I came to situation where I might need a hard snow ski replacement.
I used to have an old (6 years old) Atomic M2 9 171 which I skied all these years; few years ago I started to feel that old Atomic is no longer enough ski and I bought myself a new
Blizzard Bonafide 180 for this year (still unmounted).
I figured that I would keep Atomic for dry, low snow conditions (like last year January/February) and would use Blizzard for better, snowy days.
Well, I found out that my Atomic is delaminated under the binding (one ski only, and just a little bit, like 1/2 inch long, separating between ski and metal).
So, now, I am wondering what should I do:
a. buy a new front side carver (70-75 mm) and keep the blizzard
b. sell blizzard and buy all mountain like 80-88 mm
c. leave as is, and use only blizzard for all days
About myself, I am male, 40 years old, live and ski in Tahoe area (mostly Kirkwood (due to the season pass) and Squaw with friends), been skiing since 25, not a PRO but OK to do almost anything (don't like moguls, but would ski them if have no chose).
thank you for your answers