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Recommend a pair of ski's to a college student?

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I'm looking for ski's in the intermediate range; I've gone skiing only a couple times but I pick it up extremely fast, and I'm planning on skiing quite a bit if possible this upcoming season. I'm at school in Utah and I'll most likely be getting a season pass to Park City and Canyons, so I'll mostly be skiing on trails and light powder and I definitely want to play in the park and on the jumps and rails (However I want to be able to try powder if I can, but I most likely won't be doing that as often and it's less important to me). I'm 6'0 and 190 lbs, and I'm looking at spending under $350 for the ski's and bindings, and I'm completely fine with buying used gear.

Could someone please recommend ski's that I should get?
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I think your wiating for Phil to find this thread.

He'll be able to take care of you. You can find him at http://starthaus.com/contact

or look around the threads here for him. aka Philpug
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Not sure why he needs Phil? Basically he's looking for groomer skis that will be good for park for a guy his size and age who hasn't been skiing long. He's fine with new skis, which he'll have to be at that price point, unless he hits some blems. Not clear whether he owns decent boots. I feel like maybe no.

OP, do you have boots? That's your first purchase.
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Check the Rossignol Smash 7, they retail for about $280, great value and price.

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