a ski with maybe 5 mm of camber under food just for a little edge control, but fully rockered tip and tail symetrical 118-88-118 in a 186-190 length...Super buttery, as noodly and poppy as possible. AKA- the reno jib
b-kulits just what i prefer. main reason is i feel like it offers more support is i get to far forward or back. also i find it more poppy and lively but it may just be the selection of skis I've tried.
I agree with you! Just wondering, I was debating getting the Filthy Riches as there is quite a bit of rocker in the ski. However I ended up recently pick up Surface Lab 002's (Full Camber)
"If your not building an atom bomb, your a pussy" -Steve Stept
K2 recoil is your typical camber park ski for comp skiers and those who like a poppy clean looks to their skiing. This is by far my favorite design theyve made and i wish i copped a pair.
The other side of the spectrum is a rockered park ski for a more flowy buttery style. These are the skis i rode this year and they were unreal. funnest ski ive ridden by miles.
i started freestylin' today, it's really cool, easier than i thought, first i did a switch d-spin 180 onto an s rail- d-spin out. then i hit chads gap and zero spun the , i got picked up by all of the ski companies out there, sunday i ride rossignol; tuesday is K2; wednesday is armada; thursday is head; friday is line; and saturday is salomon. so as you can see freestylin' is quit easy for me
100% symmetrical, really stable underfoot but buttery towards tip and tails, fat edges that won't catch or break, slight rocker at both ends, and like rather on the skinny side, lets say 91mm at 1.64m... yes I'm small, that's why I'd love to have these dimensions...
basically a modified Scott Jib TW... it's pretty skinny, but almost too skinny, almost symmetrical, has slight nose rocker, is a stable ski but buttery in the nose and tails, and the edges hold up pretty good, but the ski only comes in 1.58 and 1.68, one too short one too big haha