Thanks for the replies so far!
B.GillisIf you're looking for quality and durability check out ON3P .. The Jeffrey 114 or 122 would be best for what you're looking for.
Here's a video of the skis performing in Japan as well
In regards to the ON3Ps they sound and look very desirable. I guess the only problem is shipping from the U.S. to my country. But I guess you can't compromise quality! Have you skier the 122's personally? If so I'd love to here more about them!
SweatyYetiLast year I tried the K2 Shreditor 112's. Fairly soft, so they were pretty fun to jib around on. Pretty versatile. I'd recommend them
Considering the k2 shreditors 112's I think they're a bit too "all mountain oriented" for me at this stage. Although, I have heard great things about them!
Swandog7Looks like a good list, and petty accurate for what you are looking for. Id maybe add the Jeffrey 112, I can't speak for how jibby it is but i can tell you they are bomb ass skis.
Two people mentioning the ON3P skis; there must be something good about them! At the end of the day I am looking for a more playful ski though!
veng_mI would recommend K2's shreditor line. something like the 112 as stated above or the 120's and even the 136. I know the 136 might sound like a bit much, after owning 13' hellbents (132mm underfoot) and seeing that the profile is similar, I can say that theyre not as bad on the hardpack as one may think. good luck bro and have fun this season! that's what its all about
I was deeply considering the 120's because they sound like a fantastic ski; but are they more of a hard charging big mountain line ski than a freestyle powder ski? I always thought 125+ was potentially too big, but I'm having second thoughts and maybe will consider some larger skis. Thanks man, I hope your season is sick as well.
Does anyone have feedback on the Eric Pollard Line collection?