great park ski to start out freeskiing on - tons of flex, can still charge hard, very forgiving, and great for spring laps. own one pair just as a fun ski, but was also one of my first park skis.Ratings:
I had this ski for 2 and a half seasons (2 winters and 1 summer camp). It was a great ski, which I was using when I learned my first backflips, 360s, 540s, 720s, switch 5s and so on. They were great in pow, for buttering, and ripping all around the mountain, but the edge hold on icy days wasn't too great. It can do almost anything from pow to twenty foot cliffs, to high speeds on the groomers. Overall, It's a great ski, and I would recommend it for lighter skiers looking for a park ski without a lot of compromised performance on the rest of the mountain.Ratings:
Not the best ski but good for beginner.Ratings:
I guess they are pretty good. I just started park. They are good skis for people who r are just starting. I'd give them a 6/10Ratings:
Well....not the best skis in the world but for someone looking to get started in the park with a low budget these are decent skis.
They are lines cheapest park ski which speaks to their performance. They are pretty light skis which is a benefit but due to this you never really feel in control.
If you are charging lines they can get pretty chattery and there was one instance when I actually went to slow myself before a roof transfer, lost edge and went into the roof. They are light and have an okay amount of pop but really for an expert in the park these are a no go. They simply don't hold up to technical tricks.
The graphics this year.....didn't really stand out. Just the plain green wasn't really up to par with the creativity we usually get out of line. My personal favorite graphics for this ski where the 2013 model.
You can butter decently with this ski as long as you have the skill to do so. These should not be taken through powder they can not get through it. Not at all.
So basically this is a great ski for a low budget beginner who is looking to get into the park, but for anyone looking to get more technical and go bigger this is probably not the ski for you. But it's your choice.
Hope this review helped. Thanks!
These skis are great for the beginning park skierRatings: