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colorado_frenchyWhat about the Line blades? I didn't try them so maybe someone else can chip in, but if I were on the market for carving skis I'd definitely check those ones out
Greg_KHead Supershape skis have been around forever so lots of deals out them on new or used. Most popular instructor skis out there.
Phatboy64It all depends on how well you can get a ski on edge and carve…that said get a Volkl Kendo…super versatile, will help with all the progressions you will need to demonstrate during your exam.
r00kieOnly one I've really skied js the Blizzard Firevird HRC. Pretty popular amongst my fellow instructors for advanced coaching and racing beer league nights.
Chipy2000Like them a lot, heard they can split around the back edges, anyone know if that happends a lot?
Chipy2000What do you think about them? I saw a bunch on my last season, blizzard seems to be doing thing really right
Chipy2000Having trouble choosing amongst the hundreds of carving skis around, any good recommendations? I’m looking for a nice 1,75 pair to do my instructors exam with. Pls help NS’ers .
SendyMcSendyfaceK2 Mindbenders, probably the 90Ti, fun ski, but should still handle instructor duties just find.
r00kieI really liked them. The HRC is kind of the casual race ski. So it a not full on FIS spec and won't kill you if you take a lazier run which will be nice while instructing. Thing still loves to lay trenches though.
Chipy2000That’s what i like hearing, thanks for your review ;) . My idea is to use them as daily drives around the mountain and in between classes so is really good to know they can handle some chill laps and won’t feel extreme stiff