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I need a review on the Fat-ypus G-butter
Please give me a review on G-butter!
my friend has a pair, they're super bomb proof
i loved mine, super playful ski that was just fun all-round, until i broke one of them hah. totally my fault that it happened though.
im selling a pair if you are interested. they are super tough, very poppy light and playful. awesome for jumps.
Bump. Need to know more about the durability.
They are the best park ski I have ever been on. I love them!
I always had trouble with skis breaking on me whether it be the top sheet or the edges ripping out. I have put about 200 days on my G-butters in the park. They have stood the test of time. I'm going into my third season with the skis being unharmed. Its an extremely durable ski so your not going to have to worry about them breaking on you.
Another thing I really love about the ski is how playful they are. As the name entails, the G-butters are pretty soft through the tip and the tail so that they are really playful on smaller things such as rollers. What is scary about a playful ski though is that they may get too noodley on the big boy jumps. Yet, with the g-butters they remain playful, while also holding it together when you need them to. I have buttered around on jibs and rollers and then headed to freeway, Breck's big jump line, to throw down on some bigger jumps. The skis hold it together and are very trustworthy on the larger features.
I don't see too many people on G-butters and I wish that would change because it is an awesome ski!
i wish they were longer than a 178
its the exact same size as an armada 181. Ive held them up to my friends 181 and there is litterly no difference.
I've been riding on the g-butter going on 4 seasons now. Its incredibly playful, the pop is amazing. Its the lightest ski I've ever skied. Its very smooth to land switch even off really big jumps. Its incredibly stable landing and carving and taking off big jumps. The ski is overall fun. I'd say its a medium to a stiff ski. Real fun to butter with but by no means soft. If your looking for a noodle this is not the ski for you. I've taken mine in pow and outside of the park and they charge. Its not a pow ski and shouldn't be used for one, but if you forget your fat sticks or just wanna cruise the park and go exploring on the mountain after its a ski that can do that. Its a fun ski and everyone should look into trying a friends pair out and possibly purchasing one.
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