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Ok so last time I skied I used twin tips for the first time (Solamon KNights 161cm) and I'm thinking about getting my own cheap pair of twin tips just to mess around with and have some fun on. My question is how does the flex of the K2 Fujative's and the 4FRNT TNK's compair to the Solamon Knights? The Knights were pretty stiff and I want a more flexible ski.
Oh I forgot to add anone who replies gets +K
so are you going for jumps, rails, urban, powder?? looks like raced right? i'd say get Henriks ninthward!
i was asked like this:
"Will you go to prom with me?" I said: "No, I'm going skiing!"
I'll be doing a bit of everything except powder and urban. I'm thinking about the 4fRNT TNK.
They're stiff. If you want a softer-flexing ski, definitely go with the Fujative.
Alright, thanks. Right after my first reply I searched the 4FRNTs and I read they fall apart reeallly fast. Fujatives it is!
Also, any suggestions on bindings? I'm a newb at park skiing =P
they don't make fujatives anymore, they were replaced with the Kung FUjas
I know, but he mentioned Fujatives in his first post so I was under the impression that he was considering getting them.
Well from what I hear 4FRNT is pretty bad.
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I found some online that are a good deal.
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