Justo8484Sorry, profahoben has no idea what he's talking about. The two skis are not comparable at all, aside from the fact that they're both park skis with an 85mm waist. The disorderly is a medium flex true twin. Not super heavy, but not super light either. It's relatively stable on big jumps, but not as buttery or playful for small jibby kinda stuff; definitely not just an older version of the domain. The press on the other hand, is super soft in the tip, with a soft/medium tail. It's not a true twin, and in my opinion, somewhat sketchy on big jumps that necessitate a lot of speed. On the other hand, it's a super fun jib ski, really easy to butter, etc. I've owned both, and they're both fun, but definitely different skis.
You have no idea what you are talking about. Both the domain and disorderly are full symmetrical twins. They are both on the softer side of things(I would put the disorderly at a mid-soft.) Also they are not both 85mm underfoot. The domain is 90mm.
I stand by my statement that the domain is just an updated disorderly. It is indeed slightly softer, but not the amount you are making it to be.
The domain is slightly softer than the disorderly.(feels softer when riding due to the rocker) And it has updated widths of 5mm at the waist, and 6mm at the tip. They both have medium turn radiuses. The domain has the twin tech sidewall, instead of the full ABS that the disorderly has. obviously the domain has the full jib rocker, and the disorderly is full camber.
K2 took the disorderly and made it more jibby because they already had other skis for the mid-stiff jump ski. There was too much overlap so they altered it in a few minor ways that changed it into a slightly more jib oriented ski. And the changes made were all rather minor, excluding the rocker change.
I proofread none of this. and was probably rambling for most of it.
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