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K2 Shredditor 92

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Does anyone have experience with this ski? I want a playful all mountain ski at a narrower waist width for the predicted el nino, to be used 60% all mountain; 40% park.  I plan to ski in mostly firm snow conditions and do not plan to hit any rails.

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I have no experience with that ski, but I can heartily recommend the Nordica Soul Rider, 97mm.  For the past three years I've been to demos at Big Sky, that included Nordica, Atomic, Salomon and this past year Blizzard.  Every time I couldn't get what I wanted I would just hop on some Soul Riders.  I'm finally adding them to my quiver this season.  They are fun, they are quick, they hold an edge and they will handle bumps, powder and hard pack.  They are also twin tips.  I just wish they still had the evil clown graphics.  Where are you in Montana?

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I live in Kalispell. I am looking for a ski that has decent edge grip, agile in the bumps, and stable enough to hit jumps in the park. I have no direct experience with the Shredditor. I may try several skis, but the skis that I am focusing in on are the Shredditor 92, Volkl Kink, and Line Chronic. I am not concerned with soft snow performance. This is going to be a hard pack ski.

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I live in Kalispell. I am looking for a ski that has decent edge grip, agile in the bumps, and stable enough to hit jumps in the park. I have no direct experience with the Shredditor. I may try several skis, but the skis that I am focusing in on are the Shredditor 92, Volkl Kink, and Line Chronic. I am not concerned with soft snow performance. This is going to be a hard pack ski.

The skis are in reverse order for hard snow performance and in the right order for playfulness. So, with that said, could the Kink be the best balance/compromise? Maybe but all three of these skis are really fun and not a bad choice between the three of them. 

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Thanks for your input. If I can get my hands on the kink I'm going to demo it early in the season. My local shop did not stock that ski last season. They do have the K2's and Line in inventory. Have you skied the Chronic? I haven't heard a bad word about it.

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