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NewschoolersHaven't skied them yet, but they are the next ski I'll be on for Roofbox Reviews. That probably won't drop until fall but if you can't wait until then, I should be able to give you some solid info in a couple of months. - Twig
**This post was edited on Apr 23rd 2018 at 9:47:36am
chicknfriedsteakI can't wait, I've been searching the internet for decent reviews on the current prodigy line and just found they same bullshit. Nobody else does actual freestyle reviews of park skis like you. However I went ahead and ordered last years prodigy 2.0s I just hope they are as much fun as my CT 3.0s
LukeTheWaffleI also demoed the prodigy 2s, super fun ski. At my mountain faction had a demo day so I tried alot of them. I couldn't take them into the park, because they didn't want me to scratch them, but for powder they're super floaty and responsive. I did some side hits tho, and could do all my jump tricks easily, and butters we're awesome on it. Still, they can't carve for shit. As a ski racer, I know how to carve a ski pretty decently. Those will just slip every other turn or something.
chicknfriedsteakhmm that's disappointing, but I can carve alright on my 3.0s which have no camber so maybe the 2mm will still be better? how poppy were they? I'm assuming not very? And final question what does their weight feel like?
chicknfriedsteakThoughts? How do you likem?
roharaDo you mean the 2018 ones as in this season which were the same ski as the Soma from previous seasons?
Or do you mean the ones for next season that are getting redesigned
chicknfriedsteak17/18 season ones with the red black and white graphic