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LIne Supernatural 100 for big skier?

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I have been skiing for two seasons. level 6. 6'7" and 230 to 240 pounds. I took 3 trips to Colorado last winter and love A Basin. Two trips to CO planned for this winter. I am looking at getting either mantras in 191 or the SN 100 in 187 as a travel ski for the west. My regular ski for Midwest is the √Član 88xti in 188 which I love on our hard and flat snow. Anyway, am I just too heavy for the supernatural? Thanks.
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I think the Supernatural would be Bonafide wink.gif.
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so, no other input? . I am also looking at the 191 mantra. Spending most of my time at Keystone, a Basin, and Loveland. Getting more daring. Looking to try Pali this season maybe. I am not a charger. More cautious. I like to smear to control speed. I love skiing the bowls. I have the supernatural 100 at half price at REI and a good deal on the 2015 mantra. Any help?
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If you already have an 88mm underfoot ski I would look for a wider ski for your second ski. A 98 mm ski has too much overlap with an 88 mm ski, IMO.

 

I bought the Line Supernatural 108 in 186 cm Based on the reviews I read it is beefier than the Supernatural 100 and that would definitely be helpful for someone your size.

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