are you zippering moguls? like full on racing, cause you can ski moguls with any ski, as long as your not going through a race course.
mogul skis are a little narrow (stability) and arn't twinned that much for park, but they would work, the bc would be better in the park if you got a shorter lenght
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I ski a lot of moguls and do the competition stuff too. I've been really impressed with the trouble makers in the bumps. I will be getting a mogul ski though because the skis really take a beating, especially on the tips and just to have a real mogul ski. A pure mogul ski will not work well for all mountain. Most of the good all mountain twins will be fine for the moguls as long as its not too wide and you aren't a serious mogul skier. Also, the back tip on all the mogul skis that say they are twins is not raised much at all, maybe the rossi mogul from a few years back is the only one I'd call a twin tip.
i think a good ski for you would be the dynastar twister(not the limited), the normal twisters are a little shaped and have a decent amount of twin
a lot of the kids i ski with have the twisters and they like them a lot, i have the twister limiteds for moguls, and they're good for the moguls
i ski bumps all the time with my head mojos, pretty much the same measurments as the BC and i have no prob with them, the BC is a softer ski though so i bet it would do a little better when initiating your next turn. fat skis can work in bumps, it depends on the skill of the skier.
originally posted by chris_64_impala : why do u need a fat ski? huh fatty? yeah thats right u like the chocoalte