I recently arrived to the US, and right now I'm living near Little Cottonwood Canyon. This year I got a season pass at Alta and since in Yurop (where I come from) I usually ski crappy snow/steep stuff, I am a little bit lost when deciding what to buy here in Far West.
Usually in Europe I have a quiver of four (1 touring, 1 race carver, 87 mid-fat and fat one of about 105 mm underfoot)
I think that here I should buy something wider, but not powder specific, since being a weekend and school holiday warrior and clueless about Alta means that I'll ski crud mostly. Don't really know what should be my daily driver.
- Late twenties
- 168 pounds
- Advanced skier. Used to be on the slopes about 60 days a year. I like skiing pretty much everything, groomers, pow when possible, chutes, steeps...
- I like skis without much tail rocker, with stiff tails. Don't really like soft, noodly skis.
I like the a similar shape to Dynastar Cham 107, but perhaps I have to buy 1cm wider. Thinking about the following:
Praxis GPO, BD AMP and Atomic Automatic (I like the shape, but don't really dig the tail)
Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!