I'm old (36) 189-190cm (6'2) and 98KG'ish (215-220lbs) , skied since 6-7-8 years old? 25 days on ski so far this season and usually have annual ski pass to. maybe 70% groomers, 25% freeride/misc hitting misc tiny jumps and 5% boxes/rails. My goals is for 2020 is increase rail game and jumps and freeride. I'm trying to get back into fun skiing, not just carving it up. My on groomer skills are good, my freeride/offpiste are ... ok minus, my park skills are meeh (according to my 18yo coworker park rat)
I picked up the 18/19 108mm 192cm on a sale, and yesterday I was linked to a NIB 19/20 112mm 190cm even cheaper than the 18/19. So long story short I have both now incoming. I was thinking +2 from what AT line like I did for my bent chetler 100's... Or is there a huge advantage to CT?
My plan is to test them back to back and see which one I like the best and sell the other, if I like both, keeping both, If someone has something to tell me about the skis, bring it, finding info on the newer 112mm seems to be close to impossible.
Now mounting, I have the 18/19 188 candide CT 1.0 mounted to the candide line and rounded off for rails. Meaning realisticly the 3.0's will be used for misc mountain fun, and probably will only see the rails if going around the mountain haveing some fun, doing jumps, and if there is rails I will try to hit a few.
**This thread was edited on Jan 21st 2020 at 8:26:02am