Ok yeah... East Coast sucks, but thats where I live so i'll deal with it. I need a good park/pipe ski capable of skiing out west. Teneightys were my first thought but ive heard from many people that they suck. I'm also looking at AR5s and Fujatives. I'm about 160lbs, 5'11' and a real agressive skier. What can handle all the ice and shit I throw at it?
What do you mean by Mike Nick Pros aren't skis? But yeah, I ride them up at places like Mount Snow and Okemo (don't get march farther north 'cuz I live in CT) and they've been freakin' awesome. Mine scratch easily but it's all just cosmetic. They seriously are a great East Coast ski!
FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT TO SKANK!
Emo kids don't cry because they're sad all the time, they cry because they have to listen to that horrible music all the time. I'd cry if i had to listen to that whiny music over and over and over....wouldn't you?
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moships for east coast? you're crazy. Just find a ski you like. These people will only toss personal opinions which don't help much. Demo skis, hold skis in your hand and flex them. A ski should stand out above all. Consider price, flex, radius, construction (cores, edges) and THEN consider everyone elses reviews. The choice is yours.
If you are not as good as a lot of the people on this site then you will most likely notice a lot of the flex or the weight of the ski compared to the others. not until u are really good will that so pick a ski that you think looks really cool right now. Then when you get better you pick a ski that better suits your preferences
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