Yep, 2011 versions of both.
The Fujas' feel like complete noodles when hand flexing them but they charged surprisingly well on the icy groomers I skied. I rode about 30cm of fresh with them and they handled that really well, you'll have heaps of fun with them on a pow day. Didn't ride any park really, but I imagine they'll be OK for it. I dunno how they'd go on rails. Personally I'd never use them for that (I'd take the anthems instead) partly because I'd wanna keep the bases/edges intact and partly because I like a more nimble ski for jibs. They're fairly wide (so fairly heavy) so don't expect too much in the park.
Very playful skis and they hold an edge amazingly well. Butters are effortless too.
The blends are very similar, but for some reason I just didn't like them nearly as much. They just felt dead compared to the fujas'. Still a great ski that'll handle anything you throw at it, but not as dynamic as the fujas'. They felt a little stiffer than the fujas' but didn't seem any more capable on groomers.
Both are good skis and you'll have a ball whatever you get. Some people prefer the blends, most prefer the fujas from what I've been told. Fujas' are marginally cheaper too.
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