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While it may not be super stiff, it can still easily hold it's own on jumps. People get too narrow minded thinking they need the stiffest ski out if they are hitting mostly jumps. I've seen plenty of people hit 60+ footers with Punx, LTEs, REcoils, Halos, Domains, Thalls etc...,
and none of those are stiff skis. You can have a ski that is playful and easy to jib with, but will still hold its own on larger jumps
haha its funny that you mentioned that. Believe me, I know that you can hit jumps with softer skis, but OP is asking for a stiff ski for jumping ONLY. Not jibbing. My friend has 2 LTEs and he loves them for everything. they are a great ski, just not a stiff ski. I also have experience with noodles and I was fine on 50 footers. You should just think about what the question at the beginning was, not what you want to answer. That being said, I do agree that people are too narrow minded, after I broke my noodles in a month, I got a Pair of AoS and everyone is saying they are gona be planks and they are too heavy and they arent good skis for someone who isnt 180, but they are great, semi-soft skis that you can do anything with as long as you know how to use them. I can butter just as much as any other person on the mountain and the heft of them gives you more confidence at speed and in those sketchy landings.