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Park ski that can handle all mountain.
I want a park ski that can handle going out of the park to. I've been looking at the atomic infamous or the line chronic both the newest models and also im trying to keep it at 500$ or lower. Another side note has anyone tried bluehouse skis they are pretty cheap and look decently good so any thoughts on those.
k2 recoil, on3p fr
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theres been quite a few threads on this if you do a little searching. chronics are a popular choice, I'd also take a peek at the Volkl Kink, Rossignol Slat, or Nordica OMW
ON3P Jeronimo is an excellent choice. There are very few other skis I would I call a park ski and an all mountain ski. J-mo truly does both very well. If I only had one ski, I could (and have) ski just about anything with it.
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nordica soul rider. fat enough for mini-pow and its most fun for the trees as well ! soft for butters, etc in the park. highly recommend
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totally go for the recoils, they're poppy but still stable and not too heavy in weight. I got the anniversary model and the look neat!!
The Jmos work really well. For me I found the Jefferies to more to my liking. They are the exact ski as the Jmo but with a bit wider geometry under foot. 110 under foot which gives it a bit more float for the deeper stuff. Plus I like a wider ski in general. Good luck
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