Sorry for another "pow ski for me thread", but couldn't find this specific set elsewhere, and got no help when I tried in other threads.
I'm looking for a ski to replace my Line SFB's that broke and I might stick with the same, but I'm curious about rocker. I have a pair of carvers and also park skis, so I want a pair of true powder boards, probably with a similar flex to my bacons. I'm skiing the east, so no floppy hellbents or EP's. Not afraid to go fat, but I definately want a mid-flex, non-symmetrical (so no new life/chopsticks), 182-190 cm, 112-125 mm waisted, 18-25 m. radius ski. Ideally a backcountry jib stick that is still decent at charging. I also would like to support indie companies, so Moment/Surface or even ON3P sound good. I don't know as much about the ON3P's, but I'm sure Rowen will play sales rep :)
Surface One Life- 189 cm, 112 at the waist- WHAT IS THE TURN RADIUS??? not listed on the surface site, which is surprising. I assume the LAE artist one is the same, just different graphic? It is listed as a partial twin tip, which worries me a bit. What's the deal there?
Atomic Bentchetler- 183 cm, 123 at the waist- can't find it online very easily, but seems pretty ideal for me. 19 turning radius sounds good for the EC.
Armada JJ- 185 cm, 115 waisted- looks ideal for me, but I can't find it online in my size. the sidecut and rocker looks fun. Also, could anyone find last years online in a 185? I would do illicit things for person who finds it. 14m turning rad. looks so short?!? yet I see people straightlining with these? explanation?
Moment Night Trains- 186 cm, 123 waisted, 27.4 m radius.- dopesauce, but I can't find them online.
Moment Bibbys- 186 cm, 115 waisted, 21.9 turn radius- super schweet, and I can get 'em for cheap off evogear.
As much as I love CRJ, his sweet skis don't meet my requirements for the East. not enough sidecut.
I'm 6', 160 lbs, type III skier.
6', 160 lbs, any thoughts?