Salomon Stance 90
Based on 29 reviews
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- Great for intermediate skiers
- Metal in the top sheet
- Requires a good pair of boots
- Not for beginners
- Good all-mountain ski
Recommendations for a Carving-Biased All Mountain Ski
Something more forgiving around 90mm I'd suggest the Salomon Stance 90. The Dynastar M-Pro 90 could also work. The new K2 Mindbender 89 Ti is supposed to be more forgiving and lighter than years past, so that might work too, though it's a more all-mountain shape than a carving shape. JSkis Fastforward could also work, it's on the heavier side but pretty easy to ski from what I've heard.
1 year ago
Pretty much strictly on-piste for the time being but as I progress in a few years wouldn't mind venturing off mountain (though may just end up getting a new pair of skis when that time comes). I was checking out the Salomon Stance 90s when I was at the bootfitter and liked the look of them, as well as its specs, but I'm still learning and understanding all that's out there.
2 years ago
Intermediate Skiier, 6’3 250lbs, looking to buy a new all-mountain ski. Thinking 184-186 length, 88-92 Waist. Some options below, any thoughts / advice?
They are touring skis and won’t hold up as well when used exclusively inbounds. From your list the my top 2 choices would be the Salomon stance 90 or the black crows serpo. I wish the blade optic 92 had the same construction as the 96.
6 months ago
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