Just got back from JayPeak. I was surprised how bumpy everything was. I loved it as I liked the bumpy trees along with bumpy/mogul runs. What I found out is that bumps (anything bumpy) are my weakest link. Some of it is due to my equipment, that is why I want to find out what to look for in skis for bumps.
As of now whenever I ski far away from home I take my Kung Fujas skis with me as that is the most versatile ski ever made. Those skis are longer than usual as I wanted them to be more stable and more comfortable for landings. That's why they do not work well in places where I have to make sharp turns (trees, bump, etc...).
Therefor, today I decided to buy skis specifically for bumps/trees. Problem is I know very little about skis that could fit the requirement. My assumption is the ski has to be shorter, probably up to my nose, or maybe even shorter. What kind of waist? Twin Tips? Please share your 2 cents, and help me find good stuff for bumpy/tree runs.
Please remember, the ski has to fit both tree and bump (my feeling is this is possible) style of skiing.
167 lbs with no equipment