John Griffin

John Griffin

Stevens Pass.

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Skiing and Running... Nuff said.

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John Griffin

John Griffin wrote an answer about on December 20, 2012

I've only ridden the opus out of all of your options here, but I can assure you that it rips up the whole mountain, from pow to groomers it has never let me down. So if your looking for a good all mountain get the opus with no regrets. Only con ive found with the opus is the top sheet is just a bit easier to chip than my last skis.

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John Griffin

John Griffin wrote a review of on December 8, 2012

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Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

When theirs 39 overnight, not much can go wrong. Lets just say the Opus made it that much better, good float (did have to lean back some though). Great on the crud but it took some muscle to stay in control. O and did I mention these things love to go mach 5 ? Overall great ski, Highly would reccomend. (Skied 12-08-12 Stevens pass 39 inches overnight 48 inches last 24 hours, 185 cm I weight 150 and I'm 6ft) Video coming soon

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John Griffin wrote a question about on September 9, 2012

I'm 6ft 150lbs (17 years old) Skiing at Stevens Pass. Is the 189 or 179 best for me ? Main concern about the 189 is turning ability. Main concern about 179 is float and speed. Any advice helps. Thanks !

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John Griffin

John Griffin wrote an answer about on August 23, 2012

Go fat or go home. Get the Pettitors. Plus they got more Rocker. Also the Pettitor has more Camber which will help on groomers.

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