Hi, for last 2 years I started trying doing bullshit in the park and absolutely fell in love with it.
So far I'm having fun at rails, boxes etc. and I really bad want to do all this buttery stuff.
So I'm looking for a good park ski, which is lightweight (cause I need to lear a lot of stuff), soft enough to be really funny, not so fat (85mm-ish is ideal) and durable (because I'm not rich enough to buy new skis every year).
Concisely : 185cm tall, 80kg, looking for 180cm LIGHWEIGHT buttery park ski with width about 85 and good durability.
I'm stuck at 3 models right now:
K2 Press - I have tried them last winter(model 15/16) and liked them, but it's difficult for me to find them for a good price.
Line Mastermind - Found them for a really good price (model 14/15), but I have read, they don't last much at all, they regullary fell apart, which is something, I really want to avoid (or did they change this in the last models like this? )
Line Afterbang - Also found them for a good price (model 15/16)- Everyone is saying, it's a really soft ski, which is something exactly for me, but is it also light enough? And what about the durability, isn't that similar like the people said about the mastermind?
I was also looking for some Armadas, but they are either too stiff (I'm not that kind person, who is sending dub corks at 35m jumps), or too fat -> heavy.
Could U help me pls?