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I don't think many companies can come close to these, especially for the money you pay you're getting an excellent product !the skis are fairly stiff and more aimed towards bigger skiers who like to shred hard!
It has a crazy amount of pop which makes the ski very fun all over the mountain !
It's a ski for the skiers who are a bit bigger/heavier and or like to go fast, go big and stomp shit!
I love the topsheet, the ski is also a true twin so definitely centermount it and it'll ski switch as good as it goes regular !
i paid 99euro and it's one of my favorite skis so far, so yeah, it has pretty good value :)
In comparison to other skis coreupts run quite short due to the fairly big tip and tail, so if you're hesitating between 2 sizes, lets say 173 or 183, don't be afraid to go big and pick the 183, you will like it!
the ski has regular camber, and a lot of it, base to base it's almost bow-like, they have big tips and tails which gives the ski a pretty short running surface, my 183cm tj schillers have a shorter running t-surface than my 176cm movement joysticks ...
They're fairly stiff and with the massive amount of camber it gives the ski a lot of pop and makes it very stable at high speeds, in crud or on ice ....
so far fine!base, edges and topsheet hold up great after almost a season !
These skis are by far my favorite park ski I have ever ridden, nice stiff flex (butters still possible), VERY POPPY, extremely durable and just a fun great park ski to progress and mess around on. Before I got these skis I was only doing 360 off 5 foot jumps and doing small boxes and by the end of the season with these skis i was 720 off 40 ft jumps, backflipping and 270 on and off of kinked rails, these skis changed the way i ride, and they also helped me progress ALOT. I highly suggest you buy them.
These skis are probably the best park ski i have ever ridden, they are very light and there is a low swing weight on them so you can spin very fast, also they lock onto rails very well. The skis are basically bulletproof they still look almost brand new and I have rode park in them for probably 10 days. I tried them once in roughly boot deep POW and they were very hard to control so if you are riding them in park and pow i would suggest a different ski but if you are riding them just in park these are the ones to get
I personally think the topsheet looks super sick on the snow, it really stands out and the blue looks sharp. the skis feel great when you are riding them to, almost as if they are a part of you.
I got these skis when they were on sale so i only had to pay 200 bucks for them so i got a insane deal totally worth it. Even if the skis were 500 bucks they would still be worth the price.
I found the ski ran a little short on coreupts website they say it is roughly 173 whereas it fits more like a 170 ski. The tips and tails of this ski are very very upturned so that may be why it rides a bit short.
I found the flex very stiff undefoot and softer towards the tips, The ski is definitly a ski that you can easily butter on but it is still a stiffer ski that enables you to go off big booters without slipping out. This ski has a ton of camber and you can tell cause it is very very poppy,
These skis as I said above are extremely durable and bombproof.