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K2 domain vs Line future spins
I do about 50/50 rails and jumps and I'm looking for a new ski. I am deciding between 2015 domains or 2014 future spins. I really want a light ski but I don't know which one is lighter and I want one the holds up well on rails. Any opinions?
neither because both brake. (Ive had 3 line products break on me blends ,masterminds and paint brush) and ive heard horror story from k2. that dosent mean your will break.
but out of the two I would take the domain
domains are heavy as fuck but have solid durability. Cant speak for the future spins tho.
Look at stanston skis, and ninthward is back. defenitley 2 to consider.
K2: Heavier but bombproof
Line: Lighter but very likely to break
I haven't skied the Future Spins but I REALLY like my Domains. I just got a pair this season and love the way they ski. The only way they could be better would be a tighter turning radius, but other than that the flex, rocker, and weight feel great.
Go with the domains it won't be as fun to ski with as the line future spins but the domains will last way longer I have heard the future spin are crap and they will probably break really fast unlike the domains. Good Luck!!
I have both K2 Domains and Line Afterbangs, which are somewhat similar to the spins just because eline makes some similar products. My k2s are a bit heavy, but as everyone says they will last longer and are definetly more bomb proof. If your someone who wants to fly down the hill and then go hit some big kickers, the domains are for you. But if you want to chill, buttering and hitting rails, while looking steedy, id go with the lines. Just know you won't be going as fast for the day or hitting big jumps. Either or is a great choice and i haven't had an issue with either.
I personally prefer my after bangs tho...just more fun ride and lighter. Have heard the super spins are SUPER light
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