i knew it was coming! you need a grammar/spelling lesson dude.\
Anyway, you're tall, you need long, stiff skis. I ski 181 thalls for park, and they treat me well, even tho they have very soft tips, it depends on your skill/style of skiing i suppose. If you have a habit of landing back seat or way out on your tips when you land switch, get some stiff skis. If you stomp pretty well on your toes/heels, don't be afraid to go soft.
seths are stiff to i think
i had the pe's from 4 years ago i think? the ones with the graffiti public enemy written on the bottom.
those things have been through so much. core shots cracked edges everything and i would still by riding them if i hadnt out grown them.
they are such a reliable ski from what i've experienced.
but i'm only 120 pounds so they dont exactly have that much force on them
get the new volkl bridge in the biggest size. those are stiffer and stable as hell. my personal favorite would definitely be the 4frnt msp and for your size i'd advise the 187. if you are skiing only park and on piste, maybe size down to the 180. i absolutely love those skis and nothing can beat them, in my opinion.
yea man im 6'2'' 220 and i was skiin the chronnics on everything and i tore em up pretty bad even though they are super sick all over the mt. but now im on 190 firstbloods and yea with your size you should be on nothin short of 185 like the guy above me said...
No, they aren't at all. Like, not even close. the bacons are designed for people around 5'10 and 150ish. Even someone 6' would be standing high over them and likely be able to bully them around like hell. I wouldn't ski them for anything but a park ski, to short and soft, def for this guy.
181 chronics/blends or 180/187 msp. id recommend 180 if you are gonna be doing park. if you are very good at park then the 187 would be nice, more stable for your weight, but if your just beginin then go 180.