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twintips or not?
So I thought I'd ask a bunch of badass skiers about what skis to get... I am 5'2 (short, I know) and I want a good all mountian ski. I got into park last year, but I don't know how much I am going to ride park this year. I am having trouble deciding between the PE's and Fischer Rx8. I have heard good shit about both skis but PE's are twin tipped and fischer is not. So anyone want to help
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just be like everyone else and get the PE.
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twins are good to have even if you aren't a park rat, just so you can have the ability to go in the park if you feel like it. i ski the whole mountain, but i like park on shitty snow days and i also ride with only snowboarders so going in the park is part of the day a lot of the time.....if the two skis you're looking at are a PE and a fischer, maybe you should check out fischers twins--the NTs. In my humble opinion they are a great all around ski that happens to be twinned.....plus this years graphics are dope
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get the fishcers, we dont want more ppl with pes
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Get the twins. If you don't, you'll prolly regret it later
i think twins are easyer for all mountian cause you can slide the back end of the ski into a turn easyier
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you live on the ec...what the hell else is there to ski besides park? GET DOUBLE TIPS YO
ya you might as well get the twintip cause then you have the option of going in the park if you wanna do it up or whatever
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ye the PE's definitely 1-up the Fischers just because they are twins. So yea go wit the PE's
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back off erich.
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