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I'm curious as to what skis you guys have riden when you say the PE doesn't have pop. Not trying to make jokes, just wondering. I feel like I can load those suckers up in the tail and launch, but I probably weigh more than you do.
Yeah I LOVE my PEs everywhere... I'm 6'2 180 so I guess I'm kind of a bigger guy, and I can actually spin just as fast (sometimes faster) than my smaller friends who ride on Armadas, Rossi, and Line. My skis are def heavier than theirs but once you initiate the spin, I feel like I can rotate faster with all the momentum maybe? Plus I def can rip better outside the park than most of their softer skis... maybe I'm just used to them?
yea theyve got some pop. not much but some. i dont think theyre too heavy or stiff but they kinda are a little. i just skiied my brand new scott p3's today and after skiing super heavy and stiff skis, i can flex them easily. theyre stable at high speeds, light as hell but i cant really butter on them because theyre a little big on me so ill have to get used to that. but the pop is amazing i love my new p3's
i learned to do park on pe's they spin fine. i dont know how good you are but i learned 540's on them sooo easy. pe's are perfect for beginner/moderate park skiers. i loved mine and now i use em for urban and there still sick and poppy enough for me. i dont find i can spin any easier on my invaders. and if your just starting to ride park or are medium at park DONT GET INVADERS! if you bail alot during the day they will get trashed in a half a year and are way to flexi for you. go with the pe's or at least something with the same specs