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CeleryIf you land perfect every time then you don't need a stable ski. Maybe just be better.
animatorOP per what Scott has said, the mango has a rounder flex pattern than the Jeffrey, it’s not necessarily softer. I’ve skied the Magnus 102 which is the predecessor to the Mango and it was most definitely not super soft. If you’re only skiing park I would personally go with the Mango, but Scott has also said a lot of the team will ski the Jeffrey in the park and mount it +2 of recommended. I have had multiple Jeffrey’s and can confirm it is a very stable ski at high speed and on big landings, the Magnus 102 was very similar but felt a bit lighter in the air due to the mount being closer to center.
SchizoSkierSo the mango is less soft/ more stable than I think ? Which ski would u recommend?
animatorYes it is more stable than people realize I think, that’s how I felt when I skied the Mag. I would go Jeffrey 102 and mount it +2, little bit more stable for jumps and I think it had more energy than the Magnus personally
SchizoSkierLast questions then I’ll stop harassing you. How do Jeff’s holdup on rails , will they be good 100% in the park , and can I get the detune on them like the mangos have?