mantoastI rode this years at the beginning of the season sold them 2 months in. Would of sold them a week in if I had other skis. They have 0 flex underfoot and they don't get "soft" until the tips. Heavy, Edges sucked, durability was eh alright. But I hated them swing weight was atrocious too. Personally I rode a few other brands and I chose revision's talisman much softer but still stable although they're cambered. Almost identical dimensions too and half the price. Talisman 176 132-96-122 Rossi slat 176 122-97-112. Hope that helps some
Don't listen to this. I've ridden them before and I really liked them. Really poppy edge to edge and felt really confidence inspiring. They could have been a little more stable, but that's not an issue for me. Really, if you think the swing weight is "atrocious" you must be pretty weak haha. For me, the swing weight was nothing to brag about, but was just normal (which is totally fine). And they were playful, definitely a medium-soft flex... Soft enough to get up on the tips, but not so soft to the point where they just give out and have no support, which is perfect imo. Weight was on the heavier side (still nothing I would cry about, it was fine) Don't let one person who never gives them a chance ruin your whole view on a ski. If you think they sound fun and/or want a super playful park ski that absolutely slays all conditions, go for it. I wouldn't hesitate to pick up a pair if the opportunity ever presented itself.