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tomPietrowskiTake a look at the blizzards. somthing like the peacemaker could be a good option. Stiffer then most of the floppy all MTN twins out there and I was findin I could really hook up the edge on them.
Jeroen13They do look really good, but those would be $900 with shipping just like the kartel's. So excl. bindings which is a bit much to be honest.
tomPietrowskiCheck these out. Same ski just last years graphics but they are like $450.
Jeroen13I know there are a lot of threads about this, but i couldn't find the answer to my question so..
I am looking for a new all mountain ski, 30% park (mostly kickers) 30% pow 40% everyhting else. Right now i have the Volkl Step 171 which is a little short but still perfect for park and good for going fast, but for everything else it's not that great.
I like to charge really hard down the groomers so i'm looking for ski that's stiff, but not too stiff cause i would like to be able to butter sometimes.
When searching trough similar topics i saw a lot of people who recommended the on3p kartel 106, which looks groot, but incl. shipping it would cost me like $900 excl. bindings which is a little much.. So do you guys know any other ski that would be almost the same? (or a good dealer near the Netherlands)
was maybe thinking about Faction 2.0/3.0, k2 shreditor 102/112, Line SFB?
I'm 180cm tall (5'11) and about 75kg (165lbs)
Aevs32I have the exact problem. I've been looking for ages for a pair of all mountain twins that can carve well and rip groomers but all be able to butter and Ollie all over the mountain at ease... My boss at my work (ski centre) said to me that the 2016 Line SFB will be too soft for me because I used to be a racer. I'm 186cm and 90kg lean.