I'd love to hear. Thanks.
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12/29/06 at 2:48pm
I ski mine in all situations. They do what you ask of them . Bumps take alot of body positioning and agility. I have all degress of success with them. Some skiis may very well ski better in bumps but I blame myself when my results are not what I prefer.
It's certainly not a bump specific ski but it is a good all- around ski and I heard Weems can get through the bumps pretty proficiently on his.
Don't blame the tool . The one using it makes it work or not. I'll be practicing bumps on mine in the morning in front of many critical eyes and hope to improve each day with a little help from my friends.
For a guy who wants an all-mountain ski, but loves doing bumps and narrow, steep trails through the trees, do ya'll recommend this ski?
I'm a pretty good, but not great, skier.