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they are both on sale for really cheap and i put both on hold for tomorow and i am not sure which ones i should get. Lots of people told me not to get AR6 because they break really easily even a guy in the store and i have been told go get the fugatives by lots of people. but some people also say the AR6 are amazing but i want a ski that will last 2 years. What should i do?
Well what do you do, you gotta give some info man. If your just out to get a pair of skis the AR6 is more likely to be useful. If you do almost all park get the fujatives, more all mtn get the AR6. Whoever said the AR6 breaks easily needs to learn to clear the jumps, or go cry in a corner, as far as I'm concerned Armada is still about as solid as it gets. And now I cant go back but I thought you said 240 for the fujatives, dont spend that until you search them in froogle or something and find them for 214 becuase i think that deal is still out there.
i usually just ride park, in the park i mostly hit rails not so much jumps because i really like rails. i go to whistler once a year and there all i rode was park. so i guess i should get the fugatives. have your AR6 been starting to break at all?
i dig my ar6s but they aren't anythin special, if you are on a budget (particularly if this is your own money not your rents') just go with the fujas since you said you ride mostly park anyway. then you'll have more cash for other gear, and I dont think fujas would disappoint you in the park.
fuck now i cant get them today maybe tomorow but now i am thinking the fugatives and it is there money but they are not going to spend a lot of money but the AR6 are going for only $100 more then the fugatives or something like that
I love my Fuja's but the AR6's will be slightly better for all mountain. You can get Fujatives at www.evogear.com for $199 right now and free shipping too I think. This year's Fujatives are a very solid ski though.
is this whole camber loss thing true? seems really weird to me a ski would lose camber like that. i'd assume heavier people would kill the camber more, i'm 5'10 150, if i get some 179s im assuming they'll last a while?