Hey guys, this is my first time on the forum here so bare with me :P
I'm looking for a new pair of skies, all mountain west/one quiver ski and I would like your input and suggestions .
Some possible skis I've narrowed it done to is the Volkl Bridge's and Head John 94's, I'm also considering some Rossignols or Salomons but unsure which one's would suit me well. I have some concerns with the Bridges though, I'm afraid they might be to much of a park ski, which is not what I'm looking for at all, and when it comes to the Head's I'm worried they are to slow of a turner ski for what I need, but other then that these ski's seem to suit what I want.
I want a ski that performs well in bumps, tree's, crud and some powder, but also be able to crave and hold a good edge on the groomers, like I mentioned something that performs well all around. EDIT: An agile ski, when it comes to bumps and tree's (even in the wider platforms), in an important aspect to me.
I'm a lightweight but I'm quite aggressive, so I would like a ski that has a little more of softer flex, but not something that within a season or two will be to soft for me.
As mentioned above I'm a lightweight, I'm 5'5, 16 y/o, and an advanced intermediate to advanced skier depending on the conditions, hopefully this also can help narrow down a ski right for me.
Lastly when it comes to length I'd like some advice with what would be best for me because of my lightweight, my ability level, and the all around conditions I want the ski for. I'm open to all suggestions and input on ski's and the one's I have mentioned.
I Hope my explanation of what I'm looking for was clear enough, if you have any question I'll try my best to answer them!
Thanks in advance!
Edited by tsk94 - 2/25/11 at 4:00pm