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All Mountain BEAST
xjakedavisI haven't heard much about these at all! How does the triple camber go?
From http://www.momentskis.com :
"Triple Camber Technology adds twin micro-cambers within the center camber of the ski, restoring pop to the tip and tail and stiffening the overall profile of the ski while maintaining the loose feel of a rocker / camber design. In powder, the low center and rockered ends allow you to float and slash. On hardpack, the micro-cambers bite with focused pressure into the snow, making the shorter effective edge more effective in the turn. In variable conditions, Triple Camber adds confidence without making the ski sluggish or hard to initiate. Triple Camber Technology will take your skiing to the next level. Its the best of all worlds."
ZypherUhh I aint about to do some fancy shit like the guy above me but ill recommend the Line SFB. Ive wrote a couple things on here saying that they didnt hold edge well and blah blah blah but after some more time on them (Nearing 40 days) I love them. They are 108 underfoot and fucking rip all mountain but fucking slay the park because they are light af and buttery. They are DEFINATELY not noodles like the shredator by any means but they have a mid flex that gives you the jibby feeling i like in a ski. I have mine mounted at Pollard's recommended (Between traditional and center) and they behave like a park ski (even thought they arent) which is kind of what I wanted. That being said, I have seen a bunch of dudes slay the west coast parks on SFBs and they hit shit no problem.
To conclude, this one ski quiver will do everything, park, all mtn, and pow and will definitely be a fun ski no matter what you do with it.
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Caucasian_AsianDepends on were you plan on skiing in Canada. It's a big place, with many different mountains.
KravtZWas ridiculously surprised at how well my surface outsiders crushed all mountain riding from groomers to 2+ ft of pow. Was a skeptic of the rocker but they are insanely fun. Especially in deeper snow/soft spring slush.
xjakedavisThe rocker looks nuts on those sticks. Ta for the suggestion