For the East Coast, go with the Reno Rocker. Its a much happier ski back there. The bibby Pro is more of an all mountain rip tool, and its not symettrical like the Rocker. Meaning, in some ways, worse for park.
definitely softer than a tm, haven't felt the watch lifes though. its a super solid flex and would be a really fun park ski. i've been skiing the rockers all week though and have been having soooo much fun. bibbys are definitely maneuverable enough to throw around in the park though. for east coast i would go with rockers
Definitely soft like a rocker SHOULD be, but totally built well this season. Last year, they were probably a bit TOO soft.. especially for the heavier riders. I would say about as soft as the line invader.
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about the flex.. I can't really compare it that well. I'm goign to say slightly softer than a bacon. What I've come to like about the ski is that if you want to ski it like a soft ski you can make it butter and play it because of the rocker but the flex is solid enough that it will rip through anything when you start to charge through shit and it holds of super well in deep.. even at center. I would recommend it at center for those skiing more park and -3mm for anyone who's going to rip. It really is designed to be skied at 3 back.