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Moment pb&j vs line sick day 95
Need help on picking a ski. I am 6 feet and 150 lb. i ski at jay peak in Vermont each weekend. I am an advanced skiier but not expert. I ski I ton of trees so I need something that can turn fast and stop fast to slow down . I also ski alot of medium powder days and chopped up terrain.!i want something very playful and light but stable enough to rail groomers. Which ski is better for me?
Did you ever decide on a ski? I'm in the same boat and I'm looking at the same exact ski's. Seems like if don't ask for a park ski on here no one answers your questions.
The PB&J is a lot more twin tip.
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I agree. I've been on the PBJ's for three years now and they are fun in the park and all mountain but the sick day is a more all mountain specific ski. The PBJ has a looser feel and not real stable when hitting steeps that are tracked out. Hope this helps.
Yeah, but Jay Peak is more about tight tree skiing that steeps. Both skis are a great choice, the Sick day is more directional, while the PB&J is much more freestyle oriented. I would also take a look at the Blizzard Peacemaker, which is very playful and crushes it in everything. Perfect Jay ski IMO.
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I go to university pretty close to jay peak so I've spent a fair bit of time there and am pretty familiar with the terrain as well. I ski on moment pb & js and I can't rave enough about them. they are great on hard pack snow, float effortlessly on the deepest of deep days while also being able to rip right through tracked out conditions. they are great for dropping cliffs and sending it on the jump line and do exactly what a one ski quiver should. I'm not too familiar with the sick day by line so i'm not of much help there. I'm on season two of my moments and they have never failed me. hopefully this helps a bit.
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