ECSkiierEast coast. Killington is usually my go to in VT. I guess I am looking for something that's a little more hard charging when it's mostly hardpack. My 108's are solid for softer snow and even around the whole mountain but I definitely want something I can push hard.
What about Armada ARVti's? Those do seem like they are fairly head charging skis.
Gotta remember you're on the east coast...108's make a solid pow/crud ski. But look for something 90's-100max.
I've said it before and i'll say it again...surface park blanks such a good ski though the base is a little slow since its extruded and such a value buy if you like a full camber ski.
I recently purchased Blizzard regulators which seem like they are going to be like such a solid all mtn east coast ski super stoked on them. So light but super well built and pretty stiff as well. Haven't rode them yet but have rode other blizzard's and they make such a quality product.
Regulators are 94 in the waste with slight camber in the tip / tail but they seem pretty cambered still. Got them for $350 from backcountry.com
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