alright so im looking for a park ski and i've (kinda) narrowed it down to 2 options im about 5'11 and 145 im looking for a ski that can handle big yumps while also being pretty buttery any other ski ideas/opinions are very welcome +++k
honestly i wouldnt want either of those.
why narrow it down to those two?
unless you wanna support a small indie company or something.
but id get g butters out of those two
but i wouldnt get either out of those two
yeah kinda tryin to go for a smaller company (keep it local support the small busineses you know) but really any ski ideas are definetly helpful plus i really havnt heard anything bad about either of those skis
me niether. with the money you spend on those you could buy from a well-known legit brand. i understand trying to help out the local small business ski companys and thats cool to do. out of those too i would pick the d'nollies. ive heard awesome things about them. i heard the fatty-pus's should stick to fat skis.
Alright so my buddie has a pair of G'butters and they are the sickest skis i have rode since then they kill it. i would check the reviews. I know that icelantic and and fat-ypus both make sick products. so dont worry about quailty. PM jibhonkey he has the butters. i would so both are sick skis and i dont listen to any one who has never even seen the skis in real life.
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I would say the Da'Nollies from personal experience. Icelantic makes quality skis so I wouldn't even second guess the quality of them. They are pretty soft but are stable at higher speeds. The are very similar to the Line Anthem but I like the Da'Nollies better.
Anyway to OP, from my personal experience the g-butters are awesome, i havent ridden the da'nollies but they look real sick, but I can tell you the g-butters are the funnest fuckin ski ever and they shred on ice or whatever. And for 250 thats a damn good price
Really depends on what you like, I demoed the da'nollies last year as well and was not a fan. Hitting any jump at highspeed was super scary because the ski would sort of flop around after I popped. Also they're super soft so if you land back deck at all you're on your ass.