Originally Posted by BushwackerinPA
wailer 112 they carve softer snow pretty easily.
Thx for the response. I had the Wailers out at Sugarbush on Saturday in our new 9-18 inches of white stuff and they were a blast to ski in the real soft stuff for the first 3 hours of the day. A bit more difficult to control on some of the patches of ice showing up on the bottoms of some of the moguls up high on Ripcord and Organgrinder. My Bones handled these conDitions in the PM. Typical northern NE post snow conditions and the woods are getting filled with snow that allowed us to jump on some of the trails (but no Slidebrook yet).
I would agree that the Wailers would be the choice of the 2 if all soft stuff can be guaranteed at KH and Revelstoke for my 1st week of February trip.