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a stiff, heavy ski that rips the whole mountain well. I ski the vancouver local coastal mountains a lot so this ski works well for that. its good in the trees, rips pow ok, and can be managed in the park. I was able to cab 10 this ski, and cab 450 onto rails with it, so it handles the park ok. I also hit a 30 foot cornice into 20cm of pow in whistler and stomped it decently on this ski. BUT I have atomic thugs which are huge compared to this and handle freeriding waaaay better, and I had scratch FS before this, which handled the park better. So, I'd say the Public Enemy is good at everything, but not amazing at anything
This product preform well in and out of the park. it is an all mountain ripper ski, but still quite narrow (85 under foot). It holds an edge well, and runs the pipe quite nicely. It does everything well, but nothing really well.
I like the aesthetic design. It is not too flashy, but not too simple. It is quite heavy. Nice shape though.
I paid 300$ on getboards. Definitely a good value for the product. Hopefully it will last me one season.
this ski is quite stiff. Its nose is quite hard to nollie. I made the mistake of mountin 1cm back of core center, so the nose is a little long. With this added length and stiffness, it makes the ski quite hard to butter and nollie. Better for ripping runs then buttering jibs. the tail is quite stiff, but I'm still able to ollie fairly well. It still is not a jib specific ski though.
I have put about 3 weeks into the ski. I have railed it a bit, and the edges are already cracking. This is a bit concerning, but hopefully they won't fall out fast. The sidewalls have also cracked and chipped quite a bit. This ski is not holding up as well as the scratch FS did for me, but it is still early and the construction looks burly so hopefully I can get a season out of it.
great all mountain ski that can even be used in the park and powder but needs new topsheet material.
great performance. they are grat on groomers and have been good in powder but they are only 85mm underfoot. In the park I love them they are pretty light for spins and really poppy. I have used them on steep highspeed straight lines but I am pretty light so if you do more of that or are a heavier person look else where.
the specs say 118-85-109 but when I measured them they were actually 120-87-110. mabey it's my caliper but not like it really matters. good contruction other than the topsheet.it gouges really easily and leave burrs. I have to shave them down with a razor everytime I go. The graphic is also very cool. my bases are rversed to the onse in the picture though with white base and red diecuts.
I got mine for 100 dollars but if you find them on sale and are looking for a true all mountain ski including the park definatly buy these.
stiff for park unless you are strong. I weigh 140 and can sit up on the tips and butter but for some they may be too stiff for park.
edges bases and sidewalls have held up great for the 63 days I have on them this season but topsheet durability sucks.