OK so I am revamping my quiver for the upcoming season.
Stats: East Coast, Can ski OK, 5'5" with boots on, 155 lbs.
1 or 2 trips out west each year
Fischer Cool Heat (my main go to skis)
Dynastar Troublemaker Limited
K2 Apache Chief
I might sell off the Dynastars to help fund the new skis. The K2s rarely if ever come out in the East and are a tad short for out west but function OK for me (tested in bottomless). I could replace them but they have demo bindings and I can consider them backups or for my wife or others to use occasionally. So they will be my backup/extra fatties.
I want to add either Scott P4s or Fischer Watea 94. I really like the appeal of having a wider ski in the P4 but am wondering if the Watea 94 might be more versitile for mostly east w/ some west. But the Scott is $70 cheaper so that is a factor as well. It would be nice to have a fatter ski that I can still use here in the east too.
What do you think? Opinions?