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Sorry about the misleading title, but my 03' scratches have about had it and I'm now in the hunt for a new pair. Keeping it under 400, what do you suggest is a light ski yet durable enough to survive quite an east coast beating?
Invaders are stable no matter what anyone else says. At high speeds they work fine, they can pull you through tight spots near death that I didnt think possible, even switch. It's just a bit loose in the tips, so if you land way backseat it tends to slide out (which can be quite fun riding in a manual doing turns) and the cosmetic delam gets on your nerves since most people get it. It's nothing to worry about, just EPoxy it or whatever. All around though, the most hated ski this season might be one of the best.
i mean i dont just occasionally go out of the park. its like 50/50 in park and then everywear else. and a ski thats designed to flex just wont work as well as a stiff ski when you are doing 45+ through chopped ip snow and wind buff. im not saying its impossible, just that i definatley have more conttrol with a stiff ski.