The Jeronimos are a solid, versatile ski that can rip through the park on the warm days, yet are fat enough to surf over some fresh snow if you need them too. ON3P's famous durability is shown once again in the bulletproof construction of these skis. After nearly 50 days of an east coast park rat's rail riding, my skis boasted no more than 2 tiny edge cracks, although they do show a good amount of chipping (which is mostly a cosmetic issue).
The early rise gives the otherwise rigid composure a nice counter, allowing you to butter and press while maintaining stability. Full of pop and light as Japanese powder, the Jeronimo allows you to ollie and jib your way down the hill with lots of control over your speeds. Factor in the elliptical sidecut and you've got a carving, tranny-finding machine. The skis are prone to some chatter at high speeds, however.
Choose the Jeronimo if you're looking for a fat park or all mountain ski or an east coast one ski quiver that can handle a few days of deep powder per year. The hefty price tag will make up for itself when your skis endure more than just a single season of park abuse.