Last years are around 430, idk about this years though
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Da nollies are legit, crazy durable, really light and poppy but also with a softer flex, so they are very buttery, yet not noodles. They are 88 underfoot so they will be manageable in off piste and crud but they wont perform like a pow ski, however they will shred groomed terrain. Da nollies have very little swing weight which makes them very fun all over the mountain. Overall great ski
"Skiing isn't about who can look the best on camera and throw the biggest tricks, skiing's about getting out there with your friends and having fun."
The Filthy Rich has a decreased swing weight compared to its predecessor, the Blue Steele. We went with an elliptical rocker/tip shape instead of two separate curves, and by removing some of that curve, we were able to reduce the flat length of the ski while still achieving a 181cm tip to tip length. Less material out on the tips = better swing weight.
Cant speak for anything else... not actually sure if anyone out there has ever skied both of these skis and could answer the questions you have. If they have, do speak up!