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Grant_TarbellLooking for another addition to the quiver for next year. Ill be at Montana state and want to add a thicker ski to my quiver.I have 4frnt devastators at 184 and 108 underfoot and sir francis bacons at 104 underfoot, also at 184. If any of you have knowledge about bridger for my quiver i would love the help! Thanks in advance
-arc-What are you really looking for? Skinnier? Wider? Playful? Hard Charging?
gib me moar info plz
Grant_TarbellSor for lack of info a freestyle ski like the jj. Gonna be spinning and flipping and hitting cliffs that’s about it! Thanks
Grant_Tarbell6 foot 4 175
Grant_TarbellYeah size is interesting because I’ve never ridden anything above 186, but I also ride park so it makes sense. Am I going to need something bigger than 186 if I’m still spinning and all that good stuff? Do you guys think it will start to feel like I have too much ski for what I’m doing?If you're looking for a more cliff oriented powder ski and chargability with playfulness (probably more centered mount?) is a concern I personally wouldn't want to go less than a 190.
patagonialuke186 Rossi Black Ops 118 for maximum stability and surprisingly good versatility
186 ON3P Kartel 116 for similar stability but lower swing weight
184 Moment Wildcat for good stability, but easier spinning (way lighter than the above 2 skis)
whiteboiI'm 6'4 and 180 and I ski BBowl. I'd get something long, as in 190 if possible. Bbowl is a land of chutes and ripping very fast, and it's really nice to have a long ski with stability here