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I think this season has really shown me the value of trying to ski narrower skis in more conditions. Let me preface this with I love my Kenjas on nearly everything that isn't solid ice - BUT I went back to my Volkl Flair SC E more often this year (2023 Southern Hemisphere season), and then bought a shorter pair of the same thing as my mother decided she wants the Flairs full-time in her quiver and I am moving overseas, which somewhat ruins the shared quiver we had going.

I think the combination of narrower ski / forced groomer days / lessons and more time on snow has definitely helped progression this season, and I plan to spend most of 2024 on the Racetiger unless I go destination skiing where there is actual powder, or go even narrower for a "proper" race ski.


Ski Diva Extraordinaire
LOL I was standing a few feet away from Deb and Tracy when this video was filmed and frankly Deb asked us the question earlier. I think we'll see more on this topic
FWIW Tracy is the highest level woman at any major company in the industry and she deserves it. She is incredible.

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