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KneeDropAs someone skiing on the shreditor 102, sounds like the Bacon's are for you..
I consider it more of a "wider park ski".. SUPER, SUPER soft, buttery, playful.. with some inherent instability in choppy stuff.
I do enjoy it very much
KjellHow are the Shreditors in the park?
I'm looking for a ski that can shred the park but also hit some of the deeper stuff and these seem damn good for value and sheer fun everywhere..
I ski Head JO Pros at the moment and I love how stable and fast they are but want something a touch more versatile and buttery!
CONAIR_BUSCEMIIf you are skiing park a lot and the deeper stuff, definitely pick up the 102ís. They are pretty soft but not too soft. Hence, they are stable and if you put effort into your lean they can butter fine.
Though the 102ís are not going to be as good for the deeper stuff as the sfbs.
KjellSo the 102s will are reasonably good in the park too? My worry is hitting rails on them and wrecking the skis...
CONAIR_BUSCEMIHitting rails on any skis will wreck the bases. If you want them to last longer detune the edges but not crazy if you are using them all over the mountain.
Yeah, the 102ís do quite well in the park, Iíve seen a few edits where people slay on them. Iím not sure but the 2016 102ís might be different than the 2015ís. I think they are lighter and they donít have the rivets.
The SFBís slay and are very fun and responsive too, I just think youíll like the 102ís more.