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Most easygoing Cheater Skis or alternatives

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Twenty years ago I skied on a Rossignol 9S. Now, older and ten years post injury I’ve started skiing again. I’ve only skied eight gentle days in the last ten years but have finally been given the all clear to ski the ginormous local fridge three times a week.

I have a pair of Blizzard Black Pearl 88s which I love on the mountain but I’m on a foam core Dynastar Intense 10 (I asked for something cheap and easy) in the fridge. I tried a pair of old Volkl SL skis for one run on a mountain a few weeks ago, loved them but was exhausted and could barely drive them by the end of the run (still rehab training post injury). I definitely do feel I want a bit more stiffness in the tail than the Dynastars though and they’re starting to chatter a bit at speed.

So am wondering whether to get the Intense 12 (or similar) or a cheater SL/RC ski? Am just doing drills and the occasional biweekly slalom in the dome.

Has anyone tested any cheater skis recently and can advise which were the easiest going (for lazy injured people) or alternatively any small radius Womens’s piste skis?

Thanks Eh oh!
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Dynastar Cham 87, very easy ski. Bloody useless if you push em hard or fast but they won't give you a hard time all day on the piste and will save you if you stray off it or in a spring afternoon when it gets slushy.

Idris Lynx - same as above but can be pushed harded without noodling out (they are only stiff in torsion), but pricy compare to Dynastar
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@Snowmonki, If you are skiing slalom indoors then you could look at junior slalom skis in the longest lengths, I'm guessing you are female from the other skis you mention, they are a fair bit cheaper than adult skis.
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I see a lot of women on the head rebels I-SLR. Although I can’t vouch for them personally as I’m on atomic; a friend of mine loves them. These head skis have a very tight radius and are fun for the dome. There’s another model head e-original which looks potentially softer with similar specs.
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@Snowmonki, for inside the fridge or on a mountain?

Inside a fridge I would think you really want a race-ish sidecut and width - and you certainly won't need a powder ski.

I think @rjs is probably 1. well placed to advise and 2. makes a good call.

In the real world however, then it's a different ball game.
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