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I ski mostly at Big Sky. 67 yo, 165 lb. ski everywhere but not aggressive. My everyday ski this year is a LX92. Looking for a true powder ski. Several local options are a rev 105, a cham hm 107' a Dakota 108 and a similar width K2, can't remember the name. Others are also available. What do you suggest for my dedicated powder ski on a big mountain?
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I ski mostly at Big Sky. 67 yo, 165 lb. ski everywhere but not aggressive. My everyday ski this year is a LX92. Looking for a true powder ski. Several local options are a rev 105, a cham hm 107' a Dakota 108 and a similar width K2, can't remember the name. Others are also available. What do you suggest for my dedicated powder ski on a big mountain?

Love Big sky.   I went with Armada JJ  185 and really like in the trees, powder and it performs well on the get back to the lift groomers also. I am 72 sort of aggressive sometimes but wouldn't ski the big chute off of Lone Peak.  There are so many good skis now it is prob ably a demo till you find the right one for you and then when you find the right ski try different lengths of that ski.

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If you're looking for a legitimate big mountain powder ski, you're probably going to want to start looking in the 110-120 waist range. 

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