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Everyone I have ever talked to says hands down they are the one true do all ski. I'm sure they'll be awesome.
Hell, I'm looking to get a pair for patrol use here in Mammoth.
I hear some new things about the JJs here.. I am getting this years JJ's but next years get better topsheets, bases and edges?? What is better about them?? But how are this years topsheets, bases and edges?? Not bad right?? I wont be taking them on rails, will only use it for bc stuff..
+ karma for those who have the right info.. thanks
btw: next years designs suck.. :(
Nope, not right...
Edges are still 1.7 for next years and the base is still the 50/50. The only thing that changes is the core from a Ultra Light to an Ultra Light/ Hybrid core and the new top sheet wich is a textured top that feels like corse grit sandpaper with out the grit to it.. Kinda cool but it doesn't hold stickers...
and the are a bad-ass ski. The only ski I ski now.. Even for groomers on days that its straight crud or coral.. a every-day go-to ski!
does anyone know where to get the 2010's now??
The JJ simply rips. Tight turns or big mountain...um buy a pair..really. I picked these skis up at the beginning of the season from the advice of trusted friends, the local shop and an Armada rep. I was looking for a 1 ski quiver and could hardly believe that 115 under foot could really pull it off for all conditions, especially ice. Let me tell you, they dominate in all conditions from pow, mank, crud and groomers. The only place they dont "shine" is on the ice, but really, what fat ski really does and are you really going ski when there is no fresh snow. The best ski I have ever skied and highly recommended.