Bought my ltc's from crazy spring sale and I had wanted to get these skis trough the season. Totally worth their prize. I have now skied on them 1 and a quarter season so far, none other problems than laminate ripping a bit off from tails, tips and couple of another places, but that is totally fixable. Not for icy or hard conditions as they are pretty soft skis, but traditional camber helps. Camber also gives them a nice pop and I've done huge ollies and nollies with these sticks. It also helps them handle hard speeds, makes them not so wubble and better for the jumps. It's wider than most of the park skis so it's more stable at landings and in spring conditions it floats nicely. I believe that nose butters would be easy to do with these skis, but I can't really do them :P The best park skis I have ever ridden.
i gave them a 9 because they do exactly what they're made for, they're made to be a rail ski and they're great on rails, their only downfall is big jumps and they aren't designed to be a ski that is for bigger jumps so i think they're a top of the line beginner ski, if that makes sense
This ski performed really well for me this season, i started hitting larger jumps towards the end of the season (40-50ft) i feel like if you land a little back seat, they flex out , you can control it but it's annoying. That being said they perform really well on rails, they're really fun and they're really fun ski to ride around the park. Like line promotes, they're a really great skis for the east coast and very fun.
I love the graphics on the ski, all the pictures from a bunch of episodes. The actual shape of the ski is really good too. the wider waste is really good for the little bit of powder and crud that we get on the east coast, because of the wider waist you can ride the ski all over the mtn.
I feel like it should be a little cheaper, my local shop jacked up the prices so its hard to say.
i'm lucky enough for my weight and height to have a perfect size to fit it. I enjoyed them
the flex was very smooth and predictable, while the butter zones do give a good hinge point for butters, its still very smooth. They're also very soft (5/10) stiffness
ive been riding this ski for 3 months about 3 days a week and they have just now broken, but are still completely ride-able, so pretty good durability
I'm really impressed with the quality of this ski. I love riding it and it looks really good on the mountain. I would definitely recommend these skis and I would definitely purchase them again.
I am currently using this ski and it is performing very well. They are a bit heavy but not too heavy. It's super sick on rails but it also is really good for jumps. I love how buttery and playful this ski is. You can really notice the butter zones when your hitting rails or just fooling around on the mountain. It's a symmetrical ski and it feels really good to ski on. I would recommend this ski to anyone looking for a good ski that's fun to ski on.
The graphics on this ski are sick. All of the LTC guys doing various things and some random stuff around the ski makes them look beautiful. The yellow is bright and vibrant and you get a ton of compliments on these skis. I really like the design of this ski.
They aren't a cheap ski but you really get your moneys worth with this ski. It's a nice durable ski that performs well and I would recommend it to anyone.
I am about 5'6 and I ride the 171's and they are perfect. They are a bit wider than other skis but I really enjoy that about them.
Pretty soft. They can butter pretty well but also aren't overly soft. It's a good combination.
I've only used it for a few weeks so far but so far it's holding up extremely well. I've been riding them pretty hard and I haven't even noticed a chip or a scratch. The sidewalls are really durable and the bases are nice and thick. The edges are holding really well also. It's a really durable ski.