The halos are a softer than the ar7 so less stable on big jumps( But they are not noodles by all means). They have a really short turning radius. They are also not the best all mountain ski. Dont forget they have some rocker too.
So if you want a more of a stiffer all mountain park ski get the ar7 but if you want more of a jibby ski get the halo.
This is coming from a owner of ar7's, ar6's and Alpha 2's.
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To anyone that has actually skied the Halo, what's it like compared to a regular camber park ski? Do they feel really soft like some people have said?
I have only skied rental twin tips and would like to actually get a pair of skis!