so i just demoed some armada al dentes this weekend and i liked them alot but ive also been looking at the on3p filthy riches to. the filthy's are stiffer by a little bit more so they would be better for jumps and there skinnier underfoot and all around i think the al dentes are 98 underfoor and the filthys are 88. the armadas are cheaper but that really isnt an issue. i like rails more than jumps but i still hit some 40+ footers and people say that you wash out really easy on the al dentes. any input would be great or other ski suggestions thanks!
To be fair, Henrik is like 5'6" and rides 188cm skis....the length can really add stability, but obviously you need to be a special kinda person to be able to swing skis that size around like Henrik does.
all on3p are bombproof. i have a pair of 2010 jmos skied on for five seasons and top right edge on the right ski finally pulled out five inches today. other than that though ive never cracked an edge (skiing mostly rails) and the sidewalls and bases have a few dings and dents but nothing serious. i will likely never buy skis from another company if i can
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Maybe look at the jmo. I just got. A pair and tey feel very similar to the al dente. The main difference is the stmetrical rocker on the jmo. Th al dente does not have much if any tail rocker where a the jmo does. This will make the jmo a bit better all mnt switch. It may make landings in the park less stable though. Flex wise surprisingly they are similar. The jmo has a soft nose and mid flex tail. The al dente is slightly softer but not by much. I loved the aldente and really like the jmo. So maybe look at those too