Get Domains I promise you will not regret it. Ive been on both skis and for the price domains are much more worth it. I was in the same boat as you and CHOSE DOMAINS FOR HOW I LIKE TO RIDE
.We could have completely different riding styles which is why I bolded those words .They will ride how you want them to. The fact they're symmetrical makes switch riding just as easy as forwards. Topsheets are super durable too and Ive had minimal top sheet chipping . The flex pattern and rocker helps with butters, press, swaps and all sorts of stuff. I couldn't notice a different in weight but both were mounted with fks so that might be the problem. I thought they would be terrible for jumps because they are rockered and flexy but they completely hold their footing on big jumps. If theres some fresh snow you can float right on top of it without a problem and bob through the tree if you feel like it.The rocker really helps on days where its crud or corn. It keeps my from pushing through the stuff or hooking my edges and instead I stay right on top of it. My only problem is I have a lot of edge cracks on mine but thats completely normal for park skis. Luckily none of them have pulled out.
Sparknotes-My vote is for Domains. Im 6'3 175lbs and they were not overly flexy. One of the best skis Ive ridden for the price.
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