I am not a mathematician. However. Given the variables of ski brand, model, length, tune; skier size, conditioning, skill, skiing style, expectations; boot brand, fit, mount; mountain, terrain, weather, surface conditions. It would seem that the possible permutations and combinations would be almost astronomical. The conclusion would seem to be that the "best ski" is whatever feels best to you on a given day. And the corollary would be to buy the ski that feels the best to you after trying a bunch of different skis on the slopes you like the best and ski the most during the conditions you most commonly experience. Or am I missing something?
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11/19/05 at 9:09pm