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Pipe specific skis.
Ive made way to many gear talk posts in the past couple of days, this is my last one before I stop getting nervous about this stuff.
Just picked up some colby west coreupts, I knew when I got them that they were labeled as pipe specific, but being 6'3 and 190lbs I needed something stiff. Anyway, will having a pipe specific ski impair my ability for all-mountain/ regular park? Im sort of confused as to the difference between park and pipe specific skis.
Lots of love, Alex
"I'm telling you its the future... helmet covers are where its at!" - Mr.Bishop
nope. i ride noodly symmetrical park skis with dull edges on man made, crud, wet/heavy snow, and ice. i'm fine.
well to ski pipe properly you have to have sharp edges and sharp edges and rails don't mix (edge cracks, catchng , ect) but other than that they will be fine
RIP CRJ +Shane
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