This was the first ski I got on at the Stratton demo, and the best park ski I tried out of the day. This ski is amazing, I may even like them a bit more than my HG Stingers. This was the first pair of Icelantic's I've ever been on, and I may end up with a pair.
The Da'nollie is a mid wide, soft, symmetric jib ski. It was a blast to be on in the park, on the groomers, and in the soft snow. This is definitely a jib ski over a jump / pipe ski. It's very soft so it won't be great for big landings. But for hitting rails, jumping over anything, and buttering around this ski is perfect. It carved effortlessly on groomers and exploded out of turns. It was a bit hairy skiing switch at speed but turning was easy. They even floated fairly well due to the rocker.
They are poppy but damp; they absorb bumps rather than transferring that energy to your legs.
Pros: playful, easy to turn, damp, floats well for a symmetric park ski, durable, US made, fun, graffics
Negs: too soft for big jumps, a little sketchy switch at speed (unless perfect conditions) size was short for a 180, expensive