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Right now I have atomic triplets 172s that I really like because they are light, but the edges are popping out and the ski has been used a good bit.
I was considering afterbangs but I noticed my step brothers invaders are heavier than my triplets even though they are shorter so I do not know if I should get them.
What are some light weight park skis.
have you considered that binding weight is most of what contributes to the full weight of a setup?
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You are right now that I think about it. I have a set of bindings that are mostly plastic on my atomics. I have bindings with a lot of metal on some other skis and the bindings themselves are quite heavy.
Moment Reno Jibs, Armada Pipe Cleaners. I am guessing your skis are cap, so if you really want a light ski get another cap ski(the two I named are lightweight as far as sidewall skis go). For pow I think cap skis are fine, and the pow skis that are sidewall underfoot and cap a bit out are best(Bent Chetlers, ARGs, JJs, etc.). However for park I like sidewall skis the best. They are more durable and I think they carve cleaner. The best cap park ski that comes to mind would be Armada El Rays, though.
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those are laser skis my friend, not light skis :P
Liberty, nuff said. lightest skis i've ever picked up hands down. basically absolutely no swing weight.
I wonder what the reasonable to worthless post ratio is?
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