we need a little more info
Well, it's that time again, grass is growing and lawns are being cut, mom's handin over the bank card and you're lookin for some sick new skis to help shred the gnar. sooo if you havent the faintest idea which ski will help you land your switch triple cork 1440 onto c rail, double switchup pretzel 810 out. here's what to do.
FIRST: GO TO A SHOP
- look at their stuff, ask questions, find a price range, get ideas.... GET STOKED!
THEN: LOOK ON GOOGLE
it's awesome, and has lots and lots and lots of information.
THEN (STEP 3) COME ON NS AND ASK US!
(after using the handy searchbar, located in the upper right)
we know a lot about skis, and love helping kids find sick sticks. but we don't know alot about YOU!
so here's what you do, when making a thread tell us all this stuff.
here's what it would look like if i were to post a thread asking for help on a new pair of skis.
(important stuff is in CAPS(!))
Hello, my name is Mike and I ski in the THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST (location). I am an ADVANCE TYPE 3+ SKIER (ability level) that skis everything. but, what I'm looking for in this future pair of skis is a ski that PERFORMS IN (POWDER)(TIGHT TREES) and I like (HITTING BIG CLIFFS AND GOING FAST!) (this is what you want out of a ski. I am 17 5'10, 170 pounds (your body type is important) and my BUDGET(!) IS no more than $700 without bindings.
so, lets recap, to recommend a ski for YOU, I need to know:
WHAT KIND OF SKI DO YOU WANT
But the s4s are great for the park all mtn mix you talk about bulletproof poppy great skis.
Same as this years scratch, unchanged design for like 8 years probably one of the best skis of all time.