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Hey I've been skiing all my life since age 4 , I'm 5'7 125 lbs and am looking for a park/mid-pow ski. The chronics look sick. Just what I want. Does the early rise help them float in pow? They are light weight, and easy to spin. I got introduced to park last year, And was wondering if this will be a good ski in and out of the park. I live in the NW where snow can be crud, or powder and I would love a one ski quiver is that can handle both but mainly park,trees and groomers and slight powder. Any response is great. I am also looking in to the line blends. But hear they chatter at high speeds, and I love to go fast! Any response helps
both are awesome skis if you're skiing mostly hard pack i suggest the chronic if you want more all around get the blend
Ok cool but can the chronics ski powder at all? I do t men like 3 feet of fresh, but can they float at all on like 6 inches? And don't the blends have serious chatter?
noo kieran mcslay skied the blends for years in the park only. line chronics dont do great in pow. i suggest the blends for a more unique style in the park and youll have no trouble in pow
I skied on chronics last year and they're solid in the park and ride fine in pow. Unless you care a whole lot about pow performance, I'd go with chronics.
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