This season I got some K108s as my ski for riding all over BC, put shifts on them and have been riding them 50/50 resort and backcountry.
Plan was to ski my old bacons and ar6s on the small local hills for jibby days but I love the K108 too much that I end up just riding them instead. But since I want to keep the edges pristine I find myself passing up rails I'd like to hit in the park on those days.
So now I'm looking for a ski that can ride solid and fast on heavy/variable coastal snow like the K108, but maybe be a bit more light/nimble since they’re not going to see many real lines, and still be poppy and durable enough to hit some jumps and rails every couple laps.
I'm getting older and my days of spinning onto/off rails are probably pretty much done. When I do take them in the park these will be for slower floaty spins and more flowy rail tricks - I don't need some crazy low swing weight to dial in anything technical. I also don't butter much and find the new wave thing pretty cringe to be honest.
Backstory aside - I was thinking Moment PB&Jibs would be perfect and after chatting with one of the dudes there I'm sold. But they're not gonna be making them next year so in the event I can't get my shit together in time to snag a pair what else would you folks recommend?
Regular PB&J? K96? Magnus 102 (or even 90)? Something else?
**This thread was edited on Mar 16th 2019 at 12:22:37am