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Head rev 80 pro vs Head i supershape rally

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Hi,

I' am searching for a new pair (all-mountain) ski's for upcoming season. After some research i doubt between the Head REV 80 pro and the Head I supershape Rally. What's your opinion about this 2 ski's ? I ski mainly on groomers, 15 % of my time off-piste.

I 'am an intermediate skier , 5' 10"(175 cm) and 165 lbs(75kg).

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I owned the Head Rev 80 Pro and ended up selling. It was a smooth and stable ski for me but didn't provide the "pop" I wanted from turn-to-turn. I skied the Head Rally at SIA last year and really enjoyed it. It was perhaps my favorite ski of the show. It made a variety of turn shapes at a variety of speeds over variable snow with ease. I loved it in the bumps as well.
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Where do you ski?  The Rally is more of a hard snow carving ski while the Rev80 is a more versatile all mountain ski.  And the Rally is oriented more to advanced to expert skiers, not intermediates. 

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I ski in Europe.
I am starting my training to become ski instructor(lvl 1), so also i was wondering wich ski would be the best to perfectionate my skiing technique.
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What's said above, rev80 is jack of all trade and can take mogul/crud and groomer equally well, but if you do groomer most of the time go with the other because when you push them rev 80 won't hold as well.
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