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Skier_boi616You might wanna check out the head kores they have some sizes that are the same under foot.
SimkiwinkiDynastar M-Free 108/118 have not skied them but only heard good things about them.I also really wan‘t to try the Rustler 11 but I’m afraid they will make the rest of my quiver useless because I’d only be skiing them thank god the price is ridiculous atm
BiffbarfOh yeah I do like the look of those, particularly the 108. I wonder how loose vs locked in they feel.
SimkiwinkiBlister says they are REALY loose
**This post was edited on Jan 17th 2022 at 3:03:52pm
ericforman+1 for mindbender 108ti. So smooth yet so easy to ski. I have a bit of trouble with them in really steep and tight terrain when I’m not committed but else can rip em. I’m on the 186 and am 145 pounds.
BiffbarfHave you been on the enforcer/enforcer free series? Really curious how they compare.
anders_aLook at M102 or M6
M6s is less chargy and more friendly
BiffbarfThose are on the end of a little narrower than I'd like, the confession seemed like a great ski but maybe too much for what I'm looking for, have you been on those? Or the newer katana
powpatrolBlack Crows Atris?
Ik it’s not super available right now but the new bc110 could be a good match.
BiffbarfI'm looking to go from my nordica enforcer 110 frees in 185 to either the same skis in 191 or the enforcer pro. I also really want to try the blizzard rustler 11 but it's hard to find them for anything but retail of close to it so I've been hesitant. The mindbender 108 is also on the list. Any other 'easy charger' thats worth checking out? Not looking for an all out bruiser that kicks your ass like a dynastar pro rider, but a nice damp heavy ski that doesn't need to go 45mph to wake up