Overall, great great ski. I've so happy with where i chose to mount them, and im looking forward to skiing them for the rest of the season.
The Blowers seemed amazing for me. I'm using these coming from my 04/05 Scartch BC's in 176. I'm 6'1 and 155, so the Scratch's have been hell for me. I have them mounted at the "AIR" position with PX12 Jib TI'. The mounting spot seems perfect, I'm still able to spin on them pretty easily, feels quite similar to my Scratch's. Oh, and these skis land switch in powder like noones buisness.
They feel great. As far as looks, there isnt really anything there, whatever though, graphics arn't a big thing for me.
I was lucky enough to get them for only 500 bucks canadian. I say them retailing at like, $899 though. That's alot of money.
For a super fat ski, they seem on the softer side which is good for a lighter guy like me. (155 pounds)I'm comparing the flex to last years ANT's, which is silly cause those things are like 2 bi 4's.But they feel so good in straight-lining/charging through crud, yet soft enough to have fun on when the snow isnt deep.
I've only been able to ski 5 days on them(thanks MCL), but they appear to be holding up perfectly. A few chunks out of the topsheet, but hey, that's expected.
great ski for anywhere, rippin throught the pow, hittin urban, riding the park, or just a ski to ride on all day. my choice for a ski this year. you can't go wrong with nordica
great for park and pipe flex good not too soft tho
nice design not to skinny to ride the soft stuff but not too fat for park also a good ski if u wanna go riding
they're in the 400-500 dollar range good for a new ski luckily they're a super sick company and i ride for them now and luckily i get these great skis for free but get them deffinately a steak if you find them for a good deal
when they first came out a few flaws...but they've been modified and are great now