Recently purchased a set of Blizzard Bones.
For the past 6 years I have skied Monsters, when I purchased the Monsters I didn't have a clue what I wanted in a ski. I grew up skiing on the hills of Ontario, Canada until I moved out west to work and play in the Canadian Rockies. I found my Monsters a pretty okay ski overall. I don't really have a whole lot to compare them as they were really the first ski I've ever owned. I liked the ski for the most part but I found they took a lot of effort to turn in the trees, I don't think they were a very energetic ski (at least not very poppy).They just felt kind of heavy and 1 dimensional and I used them in all the conditions you can find out west. I ski at resorts only and I do a cat skiing trip maybe once a year if I'm lucky but i just rent powder skis for that. I like to ski trees, bumps, big terrain like chutes into open bowls, and just kind of play with any kind of cool terrain feature I can find. Oh and sometime I ski with my wife (I am pushing skiing on her), shes taking to it bit by bit! Anyways I've already purchased the Bones hoping a made a pretty good choice for my new everyday out west kicking horse, sunshine, marmot basin ski although I can still bring my monsters out every once in awhile if need be. Was my assessment of my Monsters accurate? What are the differences I'm going to see in the Bones? I really didn't want to get the same ski as my Monsters but I'm afraid maybe thats what I did?
Checking the Weather Chasing the Powder.