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tyler1719My best buds whole family skis Lib and has been for years...they love the stuff and have only said good things about it. From what I hear they're just really fun reliable skis. Out of curiosity What ski by them were you looking at?
Lus146The UFO 100 seems interesting. I don't need anything crazy wide cause mid-west doesn't get a shit ton of snow but my little local hill has some solid powder days. Never really ridden anything with that much tip and tail rocker on anything but powder so my main concern is that I will buy them and only use them a few times a year or that it won't give the response I like when I am skiing groomers or choppy stuff. I work at a shop that carries lib tech but we never have any demo skis but I will be able to get them super cheap which is nice
tyler1719That's the ski my buddy spent all of last season on charging through Colorado snow and mostly skiing bumps. He loved it to death but it's definitely a more playful ski from what I've seen, hope it helps... I can also ask him some questions for ya if you need
Lus146Oh sick. The nice thing is, I have a pair of Nordica OMW's that I use for freeriding and I love how they feel carving and holding an edge. They are kinda similar to something like the Volkl Kendo or any basic ski like that. Has he said anything about how it compares to something like those?