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Hero Elite Plus vs Hero Elite ST

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead

Eastern skier looking to get new skis. 65 kg, 167cm, advanced.

Mostly ski on piste and ungroomed terrain (bumps and trees). Not much powder in our resorts on the east coast...

I currently use beginner skis.. but demoed the Hero Elite Plus Ti last year and was blown away.

I'd like to have a versatile ski that I could use under most conditions. I hesitate between the Hero Elite Plus (160cm) and the ST (162cm).

Would the Elite Plus's wider underfoot make it better under different snow conditions (bumps, trees, wet snow, etc) ?
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