You can lay down trenches on them on groomers, never having to worry about boot-out. But they do like longer faster turns. Whipping out short carves on them is a bit more of an effort as it is a wider ski. They work fine in the park too if you mount them further up.
they handle better switch than my scratch fs's. and yes, if you are looking to get them, do it. i love them. i use them for ice, crud, slush, pow (of course), but not park. i could use em for park, but thats wat i have the scratches for.
like any fat ski, it depends where you mount them.
but they are dope
Heloo, my name is Shane Mckonkey. I was born in Vancouver Canada, thats aboot three hours north of, ah, seattle.
Right now were here in Bella Coola Canada, and ah, weve been shut in by the weather for like three weeks eh. We havn't shot fuck all. Ooh, Soory.
We've just been sittng around, eating pasta, and spending loonies and toonies on Kokanee and peelers.
But, as soon as this weather clears, im gunna pull on my toque, eat some canadian bacon, and ah, im keen to giver.
+5!!!! they are the most sold and fun ski I have ever had. They straight up rip turns, through crud, ice, chunky shit, cruddy chunky icy shit and of course pow. They take a little getting used to, but they are amazing.