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Very light ski, great in the park and great on the groomers. The biggest size is 160cm though so it is good for younger skiers who ski park but still like the whole mountain. The mojo one is essentially the same ski but bigger.
This ski worked excellent for me. I ski about 75% park and the rest out on typical east coast groomers. Park: Very light, very low swing weight. These things spin like a top. Decent pop. All Mountain: Also amazing. They carve just as well as my old racing type skis.
The topsheet is kind of interesting on this ski. It's called snakeskin topsheet and it has little diamonds engraved all over the topsheet, kinda cool. I also like how one ski is green with a dude in black on on ski, and the other is black with a green dude on it. This ski has aircoat technology, which makes it etremely light.
I paid about 500 for these at my local shop with mojo two bindings. I was so anxious to get into the season and get skis right away i bought them early. I probably could've got them cheaper later on, but i have never regretted buying them.
The fit was perfect for me. I got them in 160cm and they are about at my forehead.
on a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 being complete noodle and 10 being a 2by4 this ski is about 5ish.
The durability with this ski is average. The topsheet is actually quite strong, no chips or anything. The base has no major damage after a season of use, just a few scratches.