there are plenty of skis out there to choose from, but i have a pair of ar7s and they ski pretty damn well on the groomers. Search around on the google machine for a cheap pair of this years that are on clarence
"Man, you know what your problem is? You got no juice."
afterbangs if you looking for a cheap first ski, or halos/ar7's depending on how much your planning on dropping on them. make sure you get them center mounted, dont buy solomon skis whatever you do.
Iíve said it before, but whoever designed our bodies wasnít keeping in mind all the dope shit we wanted to do with them! -TJ
"Gapers and park go together like chinese food and pudding."-ILLinoisance
"I love how they can't speak english so they have to communicate in Wutang."
Agreed with these guys for sure. I'm in the same position as you, just ordered my AR7's from an end of season sale. Enless you're gonna be skiing purely park, i'd mount them at -2.5 from what i've heard. It'll make them carve far better on the groomers and you wont be able to notice the difference in swing weight. I'll be mounting mine at -2.5
i reccomend buying used for your first park ski. then when you know what what you want in a ski,i.e stiff, flexy, ect. then you sould buy new. so you don't drop 5-600 dollars on skis that don' fit your style