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1kewldewdI have yles and they are pretty cool. I don't think they are the best as a powder ski as I found they were somewhat lacking in float sometimes do to their low rocker. I found they worked best for skiing crud or just all mountain skiing. They carve great and are really stable. My brother has crjs and he doesnt think they carve that well but they carve that well. He also doesnt find them that stable. So if you want to charge more or care about hard snow performance go yle but if you want more surfiness go crj
1kewldewdmy yles are mounted at -2. I probably just thought they didnt float that well because I was coming off of moment ghost chants.
1kewldewdI have used the yles for touring and they do have way better grip then the ghost chants and are pretty good for that part but they are also not super light and will probably be noticeably heavier then your one lifes.
Scotty_BoyI got the CRJs at 180 last season and loved them immensely. I liked their shape and tricks came easy to me on them. At 115mm in the waist they didn't float incredibly well in 18 inches or more of fresh. So maybe go a bit fatter with a Caylor or something
Scotty_BoyThe K2 pettitor maybe, if I remember right they're pretty symmetrical. The bent Chetler's probably have a decent swing weight. I can't really remember many pow skis off the top of my head. And why limit yourself to only skis with camber?
Al.CaponeWhat made you put quiver killers on them? Is the downhill performance that much better at the resort? I've never used quiver killers but I've heard they're heavier and not really as ideal as having an AT binding that you use on resort days but I could be wrong, just getting into touring next season.