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The skis ride awesome, but the durability issues outweigh how they ride. If Amplid decides to make their skis not built like trash, I'd definitely pick up another pair of Antidogmas.
These skis rode great. They're light, poppy, and are super stable on jumps and rails. The softness in the tips and tails made them great to do butters and nollies, and the stiffness underfoot made them hold up great on jumps. One of the most fun skis I've been on to date.
The graphics on Antidogmas have always been my favorite. Simplistic and clean.
I needed skis, so I picked these up used for $100.00.
The price was great for how they rode, but they completely fell apart after a season of riding them.
I am 6' 2" and the 178 was fine for me, but I would have preferred around a 182, but that would be impossible, because they only make Antidogmas in 166, 172, and 178.
On a scale of one to ten, ten being the flex of Anthems (noodles), I'd rate these a 7. These have a great flex. They are pretty stiff underfoot, and get soft in the tips and tails. The flex, in my opinion, is awesome, and made for a super fun ski to ride.
Awful. I would not say that I ride hard, and edges started coming out all over the place. At them moment, I'm missing about 5 feet of edge from both skis and the base is tearing apart.