So I am looking for a Big-Mountain Pow ski and I have found these two and I would like some help deciding. I am 130 lbs, 5'10", 16y/o. I ski A-Basin, Breck, Keystone, with a few days at Telluride, Crested Butte, and Wolf Creek. I ski aggressively and want this ski to to hit drops, natural features, perform in light pow,wet pow, and still be manageable in trees, crust, chunder, and groomers back to the lift.
The Blister Gear Review praised how the Bibby excelled in powder and the days after powder, and how they did surprisingly well in trees. The in the review of the AK JJ, it noted how the regular JJ had some problems with tip dive, but overall were a very good ski. However I haven't really found many reviews on the JJ that are as in depth as Blister
Some other things that I am considering are that the Bibbys have better base and edges while the JJs are lighter(unsure on this one) and the 1/2 cap construction is a plus. Also I have heard conflicting reviews on Moment's durability.
+k for help
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