super great choice i think. line is know for them superflexy , durable line up . the chronics are just the top of their line up. however your gonna have a little trouble on pow days but overall super fun playfull snappy jib ski
you will like them, the chronic is their stiffest, best skiing park ski, still flexy but with more snap than a TC or Mastermind. also, more stable all mountain and at 121-92-117, they might as well be an east coast pow ski
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I bought them last year. Expect them to be a little heavier than your average park ski but they hold up real well there was zero delam and they still look brand new. They are stiffer for a park ski. Id recommend them
My ski! I have them. They are excellent. I can butter the whole length of our 1/4 mile long park. I've only had them for two years (this year makes three) but laying down long butters and hitting many rails hasn't done anything to the ski. Well the edges have been changed but what ski doesn't need that
Chronics are sickk! but if you are still comparing, look at the 4frnt switchblade, its pretty similar to the chronic in that allmountain park ski range and i know alot of people prefer it because of its playfulness. deff somthing to consider
durability? I wouldn't apply the word "durable" to the chronic. sorry line, the chronic is hands down the best ski I have ever ridden performance wise, but is absolute crap in terms of durability. my ski has chipped down to the core in like 20 places and the edge is coming off the tip and tail. This is after about ~25 days of skiing east coast park. I've never destroyed a ski this fast. I've talked to several other chronic owners and the complaints are similar, sometimes worse.