I'm looking for a pair of park skis and I need some suggestions. First off these skis will only be used for park, as I have a pair of skis for out of the park. I'm 5'10 and about 160 pounds. I will be using the skis for mostly jumps and the odd rail. I need a ski that is stable at high speeds. My home mountain doesn't have a pipe so I don't need the skis to excel in the pipe. If you have a ski to suggest, say why and not just post the name of some skis. Thanks.
Anyways, I've been looking at the pipe cleaners for a while but they're are a little pricey. I've found a deal on a pair of 07 TM's /w bindings (px12) for $400 or should I wait and save till I can get the pipe cleaners?
Id go with Ar6's.
but if yur not going to be doin many rails. the pipe cleaner would be a good choice because the race base means you wont need to start from as far up. Stable at high speeds and got a good rating for park.
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That has got to be the biggest load of crap I have ever heard.
The race base is only as fast as the wax you use. Its more porus, so it holds more wax, hense, a faster ski. Granted, the base is a touch faster than the normal base Armada uses.
Rails really dont have anything to do with pipecleaners. Seeing how they have the same edges as the Ar6(2.5mm, I dont know why so many people say otherwise) so the durrability is par with the Ar6. The base is softer, but I know of many people who ride PC's on rails, and they do just fine.
With my most sincere regards,
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