I own a pair of 186 Billy goats and they are my go to powder ski. Should of put that before. I've seen the Kestle west 110 and looks sick except for the fact I
rarely go switch in pow. I might try to pick up a pair if I can find
some cheap used ones at the Aspensnowmass Rental gear sale in Nov. Only reason I'm considering getting a pair is cause how awesome they sounded in the Blister gear review.
I only own two skis right now. BGs and Ar7s. Thinking about selling the Ar7s and making this ski my allmnt.
Reading up on the Faction Soma. They say it have STP technology but I don't even understand what they mean by that. Can anyone explain to me how pressing waves in to a ski benefits it? Heres quote from Faction about STP tech but I have yet to decrypt it. Like how does pressed wood make the ski lighter?
STP TECHNOLOGY /
Introduced for the first time last year, STP is a proprietary technology developed by Darius Roziak at NBL, used to
press a small wave into the length of the ski. This lets us use less wood and
create lighter, easier-to-ski products with above-average edge hold & torsional
Check it out on the new Soma.