yeah im 5'10 170. i guess you could call me expert skier. i was thinking about the blends or SFB but i think SFB's would be too big underfoot as i live in the midwest. but the 3rd ski would only be used to play with and for when i go to bohemia/colorado
I think you should pick one of two skis, eiter the Bibby's cause they're rockered for the pow and such a sick ski everywhere else also, even in the park and on jibs they are epic, and if you dont want the width then go with the rocker's, cause you definitly should have a rockered ski. if you need any more info on either ski PM me
well the third ski is always a bit of a hard one to pick.. you always need one more ski in the quiver.. the way i see it.. a 3 ski quiver should go park, all mountain, pow.. but i kind of ballsed that up in my own case because i have Reno Jibs and Reno Rockers.. my third ski will most likely be Rossignol Bridages/S5s.. so the way i see it my pure park ski is the reno jib, my 'fun' ski is the rocker and my all mountain/pow ski will be the S5.. crappy short story aside.. since you have two skis already, fujis for pure park/rails and chronics for all mountain.. then you can go big on your pow ski.. whether or not you want rocker is up to you but my advice would be go at least 110 underfoot.. Bacons would be a good option for sure.. especially if you can take your chronics to colorado as well..
obsetheds are a great ski to add to your quiver. its 105 with the mini rocker so it gives good float, the rocker lets the tips and tails be buttery while you still have the stability underfoot to charge. i ride these all the time and they are a super fun ski that kills it everywhere