So skiing is progressing at a scary-ass rate where double flips are starting to be looked at as if they are easy and that they are not good enough anymore. And more and more people are coming into the parks, trying to imitate what they see from the pros. Now the number of hoodrats are at their peak, but some of them can't even ski anything outside of the park.
So what I want to know is what you guys think a true skier really is. Are they people that ride their skis only in the parks, on urbans, and on the backyard setups? Or are they the people that can ride in the park, and then hold their own in the rest of the resort? Or are the only real skiers the people that can ski BC and huck 30 foot cliffs like its nothing?
Give us your opinion.
Personally i think its people that have all around skills. People who can throw down in park, but still go out and drop cliffs and ski pow.
And I did searchbar so sorry if I missed a thread that already talks about this.