Ok so I was thinking about buying like an allmountain- pow- touring- everything else but park-ski, and I can get faction prodigy 3.0s for a really good price... BUT I have heard that the new 3.0s are quite stiff compared to the older prodigys and im a one small ass dude and I usually prefer a softer ski. So i was wondering if someone with experience could tell how they flex and ride in different snow condition and stuf slike that.
I've been skiing them all season and have loved them up at the bird for all mountain jibbing. They are pretty much just as fun as my Candide 2.0's but more stable at speeds and don't squirrel around and flex out when riding out in variable bumps. Nosebutters are a little harder though as the ski doesn't want to flex out as much as some others. They also want to make wider turns than the candide's but are still quick edge to edge
I got a pair and theyre awesome. Noticeably stiffer than the previous versions, but that translates to more stability on the hill. If you are using them everywhere except the park, you dont need a soft ski it will hurt more than help