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ON3P filthy rich
all park skis that I trust, but to be accurate with my reccomendations, id need to know you're height, weight, experience level, etc.
EARLYBIRDSYa thanks dog, btw I'm 5'11 147lbs and can do basic rail tricks I.E. k-fed, 4 out. For jumps can do like 50-60 ft ones like 7s and rodeos and stuff so definitely want a stiffer ski.
Brule.The ON3P Prester might be a better choice ski-wise for what you can do.
EARLYBIRDSIs that one stiffer than the filthy rich?
BWalmerThe Prester is a stiff, cambered park ski. It was designed because the team wanted a ski to hit really big jumps with. I was using it as my main park ski most of the season this past season and I actually really enjoyed it on rails as well as jumps. I just prefer a stiffer park ski. The FR is a medium stiff park ski, but the rocker profile makes them feel softer in the tip and tail. It can certainly handle 50-60ft jumps with no problem, but the Prester is going to hold an edge a bit better and be even more stable on those bigger jumps.
.lenconWait, what's wrong with your da'nollies?
.lenconIcelantic has a sick warranty Id take advantage of
EARLYBIRDSAhhh not too bad of an idea, u know if it still works if I didn't buy them directly off icelantic site?