This year I made my 360's clean and my 270 outs clean in so i want to get a new ski. next year im going to spend half my time in the park and the rest all-mountain so i was wondering what would be a good ski to get. i want to get a ski that is going to hold up on rails.
So, what I'm gonna guess you're looking for is a lightweight, soft, all-mountain park ski that has great durability. I'm gonna say Liberty LTE is what you're looking for (it's also my personal pick for a park ski next year), it's super light (it's not going to be as light as the Mojo 2, but that's because it has a wood core where as the Mojo 2 has a foam core I believe, so the wood core will be much more durable and responsive, and it's bamboo so its still really light). LTE is also pretty soft, but nice and solid underfoot. They carve like a breeze, so nice to ride around on (I have the Phil Larose, which is the old version of the LTE, right now as a beater ski, but they're so nice to roll around on). Also, because of the wood core and beefy edges they'll hold up EXTREMELY well on rails and jumps.
Definitely LTEs. They make 4 sizes, so you should be able to find something in your size. The flex is super poppy and snappy underfoot for good carving on jumps, yet they have pretty soft tips and tails for buttering and jumping onto rails. The edges are completely bomber and I don't have no edge cracks after a whole season of use. Pretty impressive in my book.
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At 5 feet, 100lbs, you'll be fine with an 80mm waist, unless you plan on ripping powder a foot or more deep with them. Also, you could handle the 164 easily, and then you'd have an 83mm waist. As far as mounting, I plan on mounting mine at center, but they're for 100% park, but if you're going 50/50 with them then go with the "cab forward" stance (which I believe is either -2.5 or -1.5 - can't quite remember).