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 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead

I am looking for some advice about which skis to get. I'm 6ft, 12st (75kg) and have done 20+ weeks on the slopes. I havent really done much in the way of freestyle, but I'm going away soon for the rest of the season and want to improve this aspect of my skiing, whilst also skiing pistes, off-piste and the powder. Therefore I'm looking for a versatile ski that can cope with pretty much anything I throw at it.

From looking around I've seen the Scott Punisher, Salomon Czar and on the cheaper side Dynastar Trouble and K2 Silencer. Ideally I want to spend around £300, although I realise new pairs of the first 2 will not be in that budget (with bindings), so dont mind going 2nd hand/ebay.

So what do people recommend?

Thanks Alan
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