Yes, another buttering thread. I'm wondering which one is better for buttering? And I want to know the pros/cons of both of these skis. And I can get these both at around the same price so price isint a concern.
Henrik did land is first nose butter dub on the arv's, I've also heard that buy the end of the season some peoples arts will develop a reverse camber since they are so soft. Both are great choices for butters and jibbing.
the soul rider in the edit above has been purposefully broken in to be that soft... it doesnt come that way out of the wrapper. with that said, it's my favorite ski in that waist width and maybe of all time... go figure.
they are a medium flex... after about half a season they get to be fairly soft. depending on how u ski. even at the medium flex the low-rise rocker makes them ski looser than the flex would suggest, still making them easy to butter around. if you are considering them, i would do it... u wont be let down.
Oh right, just noticed that after Checking it out on the armada site, I'll probably get the soul rider then. I feel like the el dente will be hard to get and I might just get a last years model of soul rider for cheap if I can.
I just want a ski that will be best for flexing
Yeah and to add to the discussion, rossignol slat, I search barred and literally nothing came up. Does anyone know anything about these skis cause what I've seen is that they seem pretty similar to the skis talked about.