whichever one is biggest,crew bad or whatever), whereas most park skis are more like a Honda Civic...they are a little different at first, they are longer, wider and heavier than what you're used to, but they are also alot more stable and commanding. Once you get used to them (about 5 runs or so and you'll be good) they tear it up. Never ridden the EP, but I loved my Prophets, they were awesome skis.
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i completely agree with you man. i never said they were SUPER stiff. they are definitely stiffer than most skis that width. The carbon stringers help with that. How can you say they don't have pop though? if you use force and speed it returns it. ya, you dont get mad pop doing tiny ollies on groomers, but who cares?
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true but I'll have jibij set em up right, that worked for my buddy for a season on old EP pros (pre chronic wide ones), usually they fucked you up because the bsl was a bitch to set up right, won't be forever either, just til I save up for some nice binders.