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El-Toros or G-Butters?
Im not sure between these two skis...any info about them compared to each other?
Weight? Flex? Which ones are better for medium jumps? Rails?
I'm doing like 60/40 park. And park info is all I really need to know.
Thanks in advance! K+ for good info
I ski both el-toros and g-butters in the park. I think you would be really happy on either ski. Both models are extremely durable, built well, playful, and reliable.
The l-toro is just a little heavier so the swing weight is a little slower. But then again the l-toros are a blast to have on a powder day.
ok, im not skiing much pow so i think i might go with the G-Butters... mostly park and i guess they have less swing weight.
G-butters are the way to go then if you're skiing park all the time. Such a fun ski!
ok great! i really appreciate you helping me out. do you know the weight? and are they flexible? ahha
I don't know the weight, but they are light so there's nothing to worry about there. They are called the g-butters for a reason. They have a great flex pattern. Have you ever seen a Delorme edit? They do the skis justice.
yeah i saw his newest one, "a walk in the park" but i was told he was using el toros...they ere still hella flexy tho
My two cents. G-butter are 100% park skis, L-toros are midfat backountry jib skis.
But L-toros great in park because they are extreme lightweight backcountry skis. They are lightest than many park skis.
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