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Although the 102 is not the smallest in the range, there is also a 92, it was the smallest of the skis I tried. I have become a big fan of the 100ish underfoot twin tip ski, as they often give a great option for an all round ski which can be used just as happily in the powder as the park.
Like the other skis in the Shreditor range the 102 has a fairly soft flex which gave a very playful feel. They do feel like a bigger park ski so if you are worried about losing the feel of a park ski when moving to a wider ski these are a good option.
I was skiing with a friend of mine who although a very good skier is in no way a park skier. I was skiing the Pettitor and he was on the 102 and after seeing me do a tail press on the Pettitor he was inspired to give it a try. Although it was one of his first try's he nailed it in no small part thanks to the skis. These skis can help anyone get a more playful style.
They handled the deep snow well but I was finding I was having to lean back slightly more then the wider skis in the range. On the more cut up snow they were easy to maneuver but did get thrown around a little bit. They carved really well on the harder snow lower down and I felt confident riding the skis fast on the Lower Dave Murry Downhill. They don't hold an edge as well as some stiffer skis so again I would not pick this ski if you like to charge around everywhere but if you prefer to throw butters and spins on any feature you should check these skis out.