title says it. i wanna get new skis for christmas, but unfortunately EVERY ski i look at has some sort of rocker. i dont want rocker in my park skis, rocker should be for powder only.
please help me find a pair of 180 + cm park skis that have ZERO rocker. i like regular camber please and thank you. also, i like something wider than 90 and this is where the problem comes in because apparently anything more than 90 underfoot means its an "all-mountain" ski and therefore requires "all mtn rocker" or "all terrain rocker" or "everyone else has rocker so our company is doing it too rocker"
am i taking crazy pills or is anybody else on my side on this issue?
line chronic. maybe. idk. also why do u care so much.
"I lost my virginity at cheerleeding camp. He just walked into my tent. Boom... alien invasion."
What is with these children and their hingerboppin shenanigans you know. Im trying to practice my balance on the orange oval trails when some flaming' kid with his double curved feet swords comes flyin' by me at 5000 cm/sec backwards. Next thing i know he's doing a whirly boop backward full flip kamikaze grab
Maybe you shouldn't be so close minded about rockered park skis. I have K2 Domains and the rocker definitely makes being surface swaps easier and all around just making it easier to be quicker on my feet and more agile. I think you should consider rockered park skis. Just my opinion.
try to find some old big troubles for cheap. i used to love those skis, probably would be exactly what your looking for. But i agree with everyone else, rockered skis work great in park, if your really worried about it they make plenty of skis with very subtle rocker, or my personal choice is a ski with a decent amount of rocker but very little sidecut so you dont get the whole snowblade turning radius armada jj thing going on.
I've rode both and completely agree with OP for park skis. I want traditional camber, with no fucking rocker. Hell, i even think rocker's pretty over rated for pow skiing. It's nice if you're trying to float above the snow, but pow skiing is all about burying the tips. I have some obsetheds and there are times I love em, but there are times that I want to bury the tips and the rocker makes it impossible. OP i hear ya, stick to buying older skis but I really hope all ski companies don't head this direction