so im looking to to buy a new pair of twins but to be honest i have no idea what to get. im looking for a nice all mountain twin. not to stiff but not to soft. the trouble is i would like to spend 300 or below for the skis without bindings. if anyone would like to please give me some suggestions maybe even find a nice setup with bindings that would be very much appreciated. i pretty much ride all mountain. rails,booters,kickers,boxes, then you know typical riding so there has to be somewhat of a nice edge. so if you guys could leave some suggestions that would help me out alot because i am really bad when it comes to this part of skiing (like purchasing and looking for new skis). i dont ride juniors, i ride mens. what i have now is 162 atomic nomads. (nothing special just for teaching because i am also an instructor) but i feel as if that may be to big for me. i was thinking a little bit smaller than that for my twins?? what do you guys think
NEED HELP DECIDING ON AN ALL MOUNTAIN TWIN!!! PLEASE HELP
no where i teach is very small. its called thunder ridge but we call it thunder bump because it is basically a bump. i on the weekends and as often as i can i go to big mountains. so no i dont have access to pro forms nor can i get any good deals
thunder ridge? say hello to my friend eric schmidt, he's a patroller there.
as small as that bump is, you should see eric ski bumps........
my son just got masterminds.... moved over from troublemakers. he skis on a free-ride team in okemo, they came recommended.
i think they were 329.00
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You should actually be looking for something around 170ish as they will ski shorter and more like the length you are currently on. On ebay right now is a Fischer addict for something like 230 plus shipping. Good all mountain twin if mounted Pist instead of Park. Give them a look. Dave