I'm in the market for a new set of skis, I currently have 3 Yard Sale skis which look good but haven't been ridden on her and Salomon QST 92s.
I heard ON3P skis are durable, fun, and made in Oregon which is awesome because I'm an Oregon Native.
I have been thinking between VOLKL Kendos or any pair of ON3P Skis that you would reccomend.
I'm also open to any and all suggestions/reccomondations.
I haven't exactly done my research on the ON3P lineup but here's what i can tell you.
I'm 5'11" I weigh 165 lbs.
I prefer to ski everywhere on the mountain in the winters and make occasional park laps. A wider Ski but not super fat is a must, Twin Tip Must, Durable Must, my skis tend to get wrecked after about the first month(I work at Skibowl so I pretty much ski everyday).
I want to budget around 400-600 for skis and bindings. If I could find some solid skis under 400 you better believe i'll take them.