The ON3P Jeronimo is their mid-wide park/all-mountain quiver of one ski. Stiff enough to handle some of the toughest terrain you can throw at it, while soft enough to play around on in the park. Super thick, durable edges will put up with whatever abuse you throw at them (whether that be rails or rocks), while the thick, sintered base keeps you going fast while protecting the core of the ski from damage. The 2013 model was widened and given the elliptical side introduced with the Filthy Rich. This makes it a really fun ski to ski on no matter where you are. Designed to play around in pow in the morning and in the park after lunch, this ski really can do it all.
I bought these during ON3P's pre-sale, and decided to get myslef the wood veneer top sheet as well. This topsheet has an unmatched style and is always complimented by racers and snowboarders alike.
My original intention for these skis was as my go-to everyday mountain ski (being from Edmonton I don't get to ride mountains as often as I'd like) and they worked perfectly for this. The Skis are a little on the stiff side, which makes them incredibly stable at high speeds, through crud, groomers, or powder. The Jeronimo's are super poppy which keeps them from feeling dead underneath your feet. They hold up really well in fresh snow, although on days with over 20cm fresh I would rather be on something a little wider. I personally prefer a more narrow park ski; however, these ride really well on rails and are super stable on big jumps.
I've ridden these skis for two seasons now, and they've hit their fair share of abuse from rocks and rails. I've never seen a ski that is more durable. They have no damage to the bases at all, even after landing an 8 foot cliff on a rock. The edges are still perfect even though I've taken them through the park almost everyday I've been on them. The only damage comes from the wood veneer topsheets chipping around the sides, but that is expected of any ski.