Im looking into buying the "average" black and white joystick skis cuz they are on sale. theres not to much info about them on the site so i was wondering if anybody knows how they are? the weight? or anything else that could be useful.
Pretty sure surface manufactures all the skis for joystick. So construction wise take a look at some surface reviews. Specification wise I think it is it's own ski, so there isn't a corresponding surface model to get a hard set of reviews from; but from what I've seen and read in gear talk, the general consensus seems to really like the skis Joystick puts out. I've never personally owned surface or joystick though so take what I say with a grain of salt, but good luck with you search.
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You will have fun. I have a few small strips that have started to peel at the tips and tails of my pair after moderately hard riding in Connecticut (they've seen some shit), but nothing that will seriously affect their performance. Something that should be known is that the these are LIGHT. They are also very soft all over, and their flexibility in combination with the beefy sidewall/lack of weight makes them a great rail ski. They do suffer somewhat on jumps though, as the lack of stiffness results in a moderately less poppy ski, despite its sIight camber. The checkered design kicks serious ass IMO, and looks real clean with most purples. If they sound like what you're looking for I'd recommend you pick up a pair ASAP, as they're at a damn good price point at the moment.
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So they are really light! thats what i was hoping for. quite flexible? i know you guys have said they are a little more better for rails and not the best on bigger jumps (i dont really do spins on jumps bigger than 35ish ft so thats fine. Im just wondering how they spin, and mostly the swing weight and the overall WEIGHT. (175cm)