The fujis are some of the flexiest skis out there. Apperently, the Anthem has the same flex pattern as the Invader, and so I would suspect that the Fuji and Anthem would be similarily soft. The anthem is 90 at the waist, so that will be a factor. And as for durablility, we will just have to wait and see what Line turns out next year.
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anthems look sweet. but they ski like shit. they are too soft, too short, and they are symetrical. i've discussed this with someone else in a forum before... center mounted skis blow. get fujatives and mount them at the farthest arrow up. end of story.
fuck off. it's a fact that center mounted skis suck. they don't turn, and they have no stability. yeah, that would be great to have center mounted skis if he was going to be skiing "in straight lines towards jumps all day", but he isn't. get a clue.
iv rode all the line skis with the exception of two of the profits. i can say the anthems were amazing, i was super impressed with them in the park, they were light and were good on the groomers too. i wouldnt recomend them for pow by there shear size allthou i didnt take them any where near pow like stuff
skiing on the invaders is super fun for just park, that said more stability would have been nice so the anthems should be pretty sick, however line counstruction can be quite shitty. if i were you id go fugis or even better t-halls and wait untill k2 helps straigten out lines construction (if k2 even halps) and to go for a pair of anthems (or the equivalent ski) in a year or two.
Anthem is a park ski, so if ur lookin for a ski thats good on all mountain, dont get the anthem
and as reguards to how each look. Anthem looks pretty sweet with the hard rock 80s theme. Fujative looks terrible and confuzing with the picasso theme. if u were to pick up a pair of 05/06 fujatives then get them
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ew go in front of that arrow cuz the arrow is like "core" center or whatever, not true center. Whether our landing forwards or backwards having a nice long tail is always nice. Not too mention spinning on rails and stuff. The fuji is a park/jib ski so in my opinion you should mount them accordingly.
core center is stupid, as mark said. y? cuase at core center you actually have more tail than nose, and that makes a ski ride HORRIBLY. i have had the best results at 2 back from center. its not much, but it gives just a tad more nose, and depending on the skis sidecut and location of the waist. they will ski plenty fine, and be more than adiquate for all your park needs. and actually, anthems are a lil stiffer than invaders, cuase its the same core, just wider, which equals more wood, more stiffness. but even after all that, i dunno if i personally would get either. both are kinda pussy skis, and suck balls anywhere but in the park. shit, skis that soft arnt even good on big jumps. yeah, they are cheap, but if i were you, invest a bit more and get a real ski.
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umm are you sure? im pretty certain even at true center your tail and nose are equal and at core center you have more tail then nose... just remember that its from the center of your boot sole.. so it may appear there is more tail when really you are centered over the ski
worrrrdd. although fujatives are a little more versatile than the anthems, they are both pretty niche oriented. get something a little burlier like an ar6, an stl, a foil, a p.e., a chronic blend, etc... i could go on, but i think you get the idea. the stiffness provided by these skis will help you exponentially in your skiing ventures.