The Pep Fujas pro model tops the list of America's Most Wanted skis. This ski is considered armed and dangerous; do not try to apprehend a pair without seeking advice from the proper authorities. There are no restrictions as to what this ski can and cannot do with it's conventional flex pattern that allows tip and tail presses, butter, and even more ollie power than a traditional flex profile. An 85mm waist and 12.0 sidecut amke this ski criminal, and at this price the ski should be banned if not outlawed. Break free from the constraints and conformity with the Fujative.
that right there is convincing me to buy them
Are you feelin me? I'm on a killin spree.
There's nothing to lose when noone knows your name.
i had these on order, then switched to scratch FSes. it sketches me out pretty bad that a) I haven't really seen anyone in a movie seg riding these things and b) they're so fuckin cheap.
I'm not saying they're no good, or that I would really know. I had no demo days to ride them. But, after I switched, I felt a lot more comfortable. Besides Andy Marhre and a few other people in small videos on here, what big name skiers have you seen riding these things? The few guys I know that have relationships with K2 say they would never ride such a soft ski and use the PEs.
(I have never ridden the Juvies, so I have no idea how they are from personal experience. That's just the vibe I get.)
^^You didn't buy them because you haven't seen anyone riding them. Wow. Pep was injured this season so there isn't much footage of him riding them circulating around, I'm sure there is some from the summer. Andy Mahre, Mark Abma, Chris Benchetler, Alex Balsen, watch X and you'll see there are plenty of riders using them.
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