Yeah, they're most certainly not stiff skis, but it seems like everyone who rides them either thinks they're awesome immediately, or says they need some getting used to (understandably) and then later thinks they're awesome. I'm pretty sold on the concept. Line never seems to stop making impressive innovations for this sport, it's great.
... Obviously, you should enroll in a remedial English course if you "don't know what that means". I bet you scored an 800 on the Verbal portion of your SAT. Aced the reading comprehension too. Also, dude, don't try to respond with a sarcastic remark to this post, K?
NS has become the official gathering of the world's dumbest people.
actually they're super light for their size. i put one of my elizabeths mounted with p12 jib on the scale and compared it with one of my '05 1260's (164cm) with s810ti. the elizabeth weighed less than a quarter pound more, and that's WITH a heavier binding. 1260's are pretty much the lightest ski you can buy and the elizabeths were real close to that weight, so put that in your thinking cap when you're looking at getting liza's.
my level of radness... it just can't... be quantified.