Here in Sweden they are selling the K2 Fujative quite cheap so I'm intrested in this skis capabilities. I'm skiing qiuite alot powder maybe 40% (or as much as I can find), park 30% and the rest on the usual slopes. I
I'm a light skiier and pretty short and like soft skiis. As the fujatives are pretty wide, 85mm if i remember right, the should handle pretty well in Pow also.
Has anyone tried this ski in pow and to you guys think this ski could be OK for me?
Stealths have simlilar dimesnsions, having a shorter turning radius, and a better all mountin flex pattern, and there not crazy over priced.
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