SofaKingSickoh okay, i thought you mentioned the Codys specifically because you had seen them for sale somewhere. yeah it'll prob be hard to find them generally; they're "old" skis by now. and def don't spend a ton on them, that'd be dumb/unfair since theyre older skis now (theyll 100% be good to ride with though)
yes the Heads will be just fine and those are good solid skis. they might be a little big on you for park use... are you a good skier? if youre a good skier the length wont be an issue at all except for maybe being a tiny bit annoying in the park
where are you? maybe im thinking of another thread but i thought you were in europe, in which case i don't know what's easily available. so if that's the case, let me know what is easily buyable for you and i can help pick what's best. i thought you had listed the Codys and other because that's what was available to you
Sorry for making a confusion, I pointed skis that I found by rewiews. Yes exactly, all of this old skis are very hard to find regardless they're still would be great.
Well, I skied pretty much all my life, started when I was around 3y old (I'm 19 now) so I think I'm an advanced but not expert skier, although I've never skied on skis higher than myself.
I am in Europe, Poland precisely and even though non of options above were available. Except for alibi. Acctually slat was also in my, let's say, range but it was pretty expensive for 4 y old ski. And now I found venturi in good price