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Hello all, I was hoping to find some help with purchasing a second set of skis to complaiment the K2 Extremes (PE's) that I currently own. The Extreme's (85 at the waist) work very well for me for a standard day of skiing. I love them on groomers, in bumps, and even occasionally in the park. However, I would like to have another option for those deeper days. I'll probably use the Extremes if there is up to a foot of fresh, but for more than that I'd like something else. I was thinking along the lines of the Volkl Gotama's (new, not old) or Rosignol S7's. However, I am completely open to suggestions. Any input would be great. Thanks!
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It depends on how wide you want to go.  The S7's are good, so are Atomic Snoops.
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Yeah, I guess that's sort of the question. I think I want to go wider than the Snoops, but I'm not very experienced with powder skis so I don't really know. 
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Are you from the East????
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Are you from the East????
Good question!!!
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Good question!!!

 

 ya.... cause if he is the Goats would be  fine...if he lives out west I would go with somthing even bigger for powder days
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 ya.... cause if he is the Goats would be  fine...if he lives out west I would go with somthing even bigger for powder days
 
Yep, cause the Goats are great for all the hardpack days between storms, just like GS skis only wider.
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Are you from the East????

Good question. I probably should have included that information at the start. I currently live in the midwest, but I am fortunate enough to travel out west a fair ammount. However, there is a decent chance that I will be moving out west sometime in the near future.
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Good question. I probably should have included that information at the start. I currently live in the midwest, but I am fortunate enough to travel out west a fair ammount. However, there is a decent chance that I will be moving out west sometime in the near future.
 

   Then in IMO go with the Volkls
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Yep, cause the Goats are great for all the hardpack days between storms, just like GS skis only wider.

 

  Yup sure are
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