This is really a silly thread, but I'm honestly not sure what to do. Silly thread regardless.
I will need to ski some traditional hardpacked chutes in a week, and have no idea which skis to keep on for the day. The location is Big Sky.
I can ride:
• 191 BillyGoats (143-118-128)
• 164 Atomic Crimson (Great all-mountain ski, btw) (129.5-88-115)
• 168 Rossi S4 Jibs (116-84-109)
Wish I had some Jeffreys, but I couldn't find any in time for the trip. I feel the BGs would give me good stability and great landings(as they do normally), but the Crimsons are so maneuverable and hold and edge well. I've skied most of Big Sky on my Crimsons before, but conditions change. They kind of get thrown around. As do the BGs. And my Rossis do well in anything besides powder, and are light.
I don't want to be switching out skis constantly for different stuff. And I can only bring so many pairs on the trip. I don't want to bring the wrong pair.
Thanks. I just want control and fun. And I'm unsure.
I can bring several skis, what would be good for current conditions at Big Sky for upper mountain and trees so I don't leave skis out to get stolen.