110s. Ski shop should be able to bend them 5mm.
Seth- I'm looking at adding to my quiver with the ObSETHed or possibly the Goats. I currently have the Prophet 100, and love them for their versatility. My question, would there be a significant difference in performance between these skis enough to warrant a new costly pair (rocker in tips/tails and slightly wider)? Thanks for your prompt answer!
The Bacons are great in everything considered soft, and even rip fairly well on the groomers. Road on last year's version (Pollard's pictures for graphics) for the first time at Vail in a powder day yesterday. Hit the bowls, trees, powdery bumps, and kicked a few jumps as well. There's nothing they can't do well. They have a slight buttery, softer-flex feel under foot than my Prophet 100s (no metal), but are very underated on corduroy. I would recommend to any hard-charger who is under 200lbs. for their "powder specific" ski. They also have unbelievable pop on kickers as well, and excellent turn initiation for being so wide.