Weight 145, height 6' skiing Bridger Bowl and Big Sky Mt
i wouldnt call them "buttery," the rocker lets you get out over the tips and the stiffer flex holds you there unless your going fast, then they give a really nice pop. I've had more trouble getting switch tail press, but im spoiled by the tail rocker on the Bentchelter. The rail game made me feel soo confident, 182 length and 95 underfoot on a pretty much park ski shape is awesome for stability, and they're light enough that its not an extra effort to whip around tricks. These skis are also exactly what i want in the air, jump game is proper. Performance of the ski on edge and in the park feels impeccable to me, but I also have limited experience with other new park skis. surprisingly long turning radius and a desire to rail through even bumps on edge are two things ive encountered. I would say my biggest struggle has been keeping confident that they will float on specific days. 5-6 inches is fine if the snow is light, but if its catchy heavy or inconsistant tip diving is common. Big mountain stability wise ive been ripping Bridger doing a lot of things that no one else with park skis is doing, and its definitely not quite the same as having a more directional charging ski. That being said overall the all mountain performance is as good as it gets the bases are super fast which is awesome.. last the construction seems pretty bomber mine have 50+ days
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