I really enjoyed these skis, they have traditional camber so there's really nothing too fancy about the profile but they're very responsive and fun to ski. They held up relatively well on chopped up snow but they did get a little shakey on chopped up snow at higher speeds. They're 118-88-118 so they won't do so well in any kind of deep snow, but they're just fine in up to about 3" of fresh. They were light and the swing weight was low so spinning and stomping airs was easy. Overall, these were great park skis and I would recommend them to anyone looking to have some fun in the park or skiing urban.
The graphics are designed each year by PARR who designs the topsheets for all of the Icelantic's skis. They're the coolest graphics out there and it doesn't get much better than the grasshopper themed park ski.
I am 6' and 185 lbs and I have the 170s, and I was happy with that size, but I could have gone to the 180s for a little more stability.
The DaNollie's are relatively soft in the tip and tail which makes it great for butters and playing around in the park, but they are stable enough underfoot to take on bigger jumps.
Very durable, they took a lot of abuse on all kinds of rails and urban features and stood up to the test. Topsheets chipped over time like any skis but the bases and edges held up well.