Shredditor 102 would be a good choice, but it has a way more directional rocker profile than the fujas did. IMO DON't even think about going bigger than 110, it's not worth it if you are going to be skiing ice coast hard pack most of the time on it. Armada al dente may be another good choice.
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I wouldnt go over 102 mm underfoot for the east coast. on your two trips out west, blends/pbj/jmo will be fine for boot deep powder. If you get lucky and it happens to dump 3 feet while your vacationing out west, then just demo a pair of fattys. You will not enjoy underfoot>105mm on the east coast. you can do it, but its not ideal.
well i remember awhile back collin collins posting about how great the 112s were and how they replaced the 102s as his one ski quiver. He used them all summer at hood in variable conditions including the park
I normally dont post in these threads because of my bias, but I would suggest the ON3P Jeffrey. 110 waist, camber, and near symmetrical tip and tail rocker. I think the video below speaks for the ski's versatility.
Luke Perin on the Jeffrey from ON3P Skis on Vimeo.
The sherdittor 112 sounds like the ski for you. I know that guys like Andy mahre were slaying it around the whole mountain last year. The only problem would be the height. Also check out the 4frnt YLE or daveststor they will slay for you as well
I ski on the east coast and ride on obsetheds. They are a little wide for the east coast, but hold up super well on groomers and crud. Super fucking buttery on the tips, but maybe not your best park ski. I do take them into the park just because its my one ski. You can get them like 80% off now just because they don't make them anymore
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