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Sometimes it's not a bad thing to skim old threads. Short version: All these are being replaced by versions with stiffer sidewalls, so all will be a touch stiffer longitudinally. If you're interested in this year's bargains, Soul 7 is a great forgiving and versatile do-all, Super 7 has some more beef to it, but still fairly wide envelope, not a lot of love here for the Sin 7, kind of a noodle. None of these are chargers, but they're all surprisingly good a a lot of different surfaces as long as you keep the speed below mach 1. At your size, suspect the Soul 7 would be the best fit. Another ski you might look at is the Soul Rider from Nordica. 

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Sometimes it's not a bad thing to skim old threads. Short version: All these are being replaced by versions with stiffer sidewalls, so all will be a touch stiffer longitudinally. If you're interested in this year's bargains, Soul 7 is a great forgiving and versatile do-all, Super 7 has some more beef to it, but still fairly wide envelope, not a lot of love here for the Sin 7, kind of a noodle. None of these are chargers, but they're all surprisingly good a a lot of different surfaces as long as you keep the speed below mach 1. At your size, suspect the Soul 7 would be the best fit. Another ski you might look at is the Soul Rider from Nordica. 

Thanks for confirming my suspicions. I can't afford the new ones so hoping to snag a deal with there release smile.gif
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