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If you already owned a pair of Wall's...what next
If you already owned a pair of Wall's, what would be your 2nd addition to your park quiver?
A nice buttery ski like the Anthem? Or would you go for a "do it all" like an ARG or Afterbang?
how does the ARG and the afterbang go together? do you mean ar6?
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why yes, you would be correct.
I suppose the ARG would be a bit outta place. So yeah. AR6.
haha yeah. just remember, going from one of the stiffest park skis out there to something really soft like the anthem or afterbang is going to feel super soft
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ar6 is soft. head mojo 90 is stiff
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Kinda the same thing I went through last season. I started the season with Walls and decided that I wanted a ski to play around on and while the walls ripped everywhere on they're own I wanted to use them solely for park so I picked up a pair of AR6s. I don't know if that's what's best for you, but that's what I personally did.
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I have the 2010 Walls and the 2009 Invaders. So i would say get a fun buttery ski since the Wall is a pretty good "do it all" ski.
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Park quiver? What? Ski them til they're trashed then buy new ones.
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Well I want to get a 2nd pair to try and butter with.
The Wall is great for everything but buttering. Maybe even replace my beat up Wall's once they are done with.
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