When I was shopping for skis I noticed that Dynastar's ad copy mentioned the very thin tip tail profile of the Huge Trouble as a selling point. I didn't understand why. Today I overheard a shop employee claim that the thin profile of some Elan allowed the ski to handle crud better; something about it slicing through crud and getting tossed around less.... I still don't get it. Why would the thickness of the profile matter in crud, or in any conditions? Thanks.
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1/30/10 at 9:51pm