i am trying to decide between Boone underdogs in either the 92mm (freeride) or the 82mm (Park) ski.
i ski on the east coast (ontario) and ski 100% park unless we get a pow day which we have about 5 or so a season. if we ever do get a pow day, it would be nothing over 1 or 2 feet of fresh. i weigh 135 pounds and am 5'11"
biggest jump we have around here is about 55'
im set on getting boones, so please dont say get another ski.
trying to decide between the 92mm or the 82mm Boone ski for an eastcoaster.
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Tough question - it is really a matter of preference. Kolby prefers the 92.5's underfoot but more of our riders prefer the 82's for purely park/urban skiing so it depends! The Freeride's are a little bit stiffer and have a little more flotation. Not sure if that helps at all.
i have the freeride magic sticks, 92.5 underfoot and i love em for park, plus the little more float on powder is fun, i ski Ohio btw (pretty much 100% park) but its all up to which you like better actually
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