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So this summer im gonna get some new park skis im riding some sir francis bacons this is my first year in the park. Any suggestions for park skis that are good for mostly jibbing and buttering?
A lot of people are going to say LINE Anthems, but first I think we need to know your height, weight, skiing ability first.
6'3", 165. In the park i can blind 270 out, almost pretzel 450 out, kfed, i can do 180's off most jumps and 360's off kickers
I too have this problem in finding the perfect skis fro the park, because i am also 6'3" 165, and companies have skis that are too short and or too soft
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Volkl Walls come in a 185, the 09/10s are now softer than they were before, so you'll be able to butter them just fine (I actually learned to butter on the 08s which were super stiff, so buttering will be fine on the 10s for sure). They're also symmetrical, so you can center mount them and still be able to carve just fine, both forward and switch. Not too mention, Walls are pretty durable and have a pretty legit warrantee. That's be my pick if I were you're size.
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this is my first year to and i am useing salomon suspects but it really just comes down to ur height, weight and ur ability, cause i can cork 7, frontflip, switch up and blind 450 out and 270 on
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