Sweet sassy molassy, these things are neat. I have coveted a pair for a long time as seemingly the ultimate “big” ski for big days. While I’ve only been on my 177’s for two days I’ve skied a wide variety of conditions including upside down, warm, wind affected new snow; outstanding surfy graupel; wind board; and sun crusted powder. They make the difficult snow easier to ski and they plane up to go fast or slash turns on good snow. I’m finding the turning radius a little shorter than I anticipated, but they ...
Thanks for the quick reply, Chris. I am mounting my Movements at -2 as the recommended point is definitely pretty forward. I had settled on the Movements before I visited the shop to pick up some skis but I have had some second thoughts about those K2's, they seems like a solid, mid-weight all-aroud ski and they would probably ski more like I expect a ski to perform at the reccomended line than a lot of others out there these days.
Hey Chris F, where'd you mount yours? I've moved a lot of mounts back over the last few years, seeking a tip that floats and a ski with enough tip in front of me to use it.
I truly appreciate your diplomatic patronage. Please know that while I may appear to be yet another imperious Wasatch mouth breather, on the inside I am deeply tormented--primarily by ski boot fit and performance issues.
"Thanks" for the "beta!"
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