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both skis are good...and they will both have their advantages. they are both very versatile skis. but the 1080's are noticably lighter and have more flex than the PE's making them good for park riding.. the PE's are also a good park ski but the design also makes them an efficient all mountain ski as well. keep in mind when looking at the Public enemies that they will be significantly longer since K2 measures them from the ride surface whereas 1080's are measured tip to tail. These are both nice ski's and I'm sure that you will be happy with either one...as for the difference in price...it has nothing to do with the quality of the ski, just the difference of manufacturers. I'd personally go with the Public Enemy just for their versatility and bullit proof design...so it's all down to personal preference...good luck man, I'm sure you'll be happy with either
i saw someone getting ready to hit a rail switch on pes and the tail gave out. I have never seen a pair of 1080s break, and my friend goes on rails alot and they are still in good condition. I am probably gonna buy them next year, i ahve troublemakers as of now
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i ride PEs and my friends is on the 1080s, I feel my PEs are holding up to rails better ie less rounding off ther edges as quickly but mt friend has hit more rails than I have they both seems to be good skis, if you want light weight go with the 1080 if you want something cheaper and in my opinion equal get the PE
the magazine is called 'POWDER' cool! - my stupid non-skiing friend