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Has anyone got a chance to take a few laps on the 2014 ON3P Prester? It's a pretty new offering from ON3P with full camber, which is kind of new for them. I am thinking about dropping $ for a pair of 181cm and fks 140's. Just wanted to get a feel for how they ride as I have no way to demo.
Ohh and just in case anyone asks... I am 6'1" 175lb, All East Coast Man-made. Hit the biggest stuff my mountain has (which isn't that big lol), not on the rails too much, but also want to be able to ski some downhill and the bumps.
Great reliable and durable skis
Really can't go wrong with ON3P. As for how they ride, all I can say is expect them to be very stiff.
Max Morello is on te prestor and I was asking why he was riding this rather then the filthy. He basically sia the prestor feels more like a conventional park ski, so plenty of pop and a consistent edge. The filthy skis pretty differently due to the lrg rocker so if you are more used to full camber park skis the prestor would e a very good choice. They compare to the more mid stiff park skis I would say so your ar7 style rather then a thall for example.
Thanks for the advice. I ride Moment Vice now which are rockered. I am just intrigued by the 100% bamboo construction. I think that is rare for a cambered park ski. Should be poppy and responsive as hell.
I'm 6'2" and 185lbs. I got some 181 Presters towards the end of last season. I was originally hoping for 186's but with the lack of demand they were never produced.
The 181's have proven themselves to be more supportive for my size than I had anticipated which was a very pleasant surprise. They are stiff without being too stiff, yet are super poppy and playful.
I've had a blast on them for the few days I've spent on them so far. Looking forward to getting back on them this season.
If you're looking for a full cambered park ski, the Prester is a damn good one in my opinion. Let me know if you have any questions that I may be able to help with.
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