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I actually enjoy my fujis out of the park alot.
They floated pretty alright in powder when charging hard, but didn't float too well when I wanted to make some slower turns. Not slow slow but just not bombing down.
It's the batontwirlertwistshakebakecakeholehumperdinkkink rail.
fujitives are made for park, but they are a decently wide ski, and ski very well outside the park from what ive done, just make sure you have an adequate binding, cuz u bomb thru crud/powder the chatter and pop off and nut you...lol but i love them there a fun ski any where, if you can ski you'll beable to handle them all mtn
The thing about them is not that they WONT ski outside the park, just that there are a lot of skis that would be much better oustide the park. It's comparable to taking a Harley to the track. Sure it'll make it around, but a sport bike would be much better.
The PE is the Park/All mt. ski out of the k2 lineup.
I took mine out of the park a few times. They didn't perform as well as my PE's but they were fine going quick in powder, and were I found them quite good fun a couple of days later when the pow got heavy cos you can hop around any lumps and bumps easy. The only major prob i found was stopping from high speed on groomers, they're too soft and give too much.
For all mountain performance the Enemies are prob your best choice.