Get this ski before its too late, take it on the hill, and have fun. End of story
This ski is almost completly park specific, its great on rail and great for popping off jumps. On rails it offers a lot of leeway when you're landing spins off, the flex lets you butter the last 45 degrees without making it look bad. On jumps its great for trying fun tricks and is sooo dope when you're buttering off knolls or nollying onto boxes. Overall a really lively ski.
In my opinion one of the dopest designs yet. The design is kind of like a merge between last years Silencers and last years Fujatives. My favorite part of this skis design is the base. They've decided to stick with the seethrough base and added some bad ass black and white lines and stuff to make it look even niftier. This ski looks fucking boss.
Its well known that the Fujative is one of the most affordable skis out there. The only cheaper buy is maybe the Line invaders. I got mine for 250 from a pro deal with my local ski shop. Im kinda bummed out that they are replacing this ski with Seth's new Kung Fujas but I ges at the same time Im exited to see what that ski will be like.
Im 6' 1'' and this ski is at a comfortable height. Im not gonna lie but I sorta wish this ski came in a 183 type length but that may just be me. Im currently on the 179 and im satisfied.
This skis flex is what makes it so fun, butter, press, do whatever you want because the ski give you soo much back when you put just a little weight into it. It has a similar flex to the invader, super soft yet still fun. It also allows for easy takeoff when doing a misty or corking a spin. Only down side is that you can feel some chatter at high speed.
Because of its cap construction, the Fujative doesnt really have any topsheet chips, Ive had mine for a season now and everythings looking good. Also with the signature K2 rivets in the nose and tail, im not realy worried about any delam problems.