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Ok Ive been having some problems choosing skis ect (money problems mostly) so now ive finally chosen CoreUPT.
Im getting either
-TJ Schiller pro
-Colby West pro
-6'3 /187 lbs
-pretty strong skiier
-I want a good poppy skis that can initiate turns fast and can get on edge
-Nothing to soft, Id prefer something stiff in the waist and tail
-Pretty descent all mountain, enough to have control of the ski.
In summary: Reliable and light park, Fairly solid on the rest of the mountain (excluding powder, not what im looking for).
Which of these skis is best for what im looking for?
coreupt is what you pay is what you get you pay a decent price for an okay ski, so the durability isnt the best. for a light ski go with the yards, for bigger skiers go with the tjs in the 183, and for a larger ski mainly for pipe as for being stiff colby in 185
creativity comes to life in the darkness-surreal and dj balance
The tj is for you its made for bigger guys stiff but still has pop the yard is really poppy but meant for bigger guys
RIP CRJ +Shane
ok guys well I went with the colby, I know its againt what the two of you have said but the turn radius/ dimensions were more to my liking... I also heard it carves better and has about the same pop ability as the TJ and Yard
also, I saw the tips of the TJ's....they seem like they are borderline early rise and that sort of turned me off to them.
Im thinking about getting colby west pros how do they perform?
My other ride is your mom.
Lets get this shit jibtastic ladies and gentlemen.
"Freedom leads to creativity." -weird guy at the beginning of hurricane season
well I guess this got bumped so...
well I got the colby wests and they are fantastic. Not much to say except they meet all my priorities/ needs I listed.
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