I've been hearing a lot of about the Rossignol S3, I'm leaning towards picking a pair up over the summer. I'm a very solid advanced, near-expert skier, mostly looking for something to ski in the steep and deep stuff at Kicking Horse and Revelstoke. That being said, I'd love if they could work on non-powder days as well... (say, 75% backside, 25% front).
Are Rossignol S3s an appropriately advanced ski? How would these compare to Blizzard Bonifide, or Volkl Gotama, for the steep and deep stuff (with a splash of frontside stuff). I've only ever skied on Rossignol skis, so the S3 was my first thought, but maybe I should broaden my horizons.
Edited by lionlager - 2/28/13 at 12:22pm