Originally Posted by hirustler
If this is your single quiver ski for Michigan I would not recommend the FX 94s. As part of a 2 or 3 ski quiver, or for western use, go for it, they are awesome.
I agree, 94 waist is to much for your home state.
My current thinking is, 84-88mm waist for a everyday ski, if you want a powder ski, go big.
In VT my DD is 88mm under foot, Volkl Kendo, For powder I have a 106 waist Volkl Gotama. If I buy another powder ski it will be 112 waist or wider.
Where do you do most of your skiing ?
It is true, one ski can't do it all.
There are better tools for the different depth of snow.
IMO any decent all mountain skier is on a 84-88 waisted ski here in the east. They are quick edge to edge and fun to ski. Volkls have great edge hold.