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Line Future Spins, 4frnt Wise, or 4frnt Switchblades?
I'm trying to choose between these three skis. I'm an advanced skier on and off piste, but a complete beginner in the park. I'm just starting to get comfortable off larger jumps and skiing switch. I mostly ski Mammoth and Big Bear in SoCal. I'm 5'10 and weigh 150. I plan on using these skis in the park and I would also like to use them as a carving on piste ski as I believe they are all better suited to the task than my K2 Shreditor 102's. I'd like to learn 360s and maybe some basic rail stuff.
Could you guys give me some suggestions and explain your thinking to me?
switchblades are my favorite. definitely recommend
The Wise is a sick ski as well but it's got a ton of camber (like insane camber) and is better suited as a pipe ski.
switchblades for sure man!!! Like mentioned earlier the wise is a super sick ski but its primary focus is the pipe or slaying the nine knights hip.
Never ridden Them but the wise are a super stiff ski from what ive seen. Pipe and huge jump slayers need to be, so if your looking for a super solid stable park/pipe ski go with it.
shred or die
The wise really is a pipe specific ski. It would be overkill and honestly just not that fun to ski it around anything else other than carving hard. I use it as my pipe ski and really wouldn't ski it anywhere else.
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