So last season, I went to the slopes every day that I could. About 3 weeks on the west coast during the winter, which wasn't an issue since there was no powder. When I was skiing during the Spring I was going to mainly Kilington. I occasionally went to other ski resorts such as Sunday River and Mt. Snow. However, if there was any powder anywhere I would sink through the powder. I tried to lean back on my skis really hard, but would still sink. It got to the point where the little bit of powder in the park was enough to give me a lot of trouble for me.
I am 5 foot 8 was about 135 lbs last season. I rode armada arv 86s through most of the season but they started delaming, So I copped a pair of Head Framewalls, which I really enjoy if it isn't a powder day.
I just want any advice on staying afloat on pow days. If its because my skis aren't fat enough would appreciate confirmation that it is the reason I am struggling.
**This thread was edited on Oct 15th 2018 at 11:40:15pm