Wondering if the benefits of women specifc skis are mostly based on relatively lower flex pattern? Or are the approaches like forward mounting point (but of course you could do this w/ any ski), different flex pattern, heel lift (you can get this from a women's specific boot), etc. a significant help. IOTW, for a 5'11" built woman would one be significantly better off with a women's specific ski (perhpas stepping up in the line to get a stronger flex) or would a unisex model be better/ok?
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11/26/05 at 5:58am