ive narrowed my choice down to these two skis, im currently skiing on 05-06 pe's and im looking for something a little less stiff. im 5'3 and 130 lbs. i heard on ns that the chronics were less stiffer than the pe's so i was leaning a little more to the chronics than the addicts because its easier to find them and theyre cheaper. but today i saw a guy at my mtn and he said that his chronics were stiffer than the pe's he had so now im not sure what to get, how are the addicts compared the the pe's? stiffer? i ski in new jersey all the time sometimes pa which isnt much different, i never ski powder all i ski is basically 90 or 95 percent park and the rest all mtn. if theres a different pair of skis that you think would be better for me just say them
alright dude i ride chronic wides and im like 120lbs. so yes theyre stiff for me but less stiff then pe's. iv demoed them before both 07 and 06 and i can say chronic are less stiff, more poppy and just way more fun with a sick graphic. and addict theyre really hard to find. at `130 i think the wides would be perfect for you, really. i ride mine in park all time and they are soo stable and nice for rails cuz they are very very light. much lighter then pe.
and i ride 159's right now, theyre the same exact height as me and im still growing which means ill have to go with 167 chronics would that be too big on me? and the addicts i can get in a 163 which would still be a little big on me but i would be ok with that
What do you mean? Like where is the recommended mounting point? My wides are my park skis, they are greatspinng and on rails mounted at recommended, and are still good when it starts dumping on what I thought was a park day........
All line skis last years or older have pre-drilled inserts. If you want to use them, you have to use the Line reactor binding, which they no longer make. But if you wish to drill them with any other binding, the inserts do not interfere at all as they are directly under foot. I have no Idea how far back from center they are