Candides are really good. I only busted them once last year, and any ski will break when you over shoot the landing on a 60 foot table top... lol but yea, I got some enemeys for the two weekends I had to wait to get more candides, and I trashed them. so I wouldn't go for them. if durability is what you want...
I heard the Vs are good and strong...
Ilikethe way the candides ride best though
so good for switch
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I dont think Lines are that bad at all. I had the 1260s for 1 and a half years now and they are still fine and I wouldnt say im easy on them. Plus, they have the most twin so you can do switch stuff in deep snow.
finally, someone else who likes 1260's!Mine haven't delammed or anything like that, and my Air Heads are starting to chip way more.
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The 1080's will probably give you the best quality, and the best ski. I think that would be the best buy. The concepts are also a great ski. Line and K2 skis seem to have problems staying together. good luck.
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