I am, once again, facing up to the fact that at least 15 of my ski days this season will be on the coral reef, refrozen slush complete with carving ruts, frozen groomer tread tracks, and crust with welded-on death cookies.
Think spring conditions, except we can and do get spring conditions all season.
Therefore I need a damp technical ski, the damper the better.
If it is only as damp as last season's iSupershape Rally, I don't need it.
If it is only as damp as a 2012 Stockli Laser SC with a Piston plate - I don't need it.
If it is only as damp as a D2 GS - I don't need it.
If it is as damp as a Volant Super Karve with an EPBS plate on top - yes please!
If you recommend a plate I would prefer one that takes a Solly Driver type toepiece (with maybe a toe lift).
EDIT: Speed not a prime concern. Ski weight not a concern. Ski nominal radius not a concern.
Edited by cantunamunch - 8/29/15 at 10:38am