1. Where are you skiing?
I live on the east coast, but I visited Colorado last year and realized that its not worth skiing anywhere on the east coast aside from new york, and probably canada. I plan on taking a trip west every year.
2. What kinds of terrain do you prefer? I really like going very fast on groomers, but i LOVED the powder I was able to ski on even my awful k2 extremes (the public enemy rename) Not a fan of the bumps, and I felt out of my element on the summit of winterpark with i guess 'variable' conditions, probably 2 feet of powder with bumps that were sometimes loose powder and sometimes hard, but it was fun none the less.
3. How many days a year do you ski? If I'm LUCKY 2 weeks
4. How advanced a skier are you? I'd say advanced to expert, I've never found my speed limit aside from REAL steep stuff out west. Very tight trees and moguls give me problems. But on the hardpack no one can keep up with me.
5. Whats your height and weight? 6' 180 lbs.
I am looking for one ski so serve all my purposes yes.
I think I'm leaning towards moments lineup because i am vain and like the way they look, and there's too many options for me to wrap my head around, I had to narrow it down.
I'm stuck between the bibby pro, the governor, and I think my favorite is the belafonte.
Also I'd like to reiterate that i have ZERO experience with skis outside of the traditional camber k2 extremes.
Thank you for the help/direction!