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All mountain ski that can shred the park too
I want an all mountain ski that i can still use in the park. Ive heard that the jeronimo is a really good ski but i also liked the bridge. Some other skis i kind of like but not sure if theyre good for park AND all mountain.
Heres the list; Atomic theory, Nordica el paco, Volkl bridge, Volkl gotama, Armada Ar7, Armada THall, Dynastar 6th sense, Nordica Ace of Spades, Volkl wall, And of course the ON3P Jeronimo
just a little feedback is all im looking for. what you guys think of my list and which skis specifically you like or dislike. im not exactly on a budget i would just prefer not to spend over $550 on a pair of skis without bindings.
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you would not regret getting jmos, ill just leave it t that
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I've never rode scimitars before but I'd assume they handle hardpack poorly do to their fully rockered profile. Just putting that out there but again, I've never ridden them. Probably the tits in crud/lighter pow though.
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Line Chronic's, they are amazing for almost anything mine have been through powder, park, and groomed and they have never failed me! I also heard from my friend who has the THalls that they are a really good all mountain and park.
They do kinda suck on hardpack and ice, especially if you detune underfoot since that's the only part of the ski that touches the ground.
I'd say either Jmos or Nordica Soul Riders, both kill it all mountain but can still be a blast in the park. Jmos are stiffer than Soul Riders, so they'll handle the hardpack better, but the Soul Riders will be a bit more fun in the park if you like a soft ski.
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