so i got some scratch bc's for my birthday, which was about two weeks ago. on my third day on them, i blew a hole in my sidewall by turning in a foot of fresh and uncovering a very sharp rock. rossignol and the shop i bought the skis from wont do anything for me. the skis are still ok, but i can see about two inches of core and the edge is unprotected/prone to coming out. my dad wants to take them because he likes how they ski, so i was all set to buy a new pair of skis. today, on the way home from skiing, my beat-up AR6's fell out the back of my dad's pickup truck on the highway and we never found them. so i am down two pairs of skis in a week. any suggestions for a ski to replace both pairs? i ski in vermont and ski pretty much everything, from park and urban to bumps, trees, and powder, and i am 5'6'' and 120 lbs.
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Man, thats rough. I take it your looking to buy a one ski quiver?
I guess you would want something in the area of an 89-95 waist? Have you looked at anthems? They seem to be a pretty solid ski in the park that you can take around with you to the deeper snow. Plus, they arent a whole lot of cash for this years ski.
Maybe look into some of last seasons ARV's or firstbloods, you can get those for around 300-350$.
I don't know this, but my reasoning is that its a mini rocker, not a straight up rocker, so i doubt it would affect much at all. I've heard that they are an incredible allmtn ski...get them if you have a deal
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