Currently my favorite ski, I miss doing nollies off knolls with these before they got stolen. I would buy these again in a heartbeat if they made them with a sintered base, honestly sometimes I think I might cave and just get them again anyway. These skis are buttery soft, but never chatter or feel unstable. Since there's no camber or very little they excel at rails, since you can surface swap, 50, shuffle, etc. all so easily. The one thing I also didn't like was that landing too deep with these could sometimes be rough cause they were a softer ski, but it was never a big deal. Solid ski.
Super soft, really fun ski with an awesome design. Rocker makes it very flowy and buttery.
On jumps I think they are too soft though, backseat landings are no fun, but maybe thatÂ´s just me being bad...
Not a super light ski but not heavy either!
And yeah, IÂ´m 6.4 and weigh 175.
I just love it. There's no doubt that this ski can be you all-round ski with all the benefits it can have in the park. (I use it just for park though but I know it has the potential to shred all over the mountain if you really want to)
Very good performance yes. It seems at first that the skis are heavy, but once you get to jump and jib around, it's as if the shape slices the air, so absolutely no resistance, no unbalanced weight, the whole ski performs precisely.For rails, well I have to say that skis in general arn't specially good on rail, every ski is actually good, either you know how to slide or you don't.
What I like is that the tips are flex as I mentioned earlier so when you grab the tips, you can actually pull them towards you to tweak.
90mm makes this ski very all-round-oriented-park-ski. Which means that you can ski in some light powder with no struggle really. Landings are tricky in powder though.
The design is awsome.
Great price, bought on discount so yes, very happy.
Since this is park ski, take you size or don't take. SO yes, having this ski at my size is perfect.
The tips of the skis a very flex, especially with this new version of the ski which has a light rocker on the nose & tail. At high speed, the tips tend to flicker slightly but it's okay. In the park the rocker proves to be useful for nose butters, no edge catching, landings are easier with rockers, it definitely prevents from catching edge.
Well, they are pretty solid, even the topsheet seems to be hard to tear apart.Note that I am quite agressive.