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Looking for a new ski [Calgary instructor and coach]

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About me. Live in Calgary, I do most of my skiing out of Lake Louise and Kimberley, with some forays to other hills in the area. I have been skiing for about 15 years. I am 21, 5'11, weigh 160 pounds. I am a level 2 certified instructor and level 1 ski coach. I skied competitively for a couple of years, but now just I do it for the fun. I also telemark, but that is neither here nor there. I would rate myself a level 9 skier.
My current quiver is:

2009 Moment Ruby, 180 Length

2009 Salomon Suspect, 176 Length

 

What am I looking for?

I am looking for a ski to replace my Suspects as my everyday ski. Ideally something around the 175 Length.

Priority:

1. Bumps, Bumps, Bumps

2. Hardpack

3. Shorter turn radius

4. Crud

5. No speed limit

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10. Powder

 

I have a rough idea of what would be suitable for me, if you guys can help point me towards some more suitable options that would be appreciated!

Thanks, Brett

post #2 of 2

Here are some suggestions:

Atomic Theory

Volkl Bridge

Rossi Experience 88

 

Good luck!

 

T. - wasatchreport.com

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