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4FRNT HOJI compared to Salomon Q105

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recommendations, preferences, personal reviews?

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Get thee to Blister Gear Reviews.  They have a full and very comprehensive review of this year's Quest 105 and last year's Hoji.

 

4FRNT skis don't get a lotta love on Epic, but if you search "Hoji" on TGR, you'll be rewarded with plenty of chatter about all 4FRNT skis, Hoji included.  I believe an Epic retailer may have reviewed the Quest 105, but you'll have to use the search function.  I'm not sure on that last bit, and I'm too lazy to search myself.


Edited by Skierish - 2/2/14 at 8:41am
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recommendations, preferences, personal reviews?

These are totally different skis... depending on what you want the skis for. Q105 is a good, not demanding all around ski, tip rocker and good amount of camber underfoot. Hoji is a more off piste, pow charger oriented ski with full rcoker and no camber, stiffer than the q105 and more demanding.

 

These are two different classes of skis... what are you looking for?

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looking for an all mountain sort of ski but want something that can perform well in the trees and handle landings, and can hold its own on groomers doesn't necessarily have to be a top performer on groomer tho

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It's hilarious you have started this same thread on 3 different forums. With 3 different demographics.

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Why aren't you skiing today ecim? Some of the best snow this year and your lolli-gagging in town for the Superbowl.

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because most forums don't offer much advice

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looking for an all mountain sort of ski but want something that can perform well in the trees and handle landings, and can hold its own on groomers doesn't necessarily have to be a top performer on groomer tho

then go Q105 if those are your only options

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Why aren't you skiing today ecim? Some of the best snow this year and your lolli-gagging in town for the Superbowl.

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Family didn't want to get up early, and neither did I actually. Friday was worth it though.

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My opinions aren't respected around here but I have had my eyes on the Quest 105 as my powder day ski if I feel that I need it. It comes up as an intermediate and above ski over at ski magazine's website and I have read another review describing it as a good first powder ski for newer skiers starting to venture off piste and into deeper snow.
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