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if your just going to be doing jibs, rails that sort of thing invaders would be awesome. But they are very flexy which makes landing a tad difficult. I would prolly reccomend a more versatile ski so you can ski the whole mountain expecially since you are just starting park skiing
Hmm sounds like you should just buy a pair of last years skis on sale somewhere, and save yourself some money if you are just going to get new ones next year. Skogens are decent skis though. What size?
The invaders are a pretty forgiving, good performing park ski, they are great switch and light for spinning and well balanced, plus have good pop an dbutte really easily, but they ahve huge durability issues. My Brother got the 06-07 ones and the tips and tails of teh topsheets are chipped down to the wood, edge is starting to delam. on one of the tails, and there are 2 or 3 core shots in the bottom, which is really soft, slow material. Theya re really cheap though, so if its just for one season, shouldn't be too bad. I would definitely check out the Salomon Thrusters or SPKs and Volkl Walls, or something used if I were you. Also you might want to check out Moment Renos, Movement Kamasutras, or Liberty Larose pros if you want something not from a huge company.
yeah, i would get those Skogens used and ride 'em like you stole them. It is more environmentally friendly too, cause u are not increasing demand for a company to use resources to amke more new skis, if you know what I mean. Fujatives are pretty good but PE's are pretty heavy for spinning, great all mtn though. and tough.
well personally i think line makes the best park skis, and invaders are absolutley sick and have a legit price but seeing as you are just getting into park and you will probally be skiing some groomers i would go with fujatives.