The Atomic Infamous is Jossi Well's pro model, and actually packs quite a bit of style and performance into Atomic's price point park ski. While many other park skis being made are not symmetrical, the infamous stays true to its purpose as a true twin. The Infamous does have partial sidewall underfoot that actually allows it to hold an edge if you feel like venturing out of the park and to some groomers. If you like to get buttery in the park then this is not the ski for you, as it is not a super playful park ski by any means. It is however, pretty poppy and is fun for small to medium features in the park. If you are someone who sticks to larger kickers, then i would say go with the Punx because it is a little stiffer and more stable in landings. Unfortunately, this ski is not very durable and the tips tend to split apart. Dont expect to get more than a season out of them. The Infamous is what it is, a price point park ski that you can have fun on and not burn a hole in your wallet. This ski gets a 6/10.
I was really excited to grab a pair of these once I saw them on Evo for under 300 bucks. They looked sick and pro's like Jossi rode them so you know they got to be kickass. I was stoked on these for the first few days that I was on them. Super fun on both jumps and rails. The only complaint I have about these skis is with the durability. My topsheet started to delam pretty quickly, actually almost instantly considering it was my third day. On my fourth day on these the tail snapped. I was pissed. Atomic didn't warranty my skis. for either the delam nor the broken tail. If you're a bigger person looking for a pair of skis, do not get the infamous. Im sure smaller, daintier people would be fine on this ski, but this is not made for anyone over 5foot10.
The Infamous Skis are the ultimate park tool for all of those freestyle jibbers out there. Conceived by Atomic Pro skiers Jossi Wells and Nicky Keefer, the Infamous is 86mm underfoot which is right on the money when it comes to park skis. This ski isn't super stiff, but its definitely snappy, and there is new Park Rocker in the tips and tails which will make for a smooth ride off of jumps and landings. These are serious park skis (the tips and tails are riveted) but would be great to carve around the rest of the mountain.