So, I'm 5'11" 150 lbs, and have just gotten the 190 Moment Bibby Pros. I'm an intermediate to advanced skier, and am wondering if I should get a smaller ski for days when I'm tree skiing and skiing groomers, although I won't be doing a lot of that. I would rather have just the Bibbys, but I'm not to sure if that's will be a good choice. The Bibbys have a fairly short running length, though, so I'm confident these will do for tree skiing. Some insight would be greatly appreciated.
190 Bibby Pros: too big?
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Said to be a decently powerful ski, so at your size and level, it'll take some work to wiggle through trees. IMHO, a second ski in the 80's would complement it for days between storms. YMMV.
Of course if you go over to TGR, they'll tell you that it's on the short side.