SkiJunkyJEC stands for East Coast. We are based in Southern New Hampshire. We are trying to get into the freestyle and powder/backcountry business. We are almost done with the press and have our first ski planned out which is about 125-95-125 and will be at the starting size of 178 because i am going to be messing around with material combinations until we find the best one. We are starting off by using a 4001 grade ptex, a Maple core that runs through the entire ski, tip to tail, 22 oz triaxial fiber, we are yet to figure out the other materials. We want the public to know that unlike most skis companies these days, everything is done by hand instead of using big fancy machines. We have put over 30 hours into building the ski press and molds and will continue to put hours into the skis.
^ that sounds like a decent ski to start out with. on that particular ski i would say about 25-30 cm of rocker in both tip and tail. for what i like to do i would prefer the ski you just described and maybe two others. soft to medium stiffness in the nose, stiff underfoot, medium stiff on the tails.
the second would be like all mtn pow- freestyle . so dimensions like 135-118-133. something thats wide enough for the pow yet still can go all over. definately a 4000 series base, 35-40cm of rocker in the tip, and 30 35cm in the tail. maybe a 28 meter turn radius? medium flex in the nose, stiff underfoot, medium stiff tail. and design for the mounting point to be around -3 or so. -just some of my ideas
the third would be a powder ski. dimensions 150-127-145. maybe 50-60 cm of rocker in tip, 35cm in tail? medium flex in nose, stiff in waist, medium stiff in the tail for some stability on cliff drops. turn radius- 29meters. so a ski with quite a bit of rocker but still has some camber underfoot for stabilty on crud/packed snow. mounting point -5 or so?