These skis are good for your money. But if you have a larger budget I would go with something else. Soft, with decent pop, and are pretty heavy. Don't be planning on having these for a long time though.
The Afterbang is an Okay ski. It was a little heavy for me, and felt dead after a little bit, not giving me much pop. It was fun to play around on with how soft it was though.
I think the graphics look steezy, especially the newer ones.
This ski has a good price point, and if you don't have much money for skis these could be an option for you.
These felt true to size to me but, some people go down a size.
Very flexy, It was easy to butter on to rails, and to mess around on.
My afterbangs did not hold up well. I skied on them for one season and the ski is about to fall apart on the tip.
Great, worth it if you are hitting as many rails as I was this winter, and not too well for jumps, but can handle 30 footers easily.
I hit a lot of rails this season, and skied around 4 times a week from late November to now (early April, when my resort closed.), and also went urbaning 3 times They are fine now, a lot of topsheet chips, but not too much base problems. Just a few dents on the base. The bindings are still in there good, and they are skiable next season, but probably will break next season, as they are in just OK shape now, but that was after going hard on rails and skiing as much as I did. This is my first twintip to last me for more than one season. So that says something
I loved the design, it is the perfect width and length, and was enjoyable urbaning and just a fun ski
I got them for around 200 I believe. I got the new purple ones, not the ones in the picture. So for lasting the whole time they did, I feel they were worth it and then some.
I got a 177 and I am 5' 10'' ish and this fit perfect. Measures smaller than my brothers anthems, and my old k2 skis, though
The flex of the ski started out pretty stiff, but losened out by the middle of the season. If you like a medium, but more towards less flexy ski, this is perfect
Wrote pretty much my 2 cents in the performance section