As everyone knows, most of us, that the T-Hall is practically an identical version of the AR6 only constructed under the specific of Hall himself. In years past the T-Hall has been an extremly soft and noodly ski, perfect for jibbing, tons of flex, park slaying ski. But Last year Armada changed the T-Hall around, making it more stiffer than what is was origionally.
Now I've felt the Ar6 in my hands more than enough to safely say it is a very soft ski indeed, more flex than the afterbang which everyone claims to be an absolute spaghetti noodle. My question is:
Is the Current T-Hall (2009 & 2010), stiffer than the Ar6 or is it still softer?
Help! The answers make a huge decision on me pending whether or not to get the Halls or 6's