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New Tele Ski Recommendation?

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 

I'm hoping some of the resident tele skiers can provide some new ski recommendations - it is finally time to hang up my old 2001-2 K2 Enemy twintips and replace them with something new.

 

I primarily ski inbounds on the east coast with with a little time in the park.  I'm just looking for a good all mountain ski that can handle a once a day trip through the park or bumps.

 

Any help is most appreciated.

 

 

post #2 of 5

 

This is a great time to check out new skis, because there are tons of great options out there.

Hopefully this bump will help you get some response from some of our adept tele gurus.

 

 

post #3 of 5

The Volkl Bridge would be a good one to look at - a well rounded ski and very comfortable in the park & bumps.  I haven't skied the new rocker version, but I can only think it would make that excellent ski even better.  You might be able to find a great deal on last year's model.

 

Icelantic makes some great twin tip skis - I love my Nomad SFTs, but if that's a little wide for you think about the Pilgrim or maybe the Danollie although that seems to be mainly a park ski.  I've skied the Pilgrim tele and think it would be really good for what you're describing.  

 

Any of those skis would do well mounted tele, and they're really well made - in fact, you get a two year warranty with Icelantic skis.

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Originally Posted by Bob Lee View Post

The Volkl Bridge would be a good one to look at - a well rounded ski and very comfortable in the park & bumps.  I haven't skied the new rocker version, but I can only think it would make that excellent ski even better.  You might be able to find a great deal on last year's model.

 

Icelantic makes some great twin tip skis - I love my Nomad SFTs, but if that's a little wide for you think about the Pilgrim or maybe the Danollie although that seems to be mainly a park ski.  I've skied the Pilgrim tele and think it would be really good for what you're describing.

 

Any of those skis would do well mounted tele, and they're really well made - in fact, you get a two year warranty with Icelantic skis.



Funny you should mention the iclantic selections.  I was tagging product pages and noticed the nice dims and description of the Danollie

 

post #5 of 5
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the info!  I'm think I'm going to try to find a pair of the Icelantic Pilgrims.

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