I want a ski that can float in the soft stuff, drop a ten foot cliff, but then be fun as a jib ski too. I already own thalls as my main park ski so it dosent have to park focused just park able. the main focus should be all mountain with enough width to float in east coast "pow" what do you think I should get ns? btw I'm 5'10" 145 lbs, advanced park novice all mountain skier.
yea I should have mentioned I'm thinking line blend, Nordica soul rider, volkl bridge, possibly Scott Dozer? idk much about the last one if anyone has any info I'd love to hear it. also as much as I'd fucking like to consider jmo's or like L-toros, the price is realistically too damn high
went with last years atomic access, it's directional and stiffer then I previously thought I wanted, but I realized if I'm actually gona being them to the mountain I'll probably be skiing all-mountain the whole time except like 3 late day park laps, so why not just get something that's actually good for variable conditions. plus it has a tail and is of medium flex, so it could be brought in the park if I want. what have you guys heard/think of this choice?
Solid choice. I've never ridden them but they seem like a solid choice according to specs. I would say maybe throw some AT bindings on them and hit that EC BC.
What size did you get? The atomic Access is on Evo.com right now on sale and I might by a pair if I can find out the true length.
inb4 everyone scrutinizes me for overkill but Surface new lifes. ride them in maine and they kill it, perfect for busting through crud and super super playful everywhere, plus they stomp any drop you can find out here