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50KalOn3p billy goats.
ShireRatBlizzard gunsmoke, burly fuckin ski
GlacierGoathas anyone skied the volkl two or line sick day 125?
Profahoben_212125 seems too thick for big mountain to me. Id stick around 110 to 115 for a true all mountain ski.
Also from what i have heard about the volkl two is that is starts to fold up under variable snow, and doesnt like firmer snow too much. Never personally rode them though.
GlacierGoatI already have different styles of big mountain skis, On3p Vicik and Billy Goat for firm or soft charging, and K2 Shreditor 112 for messing around. I want a super fatty because I am moving up to mt baker for la nina (hopefully it happens). Ill also be skiing whistler atleast once a week.
The reason I ask about those two skis, is because theyre super cheap online right now. I didnt wanna start a new thread, and at the same time dont mean to threadjack. The Line Sick Day 125 is under $200, I may scoop up a set of those.
GlacierGoatK2 Shreditor 112 - Softest 5/10 flex
On3p Jeffrey 114 - 6/10 flex
Blizzard Gunsmoke - 6.5/10
The mordecai is slightly stiffer than the gunsmoke, probably a 7/10.
patagonialukeA few to check out:
ON3P Billy Goats
ON3P Jeffrey/ Kartel 116
ZypherThis. Just check out these skis in detail and you won't really need to see any others. ON3P is well, ON3P. I don't know a ton about the gunsmokes but I've heard that they are fun skis for what you're looking for. The Bibbys tho would be my choice if you don't like ON3P. Bibbys are definitely stiffer but will drop the gnarlyest of cliffs in the pow and shred the groomers back to the lift. Check out Blister Gear Review's review on the Bibby and you'll see what I mean.