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KevskiI like how everyone's recommending skis without knowing where he skis or how he likes to ski and what kind of riding he does most.
Like do you get lots of snow? Light or heavy snow? Do you plan to ride park? Tight chutes and cliffs? Mostly groomers or trees?
If you can mention that kind of stuff then people can actually help you. Fact is that the majority of skis on the market right now are marketed as "all mountain" and depending on how you ride almost any of them could be a good choice.
Personally, I went for the ON3P Kartel 108 as my "all mountain" ski. Wanted something solid and stable but still rockered enough to play on. I ski lots of heavier coastal snow so it has to be stiff enough to blast through everything too. That ski might be overkill somewhere out east, for example but it's well suited for almost any conditions in BC and the PNW.
druseph33Hey, I tried to ask the questions lol
KevskiHaha true, just got carried away and repeated you. Important enough questions to have twice though