I've heard that it's a sick ski for park but still holds its own on the rest of the mountain, so definitely a solid choice for Windells or whatever. That said, I'd recommend checking out some smaller companies' skis (Liberty, Icelantic, etc.). They're dope, usually perform extremely well due to the quality control that comes out of a small operation, and nobody will ever give you shit for being a trendwhore.
Cross country skiing is great if you live in a small country....
They are very buttery and playful in the tips, but a stiffer tail for huge jumps. and hold up very well on rails. excellent durability but if you want a bit more buttery ski id say thall because it has the milled out butter zones.
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AR6's I believe are a real good ski. As everyone above mentioned they are fairly soft in the tips, and medium in the tails. I never had any problems after a seasons use, and then two winters on urbans. I never lost any edge, the top sheets chip a bit but it really doesn't matter. If they indeed have stiffened the AR7, I will for sure be looking to purchase it.
I bought this year's after riding Volkl Walls for a while and I noticed that the AR6s feel a lot more lively. Their flex is very versatile for park skiing... Tthey hold up just as well as the Walls on jumps but feel more playful (and lighter) on rails. I mounted them true center and, although they're not true twins, they still ride switch as well as my true twin Walls did.