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I'm looking into buying the 2014 K2 Domains as my 2012 Volkl Alleys are on their last legs. I'm no expert on camber and rocker, but the Alleys had full camber and the Domains have zero (have jib rocker). I ski park but spend a ton of time skiing groomers. Living in NY means no real pow... "pow days" only occur a few times a year. I want a more flexible, playful ski for buttering and rails (I don't hit huge jumps so I don't worry about them being too flexy), but I don't want to lose the ability to bomb groomers and take deep turns. What do you all think?
Honestly its really based on your preference on what you want but instead of maybe jumping into a full rocker ski take a look at some of the more crossover skis that have rocker camber rocker and even some of the more playful full camber skis, i ski in mass and i went from the volkl walls to the ar7's and honestly i feel the volkl were very stiff even compared to the ar7's, just my two cents though
Yeah Domains are a fun ski for jibbing in the park on rails and smaller size jumps, but if you spend a lot of time on groomers, you might want to look elsewhere. Zero camber, soft flex, and symmetrical sidecut are three things that generally do not translate well for a skier that is "bombing down groomers." I would go towards maybe a rocker-camber-rocker ski with a asymmetrical sidecut, something like the Faction soma, or if you want to stay with K2, the Shreditor 92 is exactly what you are looking for.
maybe not the shreditor like said above since I saw them for the first time today and they are veery soft... check out Volkl step if you like Volkl. Look at Dadahli on those he kills it on urban and shit