Shl18/19 Collab version.
I'm not a park rat, I want allmountain skis that can handle bit of resort, some butters and is at least semi twin tip. I was looking at Atomic BC 100 but they're impossible to find in my size for now (180) in Europe.
Gotcha. Yeah, I like the Prodigy 3.0 as an all-mountain ski. I wrote a review of it here
, but the short story is that it's a very loose ski with a strong flex pattern, which can make for a fun combo. If you love carving groomers, it's not the best option cause of how much taper it has, but it holds up well to fast skiing (especially in grabby snow), while maintaining a surfy and playful feel (though you have to flex it pretty hard if you want to bend it into butters / presses). If you do really like to carve hard on groomers, the Armada ARV 106 is a good alternative, but I think the Prodigy 3.0 is a very good ski that should work for a wide range of skiers. Oh, and if you tend to not pressure the front of your boots / skis very much (i.e., you ski with more of a centered stance), I'd move the bindings to -5 or -6 cm from true center. The recommended line is -8.