LewisbabooisThis past season i have been riding blends, the funnest ski i have ever ridden no doubt. Where im from our park setup sucks ass, i mean they literally do not setup jumps in order to not pay the liability insurance. So as you can guess the only real way to go big is natural features. Theres a lot of dudes that send it big, most of them are mobbin fatypuss mack 5's or some kind of liberty powder skis in order to not fuckin die when they land a big drop (My mountain isn't very steep). In your guys opinion would the magnum opus be a good choice for someone mainly focused on natural terrain while at the same time dealing with days that just simply consist of shitty park groomer runs? Because they are so light it leads me to believe they might as well be brittle, hopefully don't chip as easily as the blends? let me know sorry this is a big ass paragraph
I own the magnum opus and I can say they are the funniest ski I've ever owned in my life. I rode them more this season then any other ski I own. They handle everything quite well. I was blown away everyday I rode them as to what they can do. I hit everything from big cliffs to 60' park jumps. The only thing I would say that's kinda a downside if there is one, they are alittle squirrelly on the ice but other then that I love the ski and am planning on getting a second pair. I've also had no problems with them chipping or anything like that. By far the funniest ski Eric pollard has designed.