I would buy these skis again, but I don't think you can get them anymore. I give them a nine because they could do better on ice, but you might sacrifice some performance in the powder if they did, and they're made for powder.
Awesome in bottomless powder. They are wide enough (140/118/138) to have great float and the combination of zero camber underfoot and a 40/30 rocker (tip and tail) design keeps them from sinking but doesn't push the snow. They are almost symmetrical so riding them switch in pow is a breeze. The tails have the same rocker as the tips so they float perfectly in switch. They float just the right amount to let you get down into it a little or pop out of the powder when you want, just shift your weight a little. The gentle rocker is just right. On hard packed groomers they still do OK so long as you keep the edges in good shape. I have only slid out on them once and it was on a steep icy slope where I was trying to make GS turns. On anything other than ice I can make GS turns. They perform AWESOME in late season slush. I love skiing them in the trees because they turn so well in powder, especially when center mounted.
I have Look PX18s on them, which are pretty heavy, but the skis themselves are not very heavy. They are constructed from bamboo.
Boone offered this same ski with different graphics, and I chose these because they were my favorite. The bases are red and look sick IMO.
They cost me $450, which is pretty decent for a powder ski.
They are 185cm long and I think it's just right for me (6'1" 185). I have them center mounted.
Good for a powder ski. Flexible enough to be fun but still enough to charge.
Boone gets a lot of hate for their skis falling apart, but when I read about people's experiences I see that they usually have the park or all mtn ski. I don't know if there is a construction difference between those skis and this ski or if I just got lucky with my pair, but they've held up as well or better than I would expect them to. I also know a few other people with this ski and they don't have any problems. There are some nicks in the top sheet, and I put a core shot in the base last week when I bulls-eyed a rock which was easily fixed by a base weld.