^This, for kicking horse and revvy I personally would rather be on Jeffreys, but back at marmot basin, for park you may be wanting a lighter ski that's easier to get around. It may be worth noting that next season the Jeffrey steps up to 110 underfoot and the Jeronimo to 101, meaning the J'mo enters as an alternative to the Blend. So the first choice you want to make is between Blends and Jeronimo, out of the two, for the sake of pure durability I would go for the J'mo. Now you need decide whats more important deeper snow performance or park performance. The J'mo is more park oriented than the Jeffrey however it's deeper snow performance will not be horrible, likewise the Jeffrey will out perform the J'mo in deeper snow but it won't match the J'mo's park performance.
Yes I have experience with blends to back that up. I think if your getting a ski for groomers and some park laps a 108 underfoot is not needed. Do you have any experience with line blends? Or was this just for a blah blah blah made in america rant.
BTW I'm guessing your connected to on3p so your opinion is going to be a little skewed
If your going with on3p I would look into the jmo's as well as the jeffrey to see what best fits your needs. Either way I've heard great things about on3p skis if that's the company you prefer.
^HAHA. Why the fuck do you care what other people ski so much you fucking tard. I wouldn't brag that I've owned 9 pairs of skis from a company that's been around 6 years. You only sound like a fucking douche. I ski ON3P but your a fucking tool.
Well said, Line has always been good to me, and ON3P,
I bought a limited edition ON3P t-shirt for $549 and they threw in a pair of skis!!!