Come on kid, if your going to put up a review of a ski at least do it with a little bit of knowledge towards the product. To say things like "They were so bulky, and had bad flex," really tells us nothing at all.
First off, what type and size skier are you? are you a 120 pound pip-squeak that can barely flex a ski? or are you 300 pound crack-dees loving fool who overflexs anything you hop on. Next, tell us what size ski you demoed, was it a 138 scratch pro or a 181 scratch fs? there is a huge difference in construction and build on these 2 models, and depending on your size and aggressiveness can ski very different. A 300 pound skier on a 138 scratch pro is not going have the best experience with the product, and so goes for a 120 pound skier on a 181 Fs.
Now that we have that info, tell us why they were bulky? Did they feel heavy spinning onto/off rails? did they feel sluggish under your feet, or are you just a small whippersnapper who is to weak to throw them over your shoulder and carry them to the lift? Also, remember that all demos have demo bindings on them, and are considerably heavier then the retail counterparts.
Bad flex? how so? To soft for big hits? to stiff to butter? Was it to much ski to get into a turn, or where you sending it deep every time you leaned them over? explain yourself a little better.
Don't get me wrong, I love feedback from all the jibbers of the world, but post up information that we can use, not only for others on the site, but to further develop the scratch lineup.
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