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It completely depends on what you intend to do with the ski. I’ve been skiing on wets for the last 4 seasons and they’re the funnest skis I’ve ever ridden. That being said I live in New Zealand and we get very minimal pow days. If you’re wanting to just run resort laps and hit the park every day, I would definitely recommend the wets. But if you’re not going to be in the park very often, and wanting to be hitting big drops and off piste lines you should probably grab the wides.
However, if you’re interested in a combination of these options, the wides are quite wide and might be a bit heavy, and the wets are very freestyle orientated. Their new ski though, the key, would be a great all mountain every day ripper ski for all types of shredding
I love how skinny the wets are personally. being super quick edge to edge makes them crazy maneuverable which is great for east coast tree skiing. They have enough rocker that they still float decent in fresh snow, I skied a foot of fresh at brighton once and it was no problem. it's such a unique shape too, a lot of ski companies make a rockered park ski similar to wides but no other company makes a skinny, rockered, flexible park ski like the wets