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Early rise vs. traditional camber
what are your opinions on each type, ive only ridden traditional camber skis but kinda wanna get a pair of early rise skis, i just need some convincing.
What are you using this ski for? Big mountain/powder? Park? How do you ski? Where do you ski?
Traditional is better for hardpack/ice. you can get a better edge with it.
Early rise w/camber underfoot is a hybrid of rocker/traditional camber. You still have the traditional camber spots but you also have a bit more rise in the tip and/or tail.
If you're only skiing park, you dont really need early rise. It's really meant for a one ski quiver.
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yea i basically only ski park, we have like 5 powder days
i have alpha 2's and they are my favorite ski ever i can hit park but the go ski like a foot of fresh light fluffy pow they are dope!
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