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Ross K.

Ross K.

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Ross K.

Ross K.wrote a question about on April 30, 2009

i am trying to decide between a few skis. i am the wrong side of 40, 6 ft and 180 pounds, but still manage to ski about 50 days a year, and am about an 8/10. cant get enough powder, but also end up skiing when i can, so i have to deal with all kinds of snow, including chopped up crap and groomers. i already have 3 different pairs of skis with varying underfoot widths from 75 to 93 mm, and that covers most situations. BUT for next season i am looking for a crazy pair with at least 110mm underfoot, to cruise in nearly everything except dedicated groomers, but to really have fun on the handful of days i get lucky in powder. i have been looking at the icelantic shaman 184, the liberty double helix 190, and the pontoons. i have been reading lots of reviews, but cant seem to get a comparitive idea between these 3 skis. can anybody comment?

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