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Greetings! I'm 5'8" and 140 lbs, and I currently ride a pair of year-old ON3P Jmo's. Im an advanced skier but last year was my first year of park, and I'm looking to get a new pair of skis this year. The plan is to have a decent pair of skis to ride both in the park and everywhere else, so I'm looking for some input. Do i save my ON3Ps for the all mountain skiing and scoop up some Alpha X's/something similar? Or since the Jmo's have a year of park worn into them, do I keep them as my mess around/park ski and get some fresh all mtns for ripping. thanks for the help!
Jmos are deftly good enough to handle the park. If your looking to keep them nice as possible then get another pair if you can afford it. I suggest the evo or backcountry outlet. Something cheap or even used.
If you cant afford another pair of skis I wouldn't sweat it.
If the Jmos are not that beat, use them for all mountain ripping and get a pair of cheap park skis (80ish mm waist) to slaughter. If the Jmos are beat, then continue to use them for park, and get an all mountain ski appropriate for where you ski (IE east 75-95, or West 90-110)