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why cant they?
i always hear people asking for the best park and all mountain twin. so i was wondering why cant companies make more skis like the bandits just a little bit more park friendly. i just thought this because the b2 has a 20mm tail and the b3 has a 30mm tail which basically in a sense makes it a backcountry twin
Try and ski a B2 in the pipe. The reason the B2/B3 have raised tails is for better turn release in soft snow. Freestyle and all-mountain skis are built differently... in general, freestyle skis are softer in the tip and tail (for forgiveness) and stiff underfoot (for edge hold). All-mountain (or race) skis are as stiff as they can be made all around. The big reason being that if a freestyle ski was as stiff as a all-mountain ski, you would have to land every trick perfectly or you'd bail because the tip/tail of your ski was so stiff.
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what he said^
the twins on bandits aren't there to go backwards on, they're for releasing from turns
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ye awhat he said ^^ for sure
y cant companys make a ski that has a super sidecut for carving, and also a twin tip. good for east
heh yea that would be nice..............
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