well good fellow i expect to be skiing with you quite often with them hellbents and i expect to see quite a few pretzels and insane butters with those badboys and 600$ for hellbents is prime can wait to ski again
a friend of mine from new england was driving through georgia on a road trip and he ends up getting pulled over for speeding. the cop goes "son you were goin 80 in a 60. no one goes that fast through georgia." my friend responds with "well, Sherman did"
well even though the bents and the lizzis are pretty similar, from the searchbaring and research i did the bents sounded to be a touch softer and a bit more rockered...but the truth of the matter is that ever since i saw the new hellbents this year it was love at first sight. when i saw the buttering and pressing thrown down on them in vids and pics i knew i needed these skis in my life. I thought about them all day and dreamed about them at night. Im not even joking lol. So i basically had my little heart set on them and no other ski would fill the seemingly bottomless void in my heart.
oh, and I'm also going to pick up a pair of park skis for this season, so the bents won't be my only ski. probably gonna get the new urban punx, they were my ski this season and i loved them.
ugh, ok, sounds like you care more about how your gear looks then how it performs, and good luck, hopefully you get lucky and enjoy the way they ski, I did a few laps on them and thought they were alright, amazing in the trees, so so on the hard pack(better then expected though)
first off, if your talking about ep pros... which i think you are, your horribly mistakin.... ep pros are a bit softer than the bents and they have the same exact rocker with a slightly different shape (eps get fatter earlier)
the above poster was referring to the elizabeths and the sir franics bacons, both really fat pow/park/all mtn. skis that aren't rockered but are both really soft, really light, and tons of fun
wait did you say your from the east coast? why do you even need those, thats ridiculous, I live on the east coast and I know we get snow but not that much. personally i think you have a tiny cock, and need to make up for it
and dude...it doesn't matter if you're rich, or that they're sick in powder or that they can press. It's going to be damn hard to learn new tricks with these skis in the park. If you wanted a rockered ski that could press everything you should have checked out the moment reno jibs. I mean, it's hard enough to launch anything past a 540 on them anyways...
but have fun in Utah or wherever you're going, just seems like a kind of a ripoff to me.
I hope you'll get the chance to hit enough powder to appreciate it, if you're riding Avila, your pass be good for Jay Peak
ps: I think I saw you last NS office party, weren't you one of the guys with the trenchcoat and the scarf? I'm the one who arrived late with my friend, we threw rocks at the window so they let us enter
i don't really plan to try and launch anything more than a 540 on them anyway...and i considered the moments but they just weren't really what I wanted....and when you're as rich as I am, nothings a ripoff!! Especially not insanely sick awesome skis like hellbents!