its relatively wide making it a good everyday inbounds ski, but the flex is just a tad to stiff to be super fun in the park(unless your a bigger guy), this ski reminds me a lot of the volkl karma, a stiffer, all mountain weapon, I gave it a 7 because although its great on the groomed and in the crud, its to sluggish in the park and it isn't the all terrain "freestyle" weapon it is described to be... however, if you want a single ski quiver that can handle all conditions out of the park, and something that you can ski in the park every once in a blue moon, its a good option
I took the ski out on demo for a day, I noticed a few key things, KILLS it in the crud, absolutely plows through everything and holds an edge really well(mounted at suggested mark).. it also is very stable on landings as well as riding switch(even at suggested)... for an all mountain inbounds ski its amazing, park wise, its a tad sluggish and heavy for my preference in the park, perhaps if you were a bigger guy 170+ pounds then the flex and weight would be ideal, but for someone who skis like 75% all mountain, 25% park, and is a bigger guy, I wouldn't hesitate to go with this ski...
Nice design, solid sidecut to the ski, great graphic, nice strong sidewall construction, very simple
bit pricey for what you get if you pay retail...
Solid Flex, I wouldn't go as far as saying this thing is stiff, but it had a good solid flex(I am 145 pounds)... for a pure jib/park ski the flex is a bit much, and for an all mountain/pow ski its a bit soft, but for a do everything ski the flex was almost perfect if I was to only have one pair...
I demo'd it for one day, can't comment on durability