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What ski should I choose?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead

I've never bought a pair og skis before... So im pretty new to this.

I'm good on the piste, and uses at least half of my time on any color piste. But I also want a ski, which is decent or better in the off-piste.
So im guessing an All mountain wide ski.

A friend, who knows my style, told me that I should buy the Salomon Twenty Twelve ski, and they would be great for my use. That ski is just nowhere to be found, because its so old.

So do you have any suggestions for skis in mind that I should look in to? It would really be a great help Blush

I'm a woman and 173 cm
My pricerange is 200 € - 500€
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Hi@Classic, and welcome to the forum.

A ski to look at which is similar to the one suggested by your friend is the "Scott Scapper 90" with same intention, width underfoot 90mm, twin tip with rocker both ends. You'd not want it too long as that 90mm will support quite well in softer conditions, but doesn't take it too far from decent piste performance.

They are probably more available and some in reduced sales to help the price too.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
This will give you a good point of reference:

This is an American website, so there is a small bias towards wide skis, but Skitalk/Pugski has less bias than other American sites Happy
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