The BDog is all new for 2017 and looks kind of like a narrower EDollo. The new ski is rated as super soft on Armada's flex scale but as with BDog skis, Alpha 2s and Halos that have gone before it isn't really all that noodly, I'd describe it as a fairly medium flex. They have a similar tip rocker to the EDollo with a little tail rocker and the sample pair had a LOT of camber underfoot making them very reactive.
I only skied them at a ski test for a few runs but they held an edge well, were pretty poppy and generally skied well. In fact, compared to other 'price point' park models I've tried, like the Infamous or Line Honey Badger, they ski all mountain very well. They aren't as inherently buttery as other skis in the category but wasn't a problem to butter if you know what you're doing. I wasn't blown away by them in any area per say, but they seemed like a really good do it all park ski, well put together, for a good price.