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Help a Poor Misguided Soul
So, after riding on some old atomics for three years, I finally have enough money for some new skis. Stuertevans (ski shop in WA) is having a sale, so i need to know what kind of ski i should get. So, the problem is that i ski everything, backcountry pow bowls to hardpacked terrain. I only have enough money for one pair of skis, and i do want something twin tipped. Can anyone help and give me some suggestions?
BC Scratch is the perfect all around WA ski, even though they are ugly.
Its not how good you ski, but how good you look in the lift line that counts.
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Dynastar little big fat. buy from freeskier108, he can get you a tight deal!!
pocket rockets or bc scratch
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last time it was so cool, i was walking outside and the grass kept saying ouch as i walked on it, and then i looked up and pulled a star out of the sky with my hand and took it apart
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Scratch FS or BC
BTW: Why does it matter if you do both Pow and hardpack? Everyone does it, doesn't mean you need some all round wicked ski, just get whatever one suits you the best. I'm going with the 1260s cause I want a small ski that's mid-fat.
Oops, i also meant to add that i do alot of terrian and backcountry jumps. I was thinking of 1080's, but the Rossi BC got some high scores from Powder Mag. Anyone ride them that would like to give an opinion?
get the scratch BC. powder also reviewed the 1080 and said it couldnt handle pow.
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concetps are great there stiff for backcountry and all mountian. plus they are one of the best parks skis around. buy the candides from five40guy or whatever his name is.there a great ski
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