The Rocker 100 remains unchanged other then the change of blue. The Rocker 100 is positioned in the range to be just as happy in the park as out in the powder. Looking at the ski they have a very similar profile to the ON3P Jmo or Kartels, skis I am a big fan. The flex is mid soft in the tip and tail but the ski does firm up underfoot which should help the skis carve well.
I headed up and instantly found that the skis did indeed carve very well, you do have to be a little more upright then on some skis with less rocker but they were very stable at speed through the mixed conditions. The rocker profile allowed the skis to release easily and even with the very sharp edges the skis pivoted very easily, something I really like on the larger skis in the Rocker series. The rocker profile also helps to give the skis a very playful feel, the actual flex is on the stiffer side for a park ski but the rocker really helps keep the tip and tail playful.
Buttering was very easy and there was still plenty of pop in the skis. I would certainly suggest you ski this ski slightly longer then you would a conventional park ski to help maintain the stability with the rocker.
The skis felt pretty light and were easy to move around in the air. I could certainly see these being a great all mnt park ski, and riders like Jarred Martin are using these exclusively as their park ski.
If you like the idea of a wider park ski with rocker definitely check these out.