Borrowed a pair from a friend at loon the other day. Only got one top run in on them but it was more than enough.
Skis are light as fuck. Seriously never been on a pair of skis or even seen a pair that light, especially for the dimensions (125-96-125) it was nutty as all hell. THat said, they were stable when I was going about 50 in heavy slush and variable conditions. Super solid performance ski.
Topsheet was in good condition, and edges were also in ok condition for a hard season on them (he said over 90 days of a lot of rails), and if you have ever been to loon, the rails there are a skiers worst enemy. I broke 1 pair of skis there last year and I have a ton of spots from one day of riding there this year where the edge is shoved into the base of the ski and I barely hit any rails that day. The edges next year have been upgraded though. The tip had a bit of edge pull out, but not too bad, and they fixed that problem for next year's as well. Bases seem very fast and decently durable, but they were definitely beat up. the flex is super smooth and feels great. Full camber soft skis always have the best flex. They were, for me, crazy soft (but still unbeleivably stable), but I was told thats around average flex. I am used to very stiff skis So I won't be much help with flex profile.
Overall, he said he would probably buy them again, or buy the skis that I was riding and let him use.
I think the graphics looked sick as fuck too
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
Britney Spears was born to do shitty things-Kyle Murray/Senditproductions