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Another ski suggestion thread
hey guys, my friend needs new skis for this season and he doesn't have an NS account so i said i'd make a suggestion thread for him. He is a beginner in the park but is fairy comfortable all over the mtn. He is 150 pounds and 5'9 he would be doing around 60-70% park this year, he wants something that is wider for all mtn and pow but still suitable for park. will be used mostly on rails and jumps no bigger than 35 ft, so it could be soft.
k+ for helpful responses, thanks!
Armada Ar7s. I really don't need to explain myself. Btw you can find some of the older models for dirt cheap and they are brand new.
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You ever think about what happens when you send your skis to get mounted? Some random guy is there doing fucked up stuff to them. He's caressing them and then straight up drilling them hard and keeps on screwing until he's finished. And when your skis come out, they are no longer virgins.
For all mountain/park people typically go with something around 100mm in the waist, like the Blends, Soul rider, Kartel (everyone seems to love this ski), Al Dente, and L-Toro.
Does he want a soft ski, mid stiff, or stiff? Depending on flex, and what waist he is ideally looking for, he could go for Faction 1.0, Kartel 98, Blend, ON3P FR, Icelandic Da Nollie/Nomad, Al Dente/AR7, and possibly Jskis whip it/all play.
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Swandog7Does he want a soft ski, mid stiff, or stiff? Depending on flex, and what waist he is ideally looking for, he could go for Faction 1.0, Kartel 98, Blend, ON3P FR, Icelandic Da Nollie/Nomad, Al Dente/AR7, and possibly Jskis whip it/all play.[/QUOT
mid to sof flex.ideal wait could be anywhere from 90-100.
Check out the HG stinger. Such a good ski and fits what your looking for well I think
bump, thanks for replies so far
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