If you want a reasonably cheap ski that is extremely light and allows you to boost off anything. Than go for it! But if you want a ski that will last more than one season. This is not your ski.
Yes. It gave me an appropriate ski that allowed me to go as big as i wanted without washing out. And was quite well with rails.
I think this ski looks pretty dang dope. And it feels sick the way it rides. Its one of the lightest skis i have ever owned. If i ever try anybody elses skis. The first thing i notice is how much heavier they are. They are definitely one of the lightest skis out there.
They arent to expensive. But will only last about a season for a park skier that rides pretty often.
i got just the right size. it was short enough that I had enough ski to ride on. But not to long that it hindered my spins or style.
the flex on these skis is really stiff. They start out being a pretty hard ski to ride because of the stiffness, but once you break it in, the flex is just right (depending on your skiing style of course).
This is the biggest and main problem with these skis. They are not durable in the slightest. Mine are missing about 3 inches of edge. And about halfway through the season i knuckled a jump and the tip on one of them broke. It looks pretty flat now and the sidewall is falling off of the ski. They come with warranty, but no matter how many times i emailed and called Coreupt they would not answer or send back. They are a truly "coreupt" company. (Ha gotta add some humor!)