parkplaygroundThe Al Dente's really aren't poppy at all. I felt like they were very dead. Similar to K2's. Also, Halo 2's aren't poppy either and are fairly heavy and it feels like you are on some cardboard as far as snap and pop goes. The K2's are pretty fun and have more flex to them which I thought was too much, so I wouldn't consider those for hitting anything bigger than 40, but of course you can if you really want. THe These I have no information on, and the Kai Pro's are in a whole other category from the skis that I have ridden.
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have a decent amount of pop and they are incredibly snappy.
THe snap actually gives you some pop honestly. THese skis are not as soft as advertised either. They were meant to be capable of doubling 100 footers and they can definitely do just that. They do have rocker that really isn't noticeable for rails as much as it is for getting over slush. They also have the best edge hold I have ever seen of a park ski, excluding the Ace of Spades which they are about on par with for carving.
YOu can absolutely flex them, but you do have to put some effort in. They are definitely my favorite ski I have ever tried so far.
We don't need websites to plan our ski days, we just wake up in our car at the bottom of the mountain. -Ribss.
Put speakers throughout your house and blast Flocka 24/7. Ghosts are afraid of Flocka.-poopdickpalooza