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Moment Ghost Train vs Armada Magic J
Hi, I'm an advanced level 3+ skier living in the pacific north west looking for a pair of stiff, fat skis. I currently have a pair of the 2013 Blizzard Gunsmokes and now am deciding between the Moment Ghost Train, the Armada Magic J and maybe the Surface Lab 001. Anyone with experience on any of these?
Neither the Ghost Train nor the Magic J is particularly stiff...
Not sure about the Lab 001, though.
I own the magic j in a 190. I wouldn't call it stiff. It is stable at speed, super manuverable, I mean like holy shit easy to throw around for a ski almost 130 underfoot and 190 in length. It kicks ass on a deep day, and can handle chop at speed, but is not necessarily awesome in super nasty chop (maybe I'm just spoiled by the Blizzard Bodacious when it comes to chop). I really like the fact that you can let them run as fast as you want and almost immediately shut them down. They ski best with a slightly centered stance. I weigh 200lbs, ski Tahoe, and can ski pretty comfortably anywhere at kirkwood that doesn't require large mandatory air, for reference.
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On3p caylor. I actually have a pair of 191s I'd sell you... Pm me /shameless self promotion.
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