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I'm an expert skier and have always skied all-mountain and powder skis, but am looking to spend more time in the park this year and I want to get the right equipment.
> Would a symmetrically-shaped ski (i.e. equal tip and tail width, same shape forwards as backwards) make it noticeably easier to ski switch? Would a ski like this perform worse for regular forward skiing, such as carving groomers, bumps, etc?
> Any advice on mounting the ski? Should I go true center? Would it make a big difference for riding switch and spinning in the air? Would true center make the ski awkward for normal skiing outside the park, i.e. bumps and groomers?