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Rossignol 76 carbons or 76 ti?
Hello, my name is Conner and I ski in the THE NORTHEAST. I am an TYPE 3 SKIER that skis everything. I love to GO FAST, not too much into tricks, I do go out west (utah and colorado mainly) so I need a ski that performs well out there in all conditions. I am 17, 5'10, 155 pounds. Other suggestions for other types of skis would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Hey Conner, you probably won't get much help from here since this forum is made of so many kids who lap the park all day but I suggest reading reviews on both skis to figure out which is right for you. Google will probably give you the best results but you might also find some help on some other forums that aren't park and freestyle oriented.
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thats not entirely true. but i still don't think anyone is gonna know about those two skis.
He exaggerated a bit, but it' pretty true. Just do what the first guy said, you won't receive many helpful answers. TGR would definitely be able to help more than here, but not too much. Try checking other ski forums.
the only difference between the carbon and the ti, is the layer of material they add. in the carbon, they use carbon instead of a metal to soften the ski up a little bit and make it easier for a smaller skier. in the TI they use a layer if titanal, yes i know TIT ANAL, this makes the ski much stiffer and demands more force, so a bigger or a more aggressive ride, to ski it. from only your height and weight i would probably recommend the carbons because your not as big as some guys out there. but if you like skiing fast, charging hard and aggressively then the TIs would work too. i work in a ski shop so i sell both these skis, if your wondering where i get this stuff from.
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