...versus fat skis with a normal amount of sidecut and taper?
I don't know what to expect, I've been waterskiing many times but I didn't notice that feeling particularly better or worse than skiing on piste
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BeetleJuiceBasically they feel like there is no friction when turning. They pivot much easier. You think about changing direction, they pivot and go, even in thick, deep wet manky snow.. You don't have to do this though, they still go straight if you want to do that. The surfyness is unreal, because this frictionless turn feeling mixes with the full rocker to ultimately make you feel like you're skiing on a cloud
FruitBootPro2 month old thread, but if they really feel this good, why do so few people use them nowadays?