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NegromancerBoth are good skis and are very similar, personally I would go with which ever one you could find cheapest. Just remember though you need stiff boots and overall body strength to actually butter not just slide around on the ground/revert, neither of these skis are extremely soft (which is a good thing) and they do require a bit of time and effort to get them flexing a lot.
GusacegammoSo what skis are extremely soft?
tsk94Soul riders all day homie
tsk94I don't like the idea of a tip rocker only in a park ski. The Soul Riders feel more balanced, low early rise both tip and tail, medium flex when new but definitely an be broken in to be as soft as you'd like. And for where I ski they are great to rip around the mountain in almost any condition too, then you can take them into the park and have a super playful, easy to use, park ski. And cause I said so..