Ya i have them and would recommend them to anyone that skis park. They are light and the swing weight it unnoticeable. i have alos skied a good amount of trees and pow with them and they were great there too.
I love my ar7's so much. I Would recommend them to anybody, especially if you go big
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Sorry for semi thread jack, but what is the swing weight like compared to afterbangs? I have afterbangs right now and it's hard to get spins around for me and i want a stiffer ski. And maybe compare it to Atomic Punx since they have really low swing weight.
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Yep. Good guess at my height Mark. Yeah AR7 are great. I love them. They are durable extremely poppy pretty stiff but okay at butter and the edges are so sick. IMO the graphics are sick too. Great park ski that is nice and fast for all mtn as well.
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^well they are not ideal for doing presses but it is possible if you are heavy or have very strong legs, and just because a pro can do something on a ski is no reason to buy it, if you want a more rail oriented ski go with the t halls