I've been out of the game for a while so I don't really know much about the past few years in the ski industry. I've done some research but I figured I'd post this thread and ask anyway.
A bit about me first. I will (hopefully) be skiing all over Canada. I'm looking for a one ski quiver that can tear it up in basically anything. I come from a racing background, I have my race coach level 1 and have been skiing since I could walk. On a scale from 1-10 would consider myself to a RAD level skier. I'm 5'10 and 150lbs. I'm from Ontario but go to school out east. So the skiing wont be extreme pow but I want a pair of skis that can handle big mountains. It would be awesome to have (some) tip and tail rocker. Maybe 100-110 underfoot with medium to stiff flex. Lengths in the 180s. I'm not too worried about skiing park, but it happens. Not worried about urban either. I don't have much of budget, first new skis in 4 years and I'll have them for a 4 more so fuck it.
I have my eyes on the Moment PB&Js, Armada TSTs, Line Sir Fracis Bacons, Salomon Rocker 100s, Salomon Rocker 108s or Black Crow Atris. If any of you have these skis I would love to know what you personally think about them.
Bindings. The Rossignol FKS or Marker Jester I guess, I'll ride whatever fits the ski, but I like the pivot metal bindings by rossi, Metal>Plastic.
Yeah so, basically I want to be able to ski everything, everywhere, pow if I find it but also hard pack, a bit of park and tight trees. If there's anything else you need to know, just ask.
Help me out NS.