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Overall, I would recommend this to any skiier looking to go on any terrain.
I am more of an All-Mountain skier. I was suprised when I found out it handled easily park, crud, groomers, and even pretty deep power. One problem I have found is that the top sheet can get cuts and scrapes easily.
I love the graphics on the topsheet, but I didn't like how on the bottom in says: Coreupt.com. I think the dimensions are perfect for all the mountain has to throw at you.
I thought it was a steal. I bought mine for $230 on levelninesports.com with Coreupt\Look bindings for $130. They have done what they say they do and I like them.
I am roughly 5' 4" and I bought it in size 161. I think I should have gotten 171 because it is such an easy ski to ski on, and it is just to short for me.
Over the many rocks, cliffs, rails, boxes, etc. they have held up fairly well. My only concern is the topsheet. Like I said before it is sensitive and halfway through my ski season it is pretty banged up, but it hasn't effected the ski's performance on the mountain.