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Ski Recommendation for (adv/expert) East Coast Bumps, Trees, Powder

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I'm usually in tight New England woods, on bumps, trying to find any powder up here somewhere, Feb/March/April (no comments from out west, and do come west few times a year). Looking for a nimble ski to dart in and out trees that also excell in the bumps, that hold up in powder. Leaning toward the Atomic Access. Any feedback from someone that has them?, or other suggestions. While I do have other skis (Rossi B3) looking for a 'go to' , something on the wide side of a one ski quiver up here.

Thanks for the help.

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I'm usually in tight New England woods, on bumps, trying to find any powder up here somewhere, Feb/March/April (no comments from out west, and do come west few times a year). Looking for a nimble ski to dart in and out trees that also excell in the bumps, that hold up in powder. Leaning toward the Atomic Access. Any feedback from someone that has them?, or other suggestions. While I do have other skis (Rossi B3) looking for a 'go to' , something on the wide side of a one ski quiver up here.

Thanks for the help.



the access would be a good choice.

 

If you going to have one ski I think 100mm is a place for 80 percent of the day Off piste ski in the east.

 

Id also check out "the one" , "schimitar", Line P98 and basically any medium to soft twin with light rocker in the 100mm range.

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