Hey there NuSkoolerz, Ive been browsing around for a new pair of skis for the upcoming seasons. I've come across a few that really caught my attention, Im in the market for a pair of twintips that I can ski the entire mountain with from groomed hardpack to offtrail to above treeline to glades but also a ski that i can also bring to the park and build some park skills with. Im probably going to spend around 70 out and 30% in the park if I had to guesstimate. I've never owned a pair of twintips before nor have i spent much time in the park aside from getting in a good couple lines while heading back to the lift. Currently I own a pair of Volkl AC30's but decided i wanted to try a softer more playful ski so thats why Im here. Ill be skiing in the east the entire season(Im going to college in Hartford, CT theres a small mountain about 30min from the city but I have friends in NH and Maine so visits to better mountains wont be anything out of the ordinary)Im on the shorter side at 5'2" 130ish like i said im in the east looking for a solid 70-30 ski.
Ive looked at Amplid Antidogmas the amplid site markets them as a solid ski for all over the mountain
all I hear are great skis the mastermind being a more entry level ski but I know how to ski good enough in general so if i were to get the materminds I'd just get Cronics. A friend of mine has last years cronics(green in the bottom) and he says he loves them cause he can do anything on hem. Im not sure about the Prophet series tho cause Ive never heard prophet and park in the same sentence before.
K2 Kung Fujas once again marketed as a do it all ski
Rossignol S5 & S3
Volkl walls but im not a fan of the topsheet so fuckem
Idunna me personally I think Im gonna get the cronics but if you guys want to provide some advise thatd be cool.
and for Bindings whats good and whats bad who makes a solid inespensive binding?