martyg

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The vast majority of my skis are Stockli Lazer series - some with Marker WC piston race plate. I love the way that they ski. My everyday work ski to teach on is a Lazer AX.

Looking for an in-bounds powder ski. Looking for something a bit more playful than Stockli Lazer's vibe. I've never had the opportunity to demo is suitable conditions. The Stormriders may be a bit more playful than the Lazer - but I don't know that. Mid 90's is about right for my skill level / body mass.

Thoughts? Thanks in advance.
 

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Between these two, The Kore is stiffer but also the light weight makes it a bit livelier and more playful. The SR95 is smoother and more refined along with feeling shorter in length and turn shape. I like both skis and would be happy to have both in a quiver.
 
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Between these two, The Kore is stiffer but also the light weight makes it a bit livelier and more playful. The SR95 is smoother and more refined along with feeling shorter in length and turn shape. I like both skis and would be happy to have both in a quiver.
Thanks. I guess that I am purchasing both ! :)
 
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