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I am 5'3 and like 100 lbs. my only concern...
I am 5'3 and like 100 lbs. my only concern is that the skis will be too stiff for me to pop on to high rails. Is this going to happen?
Im 5,10 and 150 lbs, should i go with the...
Im 5,10 and 150 lbs, should i go with the 177's?
I bought these skis afraid that I would be limited only to park... I was wrong, the afterbang is a ski that is geared towards park, but it does great out on regular trails. It even preformed well in powder too. Bottom line, it is a great ski for the price.
Write your question here...what is a good...
Write your question here...what is a good binding for this ski
I suggest the marker griffon binding... Many of line's pro skiers use them..
I am 5 4" 130 Pounds. I am going to hit a growth spurt soon and i want to have these for 2 years. What size do u recommend?
Im 5 feet 6 and a half inches and way 157...
Im 5 feet 6 and a half inches and way 157 pounds, should i buy the 166 or the 177, i spend almost all of my time in north carolina terrain parks and dont go west to often.
At 5'6" at your weight and the use, I suspect you want a 166 for the maneuverability and ease of spinning. If you get west, rent some high performance demos if you get snow.
Should i get theese or the Völkl Ledges?...
Should i get theese or the Völkl Ledges? Im a park skiier but i build my own jumps in the backcountry...
would saloman bindings be ok for afterbangs?...
would saloman bindings be ok for afterbangs? i cant afford marker bindings
Yes, Salomon makes outstanding bindings. If you need a 14 din this is your best bet:
otherwise the sth 12 is the way to go:
for sure! i have had solly's on my last 3 pairs of skis and loved them!
I would go with look, dynastar, or rossignol. All are the same esentially but dynastars can be found on another sight for much cheaper than looks and rossi's. All have much more travel in the heel piece. Much better quality