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Skiing the surface outsiders in the park is super fun on slushy days. Definitely not a daily park ski though due to their terrible performance on jumps (tiny amount of edge contact + 112 underfoot = DUH) but the odysseys are both thinner and have less rocker. To lazy to look but im not sure if the odyssey has more edge contact or if it has the same just with a smaller degree of three stage rocker I believe the three stage rocker on the outsider is 8 degrees and the odyssey if 4, don't quote me on that though. At first glance, the odyssey seems to improve on the issues that outsider has as an everyday park ski.
I've skied the 183cm(108) almost everyday this year and they are a super agile ski. They will go anywhere you put them and do things you didn't think were possible, like sideslip at like 40mph. I wouldn't call it a playful but it's like a multi tool "jack of all trades, master of non".
They feel like a very cheaply made ski. My top sheets are are chipped almost all the way around and I had 2 screws on my bindings rip out shop fixed them up and no problems since.
They are a 300 dollar ski, dont expect to much from them and they wont let you down.
**This post was edited on Apr 5th 2019 at 11:31:54pm