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just started riding these fine ass babes this week and i have to say these skis are without a doubt the sickest skis i've ever ridden. they kill it on literally everything. they are the most versatile skis on the market IMO. i was previously on some Armada JJs which i loved to death and while they were my primary pair i didn't think a ski could get any better... boy was i wrong. the jeffery 114 is an insane amount more stable at high speed and the elliptical sidecut grips groomers like nothing else. they especially surprised me in the nimbleness of the ski. i can ski tight trees in any condition with unbelievable quickness and control for a ski as wide as the jeff. they float much better than the jjs and almost as well as the magic j (but i'm a light guy only 5'10" 155lbs) the pow is where they really shine, i cannot begin to describe how much they skis kill it in the pow. so much control and so much floatation for a ski with such a medium waist. that being said they are not "skiing pow every day of your life" type of ski. they are built as a "slay an any condition" ski and they do just that. anything you throw at them they will conquer with ease. not to mention they are super burly and follow along with ON3P's reputation for bomber skis. they are actually considerably stiffer than other twintip pow skis that i've ridden and i love it. i cannot stress how sick these skis are enough without writing a multi page essay
strengths: everything except a park ski (sure you could ride them in the park but i would not recommend it)
Weaknesses:only thing i can think of is they are a little on the heavy side not anything wild though. i have learned to actually love it as it provides mor control- so basically nothing
if you are in any way on the fence about the Jeff 114, buy them. if you want to buy them, buy them. if you dont want to get them, buy them.
they were worth every cent