So I need some help choosing the right ski, I am 15 years old, 5,6, and like 125 pounds, the ski i am looking for is a straight park ski but i do about 60 jumps/ 50 percent rails, so right now i am looking at the:
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yeah id say go with maybe the chronics or anthems prob the best ski for jumping also with pretty good durability but its really your choice you should also keep in mind how much flex you will want for the 40% rail tricks you will be doin
youre like me bro, really light weight. unless you like stiff skis, steer clear of them walls and suspects, theyre some of the stiffest twins on the market. id go for something like an ar6 if you want a medium flex ski that can do anything except for pow, or the thall and LTE if you want something a little more soft, but will put a little larger dent in your wallet. and if you want something symmetrical, look at the new k2 disordorlys (theyre pretty soft) or the line anthem
id say punx, demod them and they skid very well, or 0N3P blue steele, have not skid them yet, but heard nothing but good things about them.
how bout alpha 2s? good for carving off of jumps.
ya and anthems are really nice wider skis.
this, they're really durable and symmetrical too so they're dope everywhere. They did make them a bit softer this year too.
Or, get the afterbangs, after seeing them in person and going through a lot flexing and pushing and everything it's a really good, light ski, that's soft, but not too soft (I hate noodles), and seems VERY durable. I've got a pair coming to my house soon.
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