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Women's all mountain back / versatile powder ski

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Currently working in Colorado as a ski instructor and have discovered my Line Tease (2014) are not really suited post-dump conditions. I am looking for a wider ski that will provide me with floatation so I can really start learning how to react in powder, but also has the versatility for moguls/bumps and coming down groomers at the end of the day. What width should I be looking for?

 

I have demoed K2 Fulluvit but noticed it was significantly heavier than my Lines. I like a playful ski but charges down when I need it to. What other skis should I be looking to demo?

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Head Big Joy, 110mm might be about as light as it gets. Nordica La NIna, 113mm is also pretty light. Both are excellent skis and we've sold a lot of these with no complaints.
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