I'm off to Banff for a half year and want a twin ski that will fit the
bill. I'm essentially a ski racer at heart, and will be bringing a pair
of my fischer sl world cup 165's in case I crave the groomers.
But let's be real, I'm going to a big mountain setting, and I don't
plan on skiing groomers. I want to ski powder, the backside, all
existing bowls, and occasionally hit some nice jumps in the park. This
being said since my nature is racing, a ski that is unable to turn or
carve to some extent will be a real turnoff.
My knowledge in All Mountain/Powder/Freestyle ski's is completely
limited. I'm turning to you experts over here. What do you recommend
that isn't to expensive that would fit the bill?
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"when you live in PA you learn to jib alot of things."
I'm going to guess you would like a stiffer ski, with a good sidecut right? Look at the Line Prophet series, there's the flight, 90, 100, and 130. All of them except the flight have metal, and as you might guess, the numbers are the waist widths, and the flight has a 90mm waist too.
I had a pair of Prophet 90's for a season in Kicking Horse. It's a great ski for everything in the Rockies. My friend has the 100, It's awesome too, it will be better if you come during a time with lots of snow since the added waist will help.